In pop news this week: Michael Bolton delivers a side-splitting performance in a digital SNL skit, Charlie Sheen is no musician and Paul McCartney hasn't learned his lesson with marriage
Pop Chart this week considers the curious success of Rebecca Black's Friday, Charlie Sheen's Torpedo of Truth and Paula Deen's new Internet meme
Charlie Sheen: Bad Boy on the Edge takes viewers through the long career of Charlie Sheen, who seemed to teeter on the edge of oblivion after recently being fired from the hit series Two and a Half Men. Interviews with close friends, journalists, and drug rehab experts fuel the debate: is Sheen in control, off the rails or simply on the brink of a major disaster?
All aboard the crazy train! Charlie Sheen is getting his ticket punched by a knock-out comedy crew (including Mike Tyson, Steve-O and Roast Master Seth McFarlane) at the wildest party of the year. Catch it--uncensored and out-of-control.
Charlie Sheen is single again, Brad Pitt stars in "Fury" and we'll tell you whether to Ticket or Skip It, & we talk to Neil Patrick Harris!
Charlie Sheen - January 14, 2001: Hosted by Charlie Sheen. Sketches include: 'Cheney's Message to the Rich,' 'Fox Promos,' 'Iron Chef,' '37 Year Old Baby,' and 'Weekend Update.'
Charlie Sheen has been partying since 1980, and according to the actor, he's tired of pretending he's not great at it. This special will track Sheen's 30 plus years of wild behavior--from using stolen credit cards to buy merchandise over the phone at age 15 to no less than five domestic violence arrests and at least a half dozen stays in rehab (three in the past twelve months) to his current status as a living media circus, gleefully self-destructing in front of America.
Charlie Sheen, Jim Rome and musical guest Trombone Shorty
Charlie Sheen, Joy Behar, with musical guest Neon Trees
Episode 3 includes Charlie Sheen vs. Colin Farrell, Ryan Seacrest vs. Simon Cowell, and The Osbournes vs. The Olsens.
The acclaimed director and reformed bad boy talks to Larry about smoking pot, Charlie Sheen, and his newest film, Savages.
Charlie Sheen is a fearless cop, who goes undercover in order to infiltrate a notorious motorcycle gang, in this film based on a true story.
Charlie Sheen vs. Colin Farrell, Ryan Seacrest vs. Simon Cowell, and The Osbournes vs. The Olsens.
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