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Sheen offers a fresh glimpse of the erratic behavior that got him kicked off Two and a Half Men. Is this a bad sign for his new show, Anger Management?
The former Two and a Half Men star maintains that his tiger-blood-fueled wild ride has him left calmer, wiser, and more careful about his words
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After an embarrassing public unravelling marked by "tiger blood" and claims of "winning," Sheen claims to have mellowed out
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The addled actor will return to television this fall — for a night of insults and inevitable "tiger blood" jokes
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A host of funnymen — and women — are rumored to be in the running. Here's how commentators are rating their chances
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