We knew an Angus T. Jones Parody couldn't be too far behind and our favorite "Friend" Matthew Perry delivered and then some.
He starts off by stating no one should watch his new show "Go On" and said he made a video like this for "Studio 60" urging people not to watch it then and said the video was mega-successful since NO ONE watched that show!
He stated he is going to be like Angus T. Jones must be doing for slamming his show and give back all the money he has made from "Go On", and "Studio 60" and other shows. He is then asked if he is going to give back the money he made from "Friends" and his response is PRICELESS!
Check out the comedy gold above from Matthew Perry.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Suck on that Angus!
Jon Cryer was on Good Day L.A. this week and talked about "2 & Half Men" and says that he and Charlie Sheen have not spoken since Charlie's firing.
He also talks about his wife, Lisa Joyner, who used to be on Good Day L.A. back in the day.
They talked about "Ducky" from "Pretty In Pink" and other relationship quirks.
He is a cool dude. He has been caught up in all this Charlie/Ashton drama and has done well not to say anything, although it would have been easy.-DocFB
Diagnosis: He Still Think That He's Being Punk'd
Michael J. Fox was on "The Late Show With David Letterman" to talk about the new McFly Nike's and also talked about Charlie Sheen and his #winning ways.
Sheen replaced Fox on "Spin City" when Fox had to leave due to his battle with Parkinson's Disease. Bringing up that Ashton Kutcher is now replacing Sheen in a way that Fox was replaced on Spin City.
Fox didn't want to call out Sheen's problems and just said he says "he is winning and who am I to say he is not?" although it does suggest otherwise.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Wish They Would Speed Up Stem Cell Research
The cast of 2 And Half Men, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones were on "The Late Show With David Letterman" to do the top 10 list of reasons to watch the show. Or was it not to watch?
They seemed very unenthusiastic. Perhaps it's because they know it will probably still be the number 1 show on TV even without Charlie Sheen.
Check out the list above..if you care or dare.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: This Time, We Are Getting Punk'd!
Ashton Kutcher is winning the cast, workers and producers of the shows over. After just one episode, Kutcher is getting a pay raise for "2 And A Half Men" replacing Charlie Sheen.
Charlie Sheen was the highest paid actor on Television, pulling in a cool $1.25 million per episode and with back-end money, was getting close to $2 million per episode.
Although Ashton is pulling in around $825,000 per episode, he will get the back-end deals that Sheen was getting which will put Ashton at around $1 million per episode.
We wonder if he sings "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry every morning when he wakes up next to Demi Moore? Seriously. He is not only the highest paid actor on TV, but also one of the luckiest.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Dude, Where's My Check?
Warner Bros. Television unleashed the new promotional photo for 2 And A Half Men, now starring Ashton Kutcher and replacing Charlie Sheen. All will be revealed September 19th 2011, the day of the season premiere. It's also the say for something for Charlie.
Comedy Central's Roast Of Charlie Sheen will take place that night as well on Comedy Central. It's another plan to out-do each other it seems. Sheen just announced his return to television in "Anger Management" yesterday and now the promotional poster for "Men" is released today.
In all honesty, it's "winning" for the fans as competition will bring out the best in Sheen and producer Chuck Lorre to outdo one another. So far, it seems Ashton is up to the challenge to replace Sheen and still keep the show funny. We will see for sure this fall.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Looks Like Jon Cryer Will Come Up Short Again
Charlie Sheen will be returning to your TV screen as he just signed a TV deal for "Anger Management" although no network has been announced yet. "Anger Management" will be based on the movie with the same name that starred Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler. The show will be produced by the movie's producer and Sheen's friend Joe Roth.
Charlie Sheen will have a "significant ownership stake" in the show as well. This comes on the heels of Charlie being fired from CBS #1 comedy "2 And A Half Men" last spring.
Sheen released this statement about his return to Television;
“I chose Anger Management because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept. It also provides me with real ownership in the series, a certain amount of creative control and the chance to be back in business with one of my favorite movie producers of all time, Joe Roth.”
Duh, winning! Hmm. I seriously thought it might be longer until Charlie got his own show again. Roth is taking a chance that Charlie will behave and this show will succeed.
Will YOU watch?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Will There Be Warlocks And Tiger Blood?