Bros. fires Charlie Sheen
Warner Bros. announced that it has
dropped the actor from Two and a
First, do you have any idea how much money that show makes?
Reruns sell for $1M an episode in Los Angeles and New York, so one can assume they
get $700K per episode in Houston, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston etc.
In Tulsa, the show is on 3-4 times per day so I assume it's that way everywhere so it's
possible that show is making $30M per day for Warner Brothers so when Charlie claims
to be special, who's got the standing to tell him he's not?
Second, Charlie IS the show - he can't be replaced.
Third, if Charlie had a decent lawyer, he's probably going to get paid even if he's
not working - and that would be funny if it's true. They said they fired him due to
"the totality of Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition" which doesn't sound
like legal grounds to me.
Charlie said many times that he was "ready to work," but that producer Lorrie told him
"We don't have any scripts written," so how did Charlie's actions shut down the show?
I'll bet I've heard 1,000 lies told about Charlie Sheen in the last week.
America's whore press did a total "Number Six" on Charlie and if they can
screw the highest paid actor in the world, I guess screwing nobodies like me
and you would be really easy.