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Here’s the Latest Charlie Sheen Roast Promo

Comedy Central is pulling out all the stops in promoting its upcoming Roast of Charlie Sheen, which is slated to coincidentally air the same evening as the Two and a Half Men season/Kutcher premiere.

Love him or hate him, are you excited to see Sheen get totally zinged on television?

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Turns Out Juggalos Love Charlie Sheen Way More Than Tila Tequila

You can tell because Charlie Sheen didn’t get actual shit thrown at him. You know, like Tila Tequila did.

But still, Charlie didn’t do incredibly well at the Gathering of the Juggalos. His little performance in this video just oozes awkwardness to me – whether that’s from the drugs or the classical indifference bordering on loathing of the Juggalos, who knows – but hey, he did catch the things that were thrown at him, so, God help me, I’d say that he’s still winning*.

What do you guys think: is Charlie still a funny kind of crazy, or is he just completely sad now?

*You know I hate myself for saying that.

Charlie Harper Gets Hit by a Train, Talks About It

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For all of you not in the know, Charlie Harper is Charlie Sheen‘s character on Two and a Half Men, and his character will be killed off this upcoming season in order to free a vacancy for Ashton Kutcher.

Did you guys know how Charlie’s getting written out? Um, here.

From TMZ:

Harper married Rose — the neighbor/stalker he flew to Paris with last season — but things went downhill quickly when she found him in the shower with another woman.

In the episode, we’re told Rose speaks at the funeral and recounts what happened to Charlie … saying the day after the shower incident she and Charlie were waiting for a Paris subway when Charlie “slipped” and the subway literally blew him apart in a “meat explosion.”

The strong inclination was that Rose pushed him and got away with it.

And what does Charlie Sheen have to say about it? Well, this:

“I am honored that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character. Anything less would have been an insult!”

Hm. I’m not exactly sure that’s what they were going for, there, Charlie-boy, but you do what you’ve got to do to get yourself through this season, OK?

… And meat explosion? Well that’s just gross.