Charlie Sheen - Did He Just FU@&ING Win?
Holy sh$t. It looks like the fu@&ing warlock just won!
He called them trolls. Chuck Lorre's name rhymes with "suck". Can You smell it, Chuck?
Charlie Sheen? Was it the ramblings of a drugged-up, possibly bi-polar madman or the brilliant scheming of a talented actor protecting his meal-ticket and image?
We may never know the true answer to that question, but one thing is certain- It seems CBS, Warner Brothers and Chuck Lorre are tucking their "devil tails" between their legs and offering Sheen his job back.
Was it the $100 million lawsuit he filed against the show, citing a conspiracy to shut the show, Two and a Half Men, down? Sheen's lawyer, Martin Singer, filed the lawsuit earlier this month on behalf of the cast and crew.
Was it that the Fox network was and continues to bang down the warlock's door to take the helm of a late-night talk show?
Maybe it was the celebrity endorsement deal Sheen landed from Ad.ly to meet out his celebrity tweets.
Probably, it was the $250 million Warner Brothers was going to lose by closing down the show, thereby saying bye-bye to all those syndication monies. That doesn't even take in account the extra millions CBS was about to lose in ad revenue.
Sheen has been overly salacious in his rants, holding no punches. Sheen even put together a one-man show: "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" beginning April 2 in Detroit, Michigan.
One thing is certain: It's been a fun ride, and it looks to get faster and even more exciting!
At the time of this article, both sides had "no comment."