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Old 10-04-2011, 09:52 PM   #31
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I watched yesterday’s episode and it stunk. Now that Charlie is gone that show will soon be a distant memory.

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I watched yesterday’s episode and it stunk. Now that Charlie is gone that show will soon be a distant memory.
It's a shame, too. That show was really funny at one time.
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It's a shame, too. That show was really funny at one time.
It’s like all shows, when they start replacing the original cast the show just isn’t the same. Now I have to find something else to watch but what?
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It’s like all shows, when they start replacing the original cast the show just isn’t the same. Now I have to find something else to watch but what?
American Pickers?
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Don't get interested in The Playboy Club 'cause it has already been cancelled after two shows. No loss there either.
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LOL, no surprise there! It was a dumb idea that is 30 yrs past it's prime. I can only think of about 3 people who would watch that show (no women), Hugh Hefner, Charlie Harper and Sam Malone...
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Winning: FX picks
up Sheen sitcom


The cable network orders 10 episodes of 'Anger Management'

By Bill Cromwell

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FX is taking a flyer on Charlie Sheen.

The cable network has picked up the fired "Two and a Half Men" star's new sitcom, "Anger Management," despite the many obvious downsides of working with an actor with such a troubled past.

FX ordered 10 episodes of "Management," which is based on the 2003 Adam Sandler film in which a therapist (Sheen) gets too closely involved with his patients, and will pick up another 90 episodes if the show meets pre-set ratings guarantees.

Production on the show will start in early 2012, and it may be on the air as soon as next summer.

The acquisition comes months after the project was announced in July. Producer Lionsgate shopped the idea to many networks, both broadcast and cable, and even met with Netflix about streaming the program.

But Sheen's attachment proved a liability. He was fired from "Men" last winter after twice shutting down production to go into rehab and later ripping his boss, Chuck Lorre, in a series of increasingly crazy interviews.

Sheen's talent and star power are undeniable, but his history of drug addiction and unpredictable behavior, including threatening his ex-wife with a knife two years ago, raised doubts about whether the new project could find a network willing to back Sheen.

Though "Management" was pitched to multiple broadcast networks, they ultimately judged Sheen not worth the risk.

But FX decided Sheen's potential upside outweighed his downside.

The deal mimics the 10-90 production model previously used by TBS's "Meet the Browns" and "House of Payne."

The shows will initially air on FX, then funnel to syndication in 2014.

Joe Roth, who worked with Sheen on multiple movies including "Young Guns," will produce "Management," and Sheen himself will have an ownership stake in the show.
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i was never a big fan of the show. even when charlie was still on
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