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"Two and a Half Men" Creator Sick of Charlie Sheen's Antics

| by Crazy Days and Nights

It seems that even Chuck Lorre, the creator of "Two And A Half Men," has also had it with Charlie Sheen. Lorre is famous for putting up vanity cards at the end of his show. They are usually hilarious, and many is the time I moved the screen forward second by second just to see what he had to say.

Well, in the most recent episode of "Two And A Half Men," this is what his vanity card said.

"CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #315

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Very interesting, as he says, to bite the hand that feeds you. Looks like he is getting sick and tired of Charlie Sheen too. Too bad they can't just fire him. (Thanks JM)