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Charlie Sheen shreds Chuck Lorre in TMZ letter

By Sean O’Connell As news started to emerge about Chuck Lorre’s plans for the future of “Two and a Half Men” without Charlie Sheen, one person in particular though that replacing the volatile actor on the sitcom was a terrible idea that ultimately would lead to the demise of the show.

That person, however, was Sheen.

In a letter sent to TMZ (and not, you know, The New York Times), Sheen called his former boss a “sad silly fool,” an “A-hole p*ssy loser” and a “low rent, nut-less sociopath.”

Other than that, Sheen says Lorre’s not a bad guy. Kidding.

Sheen continued, “No one cares about your feeble show without me,” adding, “The ratings right now are not a fluke. It’s a big fat mess. A 2.0 demo. That sucks.”

We’ll see if Sheen’s right, and if the show can survive without him. But no matter what happens with the show, an immature “break up” letter sent to a gossip Web site doesn’t seem like the right decision.

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One Comment

  • May 2, 2011 | Permalink |

    The only reason that Sheen keeps writing this krap is because Lorre is and has been “still at him”. Maybe Warner Brothers should wake up and look at that. This is a playground fight. Chuck Lorre is the Bully. After years of sitting and taking it Sheen is fighting back. So what i would like is for Chuck Lorre to shut up and that means quit with the vanities go back to admiring himself in his bathroom mirror.

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