Lars Toneberg, of Glamwire/Europe, in NYC. He is beginning to broadcast, with a developing GW subsidy. Thanks to Lars for a really fine shoot yesterday. Very funny dude.
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The Charlie Sheen saga just gets weirder and weirder. What do we know so far?
Charlie tells “Two and a Half Men” to take this job and shove it.
“Two and a Half Men” halts production in the wake of Charlie’s behavior.
Charlie writes a letter to TMZ saying he wishes “Men” creator Chuck Lorre “nothing but pain.”
Chuck Lorre, “Men” creator, is no longer going to write vanity cards at the end of his shows because after he wrote one directed at Charlie, people started scrutinizing the vanity cards. Well, duh.
So what is Charlie doing in the wake of all this crazypants controversy? Well, as we reported yesterday, he has a new girlfriend, 24-year-old Natalie Kenly. And now, according to Entertainment Tonight, he has flown the coop in the form of jetting off to the Bahamas with said girlfriend, porn star Bree Olson and his estranged wife Brooke Mueller. Just what is going on with those three nobody can really say.
But at least ex-wife Denise Richards has the good sense to say no. Apparently she was invited along. She also has the good sense to decline his invitation that the four ladies live together in Hollywood when they return from their trip. Oh, and don’t forget that Brooke is the wife with whom Charlie had the big Christmas Day blowout a year ago.
Apparently it is Charlie Sheen’s world and we all just live in it.
An Essay on the Cultural Significance of Family Guy.
There is no cultural significance of Family Guy. But it’s the funniest show out there. Well, okay, sure it pushes a certain kind of envelop, yes…when a dog develops a cocaine problem and a baby with a football-like head is clearly sophisticated…and by sophisticated here I mean gay…you ARE pushing things forward a bit, so sure…Family Guy is rolling along with some sort of cultural significance. The problem…they put it on like 4 hours in a row and you can REALLY find yourself wasting a lot of time, STEWEY. So…I’m proposing a 12 step Family Guy recovery fellowship….where we meet and talk about episodes but count the days from when we last stopped actually watching them…and then have dinner afterwards. More on this compelling essay to follow.