Sadly I missed the special last night on Dateline or whatever program that was last night. Sorry, can't miss The Good Wife. I look forward to it every week, and frankly, I've had my own trainwreck last night, so I just could not sit through watching his. Normally I would have watched just for snicks and grins. If you know me and want the details, email me, I can't post it here.
Is it just me? Or does Charlie Sheen look like crap? Has he had a face lift? I dunno, he just doesn't look good..
The conspiracy theorist in me thinks this whole thing is getting blown out of proportion in the media for ratings. And really, was it necessary for CBS to pull the plug on the rest of the season? Yes, peoples jobs are at stake, people like you and me who don't make a million (or whatever he makes) per episode. People like camera men and grips and so on. Is it really necessary to punish them for his misdeeds? Why couldn't they just write him out of the remaining episodes and let the "little people" earn their living? This pulling the plug on the rest of the season reeks of a publicity stunt by CBS.
Yes, I realize he's done bad things. Yes, it's quite possible that he did make those horribly threatening remarks to one of the mothers of his children. Custody can get ugly, very ugly. Just ask me, I know first hand. And yes, I could see myself saying some of those things...if I had no self control. And believe, me I've got to have tons of self control in my situation.
Yes, drugs are bad people! They make people do bad things and make poor choices. But is it really necessary of the media to jump onto this trainwreck and do we have to hear about it every frickin' day? And why does the media act as though they are giving him the benefit of the doubt here and then they continue to show him running amok?
"Yes..I'm under a drug...It's called Charlie Sheen!" Seriously?
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