Where are these girls’ parents?!
But why were they even there?!
Both weekends have the same lineup, and more importantly
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When Anger Management premieres on June 28, Charlie Sheen will have officially moved on from all of the Two and a Half Men dramz.
Before his new show airs, however, FX is running a 24-episode marathon of Sheen's old show and he's picking the line-up!
While completing the task of selecting his personal favorites, the controversial actor decided to reflect on his experience. Read what he had to say about nine seasons as the show's star … AFTER THE JUMP!
"I’ve said, it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. Being tasked with the opportunity of picking my favorite 24 episodes presented a scenario that was quite the opposite. As I culled through the mass of shows, eight-plus years, I was met with a theme of innocence.
I felt lighter, younger. I could still hear the jokes, and the stories we all told in place of rehearsals. I can still see nine-year-old Angus riding his Razor up and down the camera aisle; his self-appointed surrogate guardian Chuck Lorre watching with pride and also concern. I can hear the echoes of Jon’s genius, Conchata’s laugh, Holland’s leadership and Marin’s quiet grace. And the crew, the amazing crew.
These are the memories that I take from this epic time. Not necessarily the work, but the experiences, the friendships created instantly and over time. I hope viewers share a similar feeling or two and a lot of laughs when they tune in. Who cares how it ended; when it was good, it was great. We were in the middle of something big, the return of the sitcom. We were hungry and we were winning."
That was…surprisingly eloquent! We're impressed by his maturity and how far he's come since that
little gigantic melt down he had a while back.
Do U think America's television audiences will welcome Charlie Sheen back into their lives with open arms or has the country had enough of this guy?
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