Charlie Sheen isn’t a fan of ‘Two and a Half Men’

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They say hindsight is 20/20, although I’m not sure how accurate that is when you’ve taken so many drugs through your eyeballs that you cry heroin tears. Anyway, now that Charlie Sheen has been off Two and a Half Men for a while and he can finally get some distance between himself and what is objectively a shitty show, Charlie has finally seen the light and realized that Two and a Half Men was actually always just a really shitty show, that his character was basically just him in terrible bowling shirts, and that he never wants to be associated with it ever again. TMZ reports:

Charlie tells TMZ … he’s delighted the company that fired him has sent him a cease and desist letter, warning him and his new production company not to use photos of himself from Two and a Half Men for his new show, Anger Management. Here’s what Charlie told us: “I”m thrilled. It insulates me from having to redundantly see myself in the idiotic bowling shirt. Perhaps if Warner Bros. spent as much time and energy focusing on THEIR show, it wouldn’t be such a steaming pile of ass.”

Mind you, I hate to take the side of a guy who shot one wife, held a knife to the throat of another, and then abused at least one prostitute that we know of, but you can’t argue with the truth: Two and a Half Men is a turd. Two and a Half Men is the kind of show you write when you want to tell America that when you were a baby, your mother used your fontanel as an ash tray. If you read the script of Two and a Half Men to 12-year-old sweatshop workers, they would tell you to lighten up a little.

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