Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer visited Conan O’Brien last night, and talked about his show, his Emmy, show-tunes… Hm, what else did he discuss? Oh, yeah — Charlie Sheen. Give bonus points to Conan for waiting at least 142 seconds before bringing up Cryer’s troubled co-star, but I don’t think Cryer has a future in public relations. Check out their exchange below. Be warned, sensitive souls: It starts with a car-wreck and turns into a tad of a pornographic trainwreck (which is now the new name of my imaginary heavy-metal band). READ FULL STORY
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Ricky Gervais says he will riff on Charlie Sheen during the Golden Globes monologue. Oh, you can do better than that.
On the Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday, Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais revealed his game plan for Sunday’s big show: attack the wounded. “I only go for the weak or the feeble. I’m not going to go for Russell Crowe or Mickey Rourke. Mickey Rooney, maybe! Betty White — I’m not scared of her,” the Brit told DeGeneres. Heads up, Charlie Sheen. (See the video below.) READ FULL STORY
Admit it: After seeing Due Date, you thought about Googling to see if “It’s Raining Two and a Half Men,“ the fansite Zach Galifianakis’ character, aspiring actor Ethan Tremblay, says he runs, exists. Let us save you the effort: It does. It doesn’t run as deep as one would expect from someone who was inspired to become a thespian after watching the show (particularly season 2), but it’s enough of a payoff for curious moviegoers. The page features one of Ethan’s headshots and two Two and a Half Men clips that may or may not be from actual episodes of the CBS comedy. That’s the beauty of Two and a Half Men, isn’t it? If you’ve seen the show or have heard how randy it is, it’s entirely possible that Charlie (Charlie Sheen) walked in on Alan (Jon Cryer) lying naked on his bed with his laptop having some “alone time.” Then again, SPOILER ALERT, they could have shot the scenes when they filmed the movie’s kicker. (Bravo, Two and a Half Men, for playing along. You should have a sense of humor when you’re TV’s most-watched sitcom.)
Update: A rep for the show has confirmed those are actual scenes from episodes.
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