Two and a Half Men Shut Down! Charlie Sheen Starts New Show Called 'War of Words'

Two and a Half Men Shut Down! Charlie Sheen Starts New Show Called 'War of Words'

Feb 25, 2011

If this whole situation wasn't messy before, it's about to get downright disgusting up in here. When CBS halted production on Two and a Half Men so that Charlie Sheen could get his life in check (read: sober up and stop locking naked coked-out hookers in closets), the actor, who's also one of the highest-paid on television, decided to use his mouth like a squirt gun and just shoot it off at anyone who would listen. And since this story is too sensantional to ignore ... well, everyone listened.

Problem with that was the creators of the show got pissed, and, now, they've canceled the rest of the season. Considering this is one of TV's most popular shows, we imagine there's a lot of network executives who aren't going to have a very pleasant weekend. With the season canceled and a bunch of free time on his hands, Sheen has taken it upon himself to just unload on the show, its creators, and just life in general.

Speaking to Fox Sports for some odd reason, he called the show a "pukefest," adding that "there are some talks about a thing that would give me the freedom to do something beyond the drivel that is this." Drivel! Pukefest! Tell us how you really feel, Charlie!

Oh wait, he does ... "They kept getting up in my grill. They kept telling me how to live my personal life. I kept telling them, ‘Back off.’ But they wouldn’t and I’m the kind of guy who doesn’t hassle anybody. I kept asking for that respect and I couldn’t get it. These guys are a couple of AA Nazis and blatant hypocrites. I gave them my word so I would [finish the season] but not with the turds that are currently in place. It’s impossible. Can you imagine going back into the sludge pit with those knuckleheads at this point?"

No word yet on what this means for the future of Two and a Half Men, but if they could replace it with a show featuring Charlie Sheen giving random radio interviews, I guarantee the thing will get higher ratings (and maybe I'll actually tune in).

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