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Friday, November 5, 2010

Good Afternoon, Charlie Sheen News!

Posted by Marissa Sullivan on Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 3:56 PM

First: The Charlie Sheen is Too Damn High Party. My favorite parts include:

"If you're going to chop something up with a credit card, why couldn't it be John Cryer?"

"You hear that sound? That's the sound of that little fat kid on Two and A Half Men making $300,000 an episode and spending it all on Swedish Fish."

AND...

"Some people like to eat pot brownies, Charlie Sheen likes to eat a coke doughnut."

And guess what else?

Brooke Mueller (Who is who? Oh yeah, Charlie Sheen's soon to be ex-wife) is reporting she is so over Charlie and so ready to be divorced, and so happy not to have to wear sunglasses all the time and tell people she fell down the stairs.
Full article here: Monsters and Critics. But in case you don't have time to read the article I think I need to share the one true stand-out in this article: "Mueller is set to film a reality show for the Oxygen Network with Paris Hilton, later this month." WTF?!

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And lastly I was reading this article on E! about Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa VanderPump and the thieves who stole her Bentley when the article took a turn to "the Sheen." Remember when he had his car stolen and totaled? Welp, apparently he also had some DVDs stolen right out of his garage and were then found dumped in a construction site about a mile away. And wait for it, the DVDs stolen were "mostly Two and a Half Men DVDs and some movies Charlie had done". Man, I hope Major League wasn't in there.

Makin my heart sing.
  • Makin' my heart sing.

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