What in the world is Charlie Sheen trying to do when it comes to Ashton Kutcher? The man has already flip-flopped enough times on the subject of Kutcher to be considered a politician, and in a very rare phenomenon, it feels now almost like he completely flip-flops on himself within the span of a single post on his Twitter account.
We should point out here that to go along with this tweet, he also posted a photo of Woody Allen from “Take the Money and Run”:
“hey Ashton sorry bro all good. now quit barfing on my old brilliant show. Remember Punk’d? how duz it feel? c harp”
You see, we at first were willing to give the star of “Anger Management” at least somewhat the benefit of the doubt, mostly because we thought that he may have been just being sarcastic for the sake of having a little bit of fun, and just doing the sort of rabble-rousing that he occasionally likes to do. At this point, though, we’re thinking that this is some sort of greater plea for attention or just causing a mess. He knows that there is nothing that drives talk like his former show, especially the way in which he left and the way that Ashton was brought in to replace him.
For the record, we don’t think “Two and a Half Men” is necessarily that much worse of a show now than when Sheen was on it; as a matter of fact, some of the long-form stories that they are doing now in our mind actually work better. While Walden is not a perfect character, we do like that the leading man is not a drunk womanizer all the time. Both have their advantages.
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