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Ultimate Cougar slayer Ashton Kutcher reportedly replacing The Sheen on ‘Two and a Half Men’…

Really CBS?? Sheen brought something unique to the table and you think he can be replaced by Ashton Kutcher??

Thoughts on this??? Comment please…

Thanks to ABC News for the report:


Who will fill the shoes of Charlie Sheen?

Two and a Half Men without The Sheen amounts to some dork and a kid.

CBS execs, have been going IN-sane – in the membrane – ever since their money man playboy took a little bit of a nose dive into all things unproductive.

The network has been searching in all directions, shallow and deep to land a new co-star.

Hugh Grant may just be that man.

Thank you Huffington Post:,+huff+post&ei=wMvKTYDoB6ScMvHl-eUD&ved=0CAwQFjAC&hl=en&source=m&rd=1&u=

NBC’s James Rosen and reports ‘The Sheen’ may make a comeback on ‘Two and a Half Men’:

The Huffington Post discussed a Life & Style article in which Charlie Sheen admits he may be losing it – it being his mind; yes, he still has one, a mind that is…apparently.

Sheen’s realization stems from the reality of losing his children to their mother and former – is the ink dry on the divorce papers yet? – wife Brooke Mueller.

Is Sheen’s attempt to at least seem like a mere mortal again too little, too late? After all, he was really bad only for a short period of time, right? Well, that is all we know about anyway.

Should The Sheen get a second shot at being a part time father?

Warner Bros. issued the following statement: “After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on ‘Two and a Half Men,’ effective immediately.”

Charlie Sheen can kiss CBS, Two and a Half Men, and everyone else goodbye when he moves on to his next thing. (HD Net ?)


CBS has pulled the plug on “Two and a Half Men”… for now.

Just hours after Charlie Sheen went on a radio rampage, blasting his bosses at the television show, CBS issued a statement on behalf of the network and “…Men’s” production company, announcing they were pulling the show from production of new episodes.

“Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros. Television have decided to discontinue production of ‘Two and a Half Men’ for the remainder of the season,” CBS said in a statement late Thursday night.