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Charlie Sheen's Meltdown

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Charlie Sheen's expedient new comedy on FX is more about image management than anger management.

Charlie Sheen's Anger Management: Disappointingly old-school?

The lame jokes on Sheen's new sitcom sound like leftovers from Two and a Half Men, say critics — not what you'd expect from a trailblazing network like FX

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Instant Guide
Charlie Sheen has viciously trashed his former show "Two and a Half Men" and its new star Ashton Kutcher, calling Sheen's mental stability into question again.

Charlie Sheen vs. Ashton Kutcher: Another 'verbal rampage'

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?

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : The List
After a manic year, Charlie Sheen says he's chilled out, learned to focused, and regained control of his career.

'I'm not crazy anymore': 4 ways Charlie Sheen says he's changed

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

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Charlie Sheen may not be a star employee, but he's still a star, and FX is committing to up to 100 episodes of his new comedy "Anger Management."

Is FX crazy to pick up Charlie Sheen's new sitcom?

The cable network weds itself to the erratic sitcom star — agreeing to air as many as 100 episodes of Sheen's Anger Management

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Best Video
An apparently tiger-blood-free Charlie Sheen claims to have mellowed out since his very public unraveling this spring.

Charlie Sheen's Today show interview: Did he redeem himself?

After an embarrassing public unravelling marked by "tiger blood" and claims of "winning," Sheen claims to have mellowed out

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Rumor has it that a funeral held for Charlie Sheen's erstwhile character on "Two and a Half Men" will be disproportionately attended by ex-girlfriends.

Killing Charlie Sheen off Two and a Half Men: Good idea?

When the hit CBS sitcom returns in the fall, Sheen's character will reportedly be dead — ruling out a possible comeback for the unraveling actor

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Timeline
Charlie Sheen stands backstage at the People's Choice awards in 2009: The troubled actor is returning to TV after being kicked off "Two and a Half Men."

Charlie Sheen's wild ride: A timeline

Despite the disgraced actor's long history of unruly behavior, he will star in a new TV pilot based on Anger Management. How did we get here?

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Charlie Sheen will be meticulously ridiculed by comedians for two hours at a Comedy Central roast in September.

Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central roast: A 'winning' move?

The addled actor will return to television this fall — for a night of insults and inevitable "tiger blood" jokes

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Actor Ashton Kutcher in the romantic comedy "No Strings Attached": The 33-year-old actor will replace Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men."

Ashton Kutcher: A 'smart choice' to replace Charlie Sheen?

It's official. Ashton Kutcher — not Hugh Grant — will take over for the troubled tabloid fixture on the hit show Two and a Half Men

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Hugh Grant attends a party in London in June 2010: The British star was reportedly offered the job of replacing Charlie Sheen on the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men," but turned it down.

What if Hugh Grant had replaced Charlie Sheen?

The British charmer was reportedly close to signing a deal to replace the trainwreck du jour on Two and a Half Men — and Hollywood is tantalized by the news

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Wit
Charlie Sheen opened his Detroit show with a rambling faux-presidential address that quickly turned the sold-out audience against him.

Charlie Sheen bombs in Detroit: The best of the worst reviews

The troubled star may have turned things around Sunday in Chicago, but Sheen's inaugural show in the Motor City reveived a critical drubbing. Here, a sampling

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
If CBS execs try, as rumored, to woo him back, Charlie Sheen may swap his current gig as a tweeting warlock for his old job on "Two and a Half Men."

Should Charlie Sheen get his job back?

CBS executives are reportedly willing to let bygones be bygones and put the troubled star back on television. But is it foolish to play nice?

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Opinion Brief
Charlie Sheen cryptically announces "My violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" tour, which has already sold out in Detroit and Chicago.

Charlie Sheen live: What can fans expect?

The unraveling "rock star from Mars" embarks on a tour titled "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" — which promises... what exactly?

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : Wit
Charlie Sheen continues his live-stream rants, which begs the question: Why 74,000 people want to work for this guy?

The 74,000 people desperate to work for Charlie Sheen

The embattled star puts out a call for interns, and is promptly deluged with applicants. What could possibly motivate them to seek such a thankless job?

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : The List
Charlie Sheen replaced Michael J. Fox on "Spin City," but now it is Sheen's character on "Two and a Half Men" that needs a successor.

Replacing Charlie Sheen: 10 more shows that switched stars

CBS is looking for Sheen's successor on "Two and a Half Men." TV history proves that losing a star doesn't have to mean death for a show

Charlie Sheen's Meltdown : The List
Rob Lowe's bad-boy past could help him score Charlie Sheen's role in "Two and a Half Men," though a previous commitment to NBC's "Parks and Recreation" could be an impediment.

Who should replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men'?

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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