Charlie Sheen will Sue WBTV and Chuck Lorre

... Counterpunch! Charlie Sheen will reportedly use the power of a thousand vipers and squeeze the justice system with his hands of razorblades, taking Warner Bros. TV and Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre to the downtown house and letting Lady Justice squirt her breast milk all over them. That's Charlie Sheen talk for "Charlie Sheen is suing WBTV and Chuck Lorre." Yeah, I know, he does it better and I'll never have a house filled with cocaine and porn stars. But a man can dream. [TMZ]

... You! The tween with the backwards hat and the Hollister jacket! Yeah you! ABC Family has announced return dates for Secret Life of the American Teenager (March 28), Pretty Little Liars (June 14), and Melissa & Joey (June 29). The network's new summer shows will include The Great State of Georgia (premiering June 29), Switched at Birth (premiering June 6), and Chloe King (premiering June 14). And no, you can't watch any of these until you've finished your homework and mowed the lawn. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Scrubs vet John C. McGinley and Damages vet Marcia Gay Harden are signing on for ABC's Smothered. Almost signed on is Adam Arkin. The trio will play thee out of the show's four overbearing parents. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Law & Order: Los Angeles will be back on April 11 with a two-hour episode. The has been on hiatus to re-tool the series after disappointing ratings and reviews. [TV Line]

... Hank Azaria, familiar to your ears as one of The Simpsons' voice-cast members, will star in the NBC pilot Free Agents, a comedy about two PR execs who work together. Azaria will play the male lead. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Mike DeStefano, who was one of the final five contestants in last year's Last Comic Standing, died of a heart attack last night. He was 44 years old. [LA Times]

... History Channel has given the green light to Mounted in Alaska, a reality series featuring Sarah Palin in several compromising positions. Oh, I wish! It's really about a family of taxidermists. [EW]

... Marc Anthony will join TNT's HawthoRNe as a regular after appearing in two episodes last season. Whoop-dee-do. [Deadline Hollywood]


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Charlie is right I like a lot his work and I'm in his side !!!! count with us CHARLIE
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Charlie you know your set up when the network has a moral issue with a celebrity just look at the media drug use,divorce,jail,prison ect. Why does it matter what charlie does? I am on charlies side he is a winner,
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The court system is so slow that old Chuckles will be dead long before his lawsuit ever sees the inside of a courtroom.
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good luck with that Charlie your still FIRED !!!
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Weird...
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wtf he dun drugs
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Charlie Sheen is insane. He's completely lost it, it's pathetic. Stop giving him so much attention, he's just a sad little junkie now.
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Bring it! Charlie Sheen
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There's no judge that would side with Sheen. I expect it will likely get thrown out of court. About all Sheen can sue for is pay based upon what his contract says. But by not showing up for work Sheen could be the one held in breech of contract.


L&O:LA is likely suffering from too much L&O, just like Enterprise suffered from too much Star Trek. After over 20 years of L&O, people are just tired of it.
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Charlie Sheen- Good luck with that because you're gonna need it.

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Law & Order: LA- needs all the help it can get

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Guy died of a heart attack at 44? RIP
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'NBC pilot Free Agents', a remake of a British show (just like every other show in America seemingly). Totally agree with mermayd about all these breaks, although the difference is that we have much shorter seasons which in itself is often a good thing. The schedule from November until about April makes no sense, a week or 2 on then up to a month off, when it comes to half hour shows you really need to watch them every week to keep your interest.
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HawthoRNe is bad enough, but it just got worse since Marc Anthony

is going to be a regular. How is this show still on the air?????!!
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HawthoRNe is bad enough, but it just got worse since Marc Anthony

is going to be a regular. How is this show still on the air?????!!
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John C. McGinley again on TV? YEEEHHHH
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Ah can't wait to see John C. McGinley on tv again!!
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Why do American shows always have mini breaks during the season. One week the show is on, next week it is not. It is SO irritating. In the UK, shows play continuously from the start of the season until the end. It spoils the momentum to keep having breaks.
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what about make it or break it?
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"Hawthorne" is a vanity production. TNT should ditch that jazz and revitalize "Mercy." Flanagan down! :D
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Mike DeStefano was my favorite contestant last season. Truly funny and sweet. RIP, Mike.
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