Just in case you’re not sick of him yet, Charlie Sheen is scheduled to appear on NBC’s The Tonight Show With Jay Leno this Thursday.
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Thanks for telling us. I was looking for one more reason not to watch NBC.
Like a train wreck … yah gotta watch … right?
Oh, I’m not sick of him yet. Thanks!
This would have been big news,,in 1992! Charlie, and Jay for that matter, are DONE!
Thanks! Haven’t waven’t watched NBC in years
I presume Sheen will claim on “Leno” that “I’m still Winning, and Ashton Kutcher is (bleep) Losing!”.
Monday’s (September 19th) season premiere opf “Two And A Half Men” may get huge ratings, but through December, ESPN’s NFL football will dominate Monday-night ratings.
Apart from the first week (or two) of the season, the ratings will be much lower than in past seasons and continue to fall. The trick will be for the show to avoid losing too many viewers during football season.
Once January comes, fortunes for all broadcast-network shows on Monday nights will greatly improve. If “Men” can still have decent ratings at that time, it might be able to build for the second half of the season.
But I think there’s a strong chance “Men” won’t make it past the end of December.
not sick of who yet? i’m not sure which i can’t stand more..
He’s a lunatic! A real whack job. Nutso. Incomprehensible. And that’s Leno, I haven’t even gotten to Charlie.
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