Friday, January 28, 2011
By "Hernia" They Mean "Cocaine Induced Psychosis"
I imagine you've heard my now that Charlie Sheen was admitted to the hospital with crippling stomach pain after a days long bender with hookers and blow. According to Camp Charlie, he has a hernia. Right. Despite friends and family telling the press that they're worried about Charlie, his rep confirms that Sheen left the hospital last night and will be on the set of "Two and a Half Men" on Tuesday to resume filming. Have I mentioned he makes $1.8 million per episode? Yup. Don't do drugs, kids. They cause hernias.
Posted by Renée Z. at 7:38 AM
Labels: Charlie Sheen, Rehab
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In a related yet unrelated event this evening, I witnessed a new low in broadcast television. Perhaps you saw it too?ReplyDelete
This evening's new episode of Two and a Half Men included the "f bomb". Not watered down, not just implied, but right out there as part of a punch line. Muttered by the one nice character in the show!
At approx 24 minutes into the show (including commercials and all) the character Gordon, as a pizza delivery man, walks from a delivery saying to himself out loud "unf-cking believable!"
Now, I use the word at least once a week, as do most of the jerks around me. But I have never heard early evening television family comedy use it.
And, next year, this episode will be a rerun and will air at 6:30pm on Chicago's WGN-TV. Great! It will then be dinnertime comedy.
What can I say, except "Unf-cking believable!"
February 7, 2011 11:39 PM