So it appears that Charlie Harper, Charlie Sheen's character on Two And A Half Men is going to killed off of the show in the opening scene of the show, September 19th according to deadline.com today.
It will open with a funeral with all of Charlie's ex-girlfriends and then some. Then the house will go on sale for celebs and others to buy and that is when Ashton Kutcher comes into the show. They are not sure how John Cryer and Angus T. Jones stay on.
Hmm. I thought they were going to make Ashton be a long-lost brother to Charlie and Alan that no one knew about. Guess not.
What do you think of what they are doing to Two And A Half Men post Sheen?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Weak Sauce
Time Magazine is going to dedicate 68 pages in a special issue dedicated to the killing of terrorist Osama Bin Laden. The photo features a rex x through his face, like the FBI's 10 most wanted list did.
The illustration is done by Tim O'Brien and will hit newsstands Thursday. It will also be issued on the Ipad as well Thursday.
Bin Laden is the fourth person in the magazine's history to receive that treatment (Adolf Hilter [May 7, 1945], Saddam Hussein [April 21, 2003] and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi [June 19, 2006]).
What do you think of the cover? Do you still buy magazines?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Will It Have A Photo Of The Body?
Breaking news and Exclusive news!
We are hearing that President Barack Obama is about to announce that Osama Bin Laden has been killed.
his body has been recovered.....
More as it becomes available.....-Dr.FB
UPDATE: CNN has confirmed what we reported. Bin Laden is dead.
Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor broke his silence by posting a video on you tube thanking his patients for their support and that the truth shall prevail.
So load of bull or is he telling the truth?-Dr.FB
This is taken from espn.com. So sad!
Nick Adenhart, a rookie pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels, died after being involved in a car crash early Thursday morning, just hours after pitching in a game in Anaheim.University of California, Irvine Medical Center spokesman John Murray said Adenhart died after undergoing surgery.Adenhart, 22, was one of three people involved in the crash early Thursday after pitching in a loss against the Oakland Athletics. He got a no-decision after six scoreless innings, giving up seven hits, striking out five and walking three in just his fourth major league start.The driver of a minivan ran a red light in Fullerton and hit two cars. According to multiple reports out of the Los Angeles area, three people were killed in the crash, and one was seriously injured.The Los Angeles Times reported that the minivan's driver ran from the scene, but was arrested about a mile away.Adenhart, a 6-foot-3, 185-pounder from Silver Spring, Md., made his major league debut on May 1, 2008. He has spent most of his time since with Triple-A Salt Lake, but got his break this year with a good spring training and the fact the team needed help in the starting rotation, with John Lackey, Ervin Santana and Kelvim Escobar all starting on the disabled list.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
So so sad!-Dr.FB