I'm Pretty Sure Charlie Sheen Just Won the Two and a Half Men Writers an Emmy

The critically lambasted Saturday night kick-off of Charlie Sheen’s “Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is Not an Option” stage tour may not have left only scorched Detroit earth and wallets in its wake. No, it possibly planted the seed for Sheen’s former sitcom home, Two and a Half Men, to garner its first-ever Emmy nomination for writing, if not also turn that into a sympathy win.

After all, the live showcase confirmed what Sheen’s countless TV sit-downs and “Sheen’s Korner” webcast suggested: that without a script … READ MORE

Scoop: Jay Mohr To Channel Charlie Sheen On Law & Order: Criminal Intent

The Law & Order franchise is known for looking at the biggest real-world headlines for storyline inspiration, and that seems to be the case with an episode from the upcoming 10th and final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

On the USA Network series, Jay Mohr (Gary Unmarried) will guest-star as a famous and incredibly successful Charlie Sheen-type bad boy … READ MORE

Breaking: Charlie Sheen Sues Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre for $100 Million

Charlie Sheen has just filed a lawsuit that’s big enough for two and a half men — maybe even three.

The embattled actor is suing Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre for $100 million — which covers compensation for the eight scrapped Two and a Half Men episodes. And in a twist some are calling laughable, Sheen’s not only demanding to be reimbursed for his wages, he’s suing on behalf of the cast and crew as well. Oh, and that figure apparently doesn’t include punitive damages. …READ MORE

Charlie Sheen Calls Two and a Half Men Firing 'Illegal,' As Costars Weigh In on 'Sad' Situation

In the latest and apparently last edition of his “Sheen’s Korner” webcast series, Charlie Sheen contends that his termination from TV’s Two and a Half Men was “a completely and entirely illegal and unconscionable act.”

But while teams of high-priced lawyers on both sides hash that out, some — though not all — of Sheen’s costars from the hit CBS comedy are starting to weigh in on the sordid situation that has been unfolding on TV, online and in the headlines over the past two weeks. READ MORE

SNL With Miley Cyrus: Best and Worst Skits?

From Movieline.com‘s tube-obsessed Louis Virtel….

Saturday Night Live uncovered a major problem with “just being Miley” last night: The 17-year-old took to the Studio 8H stage with signature chutzpah, but lacked the versatility to effectively skewer her contemporaries (Justin Bieber, Fergie, and Lindsay Lohan), the terrifying Disney Channel (in a so-so instructional sketch with Kenan Thompson as Raven Simone), or herself (in a grim monologue number we’ll call “The Bong Song”). The cast rallied — especially Vanessa Bayer with her killer Miley takeoff, yet again — but history will remember Ms. Cyrus’s hosting stint as a collapsed rung on “The Climb.” …READ MORE