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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

ABC: 'Two and a Half Men' Star Calls Show 'Filth'

It may be funny at times, but I can understand why this actor made that statement. What I don't understand is if that is really the way he feels and thinks about it, why he is still participating in creating this 'filth'.

I know it is not easy to kick your bread and butter to the curb, but it is not like he has no choice. From what I have seen, he is quite a talented actor and it shouldn't be too difficult finding something that is more in line with his believes.

It wouldn't come as a huge surprise if he finds himself without any work soon. Charlie Sheen was already dumped by the producers after outrageous behavior and statements like this may be considered to fall under the same category.

He may not have to go through the daunting task of having to make the tough decision to look for another job. The job could be making it for him and kick him to the curb.

The producers may have taken the liberty of dishing out the garbage, but may have reserved the right to their selves not to put up with what in their eyes, and ears, is!



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