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Two and a Half Men Closes Set to Audience


The show “Two and a Half Men” is a traditional show in that it shoots live in front of an audience. But since the news of Charlie Sheen returning to the show this week, Radar Online has reported that the bosses have decided to close the set for a week and not allow an audience to be present during the filming. The show currently shoots on the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank and usually shoots live on Fridays with rehearsals running throughout the week.

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One Comment

  • March 16, 2010 | Permalink |

    It’s not surprising to hear this. I wouldn’t be surprised if someone did heckle him over this

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