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Charlie Sheen is playing Mr. Nice Guy for a reason

HollywoodNews.com: Duh! Of course Charlie Sheen had ulterior motives for acting like a stand-up kind of guy at the Emmys and elsewhere the last week or so.

He’s in the process of getting his “Anger Management” series set up — something that wasn’t about to happen if he ran about naked in hotel lobbies, hitting women and lobbing nasty remarks about his former employers. With Deadline Hollywood’s Nellie Andreeva now reporting that showrunner Bruce Helford (“The Drew Carey Show,” “George Lopez”) has signed on for Sheen’s planned series for Lionsgate, it’s all too obvious. Next, if his “Two and a Half Men” legal action is indeed settled, the way will be clear for the new show. (Anybody want to take bets on whether Helford will live to regret this?)

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  • September 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    pathetic article. Everybody in hollywood have ulterior motives. Charlie at least is smart, funny and talented, i will watch with no regrets his new tv show (by the way his former sitcom without sucked big time).

  • September 26, 2011 | Permalink |

    True article; are you really (lulu) that naive to believe he’s turned a leaf and is an all around good spirited guy all of a sudden? The new Two And A Half Men didn’t suck as commented. It was off the charts rating wise! Oh yeah CS has 25 million reasons to act nice (that’s how much he’s winning in his law suit the way I heard it).

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