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Amidst all of this Charlie Sheen nonsense, I couldn’t help but remember that he’s actually a decent actor with an impressive resume. Hopefully he’ll get back to it one of these days, instead of “winning” all over television. One of my favorite Sheen films of all time is The Chase, where Sheen plays a man on the run, after being wrongly accused of a crime which will land him in prison for 25 years. He has no choice but to take a woman hostage, and she’s conveniently very hot. I think you can guess what happens next. Get back to the acting, Charlie.
The Dishmaster March 03, 2011 Leave a Comment
When I watched the interview with Charlie Sheen’s “Goddesses,” I scratched my head with confusion and thought, “those chicks aren’t even hot.” In fact, Denise Richards blows them out of the water (I’m guessing both figuratively and literally). Apparently, I’m not the only person to notice. David Spade recently tweeted, “I think the word Goddess is being thrown around a bit loosely these days. I think the term is ‘a seven.’” David Spade might also be the right person to judge, especially considering his Hollywood hot-chick resume. At least he doesn’t have to worry about competing with Charlie Sheen for the same women. Watch below and judge the ladies for yourself. You’d think a million dollars an episode could get you better tail. Too crude?
There’s a handful of celebrities I’ve retired from my blog, and Charlie Sheen is about to join the list. He’s currently doing a self-destructive press tour, and the media is thrilled. Why not interview someone when they’re hitting bottom? It makes for good television, right? Though Sheen now denounces AA, I don’t. That means he will have to forgive me for using the standard terms that he currently loathes. Sheen has clearly relapsed, and he’s a sick man. His behavior wouldn’t be so upsetting if it didn’t cause so many people to lose jobs. Because CBS shut down production of Two and a Half Men, many hard-working, under-paid employees are losing their paychecks, which is extremely sad. I feel sad for Charlie and I feel sad for the crew. That being said, the media needs to stop preying on a man when he’s clearly ill. Have some moral integrity.
The Dishmaster February 18, 2011 Leave a Comment
I have to give Denise Richards a lot of credit. She sure knows how to stay classy amidst Charlie Sheen’s recent troubles. If I remember correctly, Denise Richards fired her last publicist after she mishandled the media fire-storm surrounding Denise’s relationship with Heather Locklear’s ex-husband, Richie Sambora. Since then, she’s done a complete turn-around in the press, even appearing on Howard Stern to clear the air. She proved on The View today that she can certainly handle an interrogation. The ladies wanted her to discuss Sheen, and she refused. Every answer she gave was creatively evasive, and at one point she even said, “there’s plenty of books out there for children going through the same thing.” When they asked her to recommend a book, she refused, obviously because any title would disclose precisely what she was trying to avoid discussing. In response to Barbara Walters’ question about “what she says to her children, Denise simply said, “what do you say?” Good job, Denise. It was four-on-one, and you took those yentas down!
Charlie Sheen’s porn star, Kacey Jordan, appeared on Howard Stern to discuss her Sheen sexcapades, and she told Stern that Sheen had a “full mouth of gold teeth.” Because I was born into a family of dentists, you can imagine my horror. Of all the things I’ve learned about Sheen and his bad behavior, the gold teeth revelation pushed me over the edge. Who cares about cocaine, right? — as long as you look good while snorting it. That’s a joke, kids — obviously drugs are bad. But so are gold teeth. Because Stern and I are kindred spirits, he too was immediately shocked to learn about this, and he spent about ten minutes asking her related questions. A part of me thought she must be lying. Then I saw the picture below. Click the link to view for yourself.
The Dishmaster November 14, 2010 1 Comment
There’s a lot of theories floating around on entertainment news shows about why Charlie Sheen seems to get away with his bad behavior. Many people blame CBS, saying that they would never fire Sheen for bad conduct because the television business is all about ratings, and Two and a Half Men is still a big hit on the network. Though I’d take just about any opportunity to bash network suits, I’m going to make an exception this time around. Charlie Sheen is still likable because he owns up to his behavior. He was recently caught doing drugs with a hooker in a hotel room, which didn’t come as a surprise since everyone already knows Charlie Sheen does drugs and sleeps with hookers. He’s never tried to snow the public by presenting himself as an upstanding, moral family-man. Look at Oprah, for example. She’s practically Jesus, and she’s openly admitted to drug use and having sex with a married man. Mel Gibson and Tiger Woods are unforgiven because they tried to dupe the public into believing they were flawless. If Tiger presented himself as a womanizer from the very beginning of his golf career, I think he would have ended up just as popular as he ultimately became. So what’s the moral of the story? You’re free to snort cocaine off a hooker’s stomach — just own up to it.
The Dishmaster November 02, 2010 5 Comments
Robert Downey Jr. is either the greatest interview or the worst interview. When you piss him off, he’ll let you know. While promoting his new film, Due Date, on The Today Show, Meredith Viera asked him some very uncomfortable questions about his friendships with Mel Gibson and Charlie Sheen, and Downey didn’t look pleased. He insisted that Gibson hired him when no one else would, and when asked what he would say to Charlie Sheen, Downey said, “whatever I would say to him.” There’s nothing that annoys me more than asking a celebrity about other celebrities during their interview. If you can’t land Mel Gibson or Charlie Sheen to interview, then why not ask Robert Downey, Jr. about them, right? How about next time Meredith asks Robert Downey Jr. about Robert Downey Jr.
Denise Richards has been on my radar lately, mostly because she changed her image so drastically in the press. For a long time, Richards was accused of stealing her best friend’s husband, and no matter how many times she insisted otherwise, she was trounced by the media (including the very judgmental Matt Lauer). With Charlie Sheen’s arrest, I assumed that Richards would re-hash her life with him, and further confirm that she was right to file for divorce. Instead, she has stayed quiet, insisting that she was “there for him in the hospital,” and she has some very beautiful memories of their life together. I officially love her. Good job handling this mess Denise. Watch the video below to hear her discuss the sensitive topic.
The Dishmaster October 26, 2010 Leave a Comment
Denise Richards appeared on Howard Stern just in time for him to ask about Charlie Sheen’s recent hospitalization and alleged cocaine use. Unfortunately, the news broke about two minutes before Richards arrived, and I’m not sure if Stern got word in time for the interview. Translation? — He didn’t ask. However, he did ask why they were in New York together with the kids, and Richards said she took their daughters on their first trip to The Big Apple, and Sheen wanted to join. She also revealed that she told Sheen he should “remain single forever,” but she sees him ignoring her advice and getting married again. Another very funny admission is that her lawyers suggested counseling with Sheen prior to divorcing, and the therapist dropped them as a couple because “there was nothing she could do for them.” She also confessed that she’s going to ask a therapist how to have a sit-down discussion with her daughters when their old enough to understand her “interesting life.” I actually hated Denise Richards before she started to appear on Howard Stern. Who would have thought that Howard Stern could clean up your image?
UPDATE: Charlie Sheen is officially headed back to rehab. If only that interview happened a few hours later.