Denette Wilford: Charlie Sheen Doesn't Lose His Sheen With 'Anger Management'
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I've never understood the love for "Two and a Half Men." In its heyday, when it was garnering tens of millions of people tuning in, I was baffled. Flabbergasted, even. I hated it when Charlie Sheen was the star, and even though I didn't think it would be possible for it to get worse, Ashton Kutcher made sure that happened.
So I had low expectations going into "Anger Management," which made its CTV debut after the Olympics closing ceremony on Sunday. (Yes, if you have access to FX, then you watched it a couple of months ago and this is old news.) But if you're like me and you get your favourite shows from a satellite feed that doesn't carry the cable channel, then read on.
Despite the dreaded laugh track, I didn't chuckle or snicker once -- but I did smirk whenever Brian Austin Green spoke, because no matter how much he's grown up and how tatted he's become, he'll forever be David Silver. (Sorry, BAG!) But perhaps because I expecting very little, I didn't hate it. I know
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