The hit television comedy “Two and a Half Men” is replacing troubled star Charlie Sheen with Ashton Kutcher.
Charlie Sheen’s tour is taking a softer approach when it arrives in San Francisco later this week, with a donation planned for a Giants fan severely beaten during the Los Angeles Dodgers’ home opener.
Today on The Don Geronimo Show, the #herewebuild movement continues to gain momentum, Charlie Sheen bombs in Detroit, and our good buddy LaRoy, stops by the studio.
Charlie Sheen is suing Warner Bros. and the executive producer of “Two and a Half Men” for $100 million.
Consider two parallel universes: Charlie Sheen is destined to hit rock bottom after being fired from the best job he’ll ever have; Charlie Sheen has been freed to blaze a new path to dazzling fame and riches.
Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Don tells us about Butters, his new puppy, gets into a “Media War” with the terrible comic he saw over the weekend, and our good friend LaRoy stops by the studio.
Troubled actor Charlie Sheen is winning all right – he’s reportedly snapped up the Guinness World Record for the “Fastest Time to Reach 1 Million Followers.”
Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Dave gives us a massage parlor update, Don calls Mark S. Allen, and the guys discuss a shop in London that used to serve a special kind of ice cream.
Charlie Sheen’s estranged wife Brooke Mueller obtained a restraining order to keep the actor away from her and their young sons because she was afraid of violent comments the actor had made in recent days, including threats that he would stab her in the eye with a pen knife.
Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Dave was almost arrested, Don announces the “Lady G Parody” Contest, and the debut of the new game, “Who Said It?”
Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Don talks about his night at The Comedy Spot last Saturday, Kirk Douglas at the Oscars, and Craig rips Lady G a new one.
“Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen has skirted disaster as a wayward, middle-aged party boy who regularly tested the patience of the TV network and studio trying to protect their valuable sitcom property.