I have mentioned Charlie Sheen quite frequently in my blog, but looks like from the moment he's not the talk of the town, he does something to make him become front page news. Though this doesn't involve the usual list of hookers and cocaine, it does raise interest.
From his in-home rehab center, Sheen calls in to the Dan Patrick show Wednesday morning to discuss how producer Chuck Lorre of his show "Two and a Half Men" is seriously concerned with Sheen's health more than the continuing success of the show. The producer would much rather have Sheen recover than to begin production again on the hit television series. Sheen claims that despite breaking news of his wild parties with prostitutes and drugs, he never showed up to work belligerently drunk or hungover. There was only one instance Sheen can recall when he didn't feel well on set, and that was easily arranged during filming of the episodes.
But what shocked many was Charlie Sheen giving a shout out to Lindsay Lohan during his phone call to the Dan Patrick broadcast. He says, “You get Lindsay on the show, I will call in. I’ve got some advice for her. I’ve got some things I would recommend she consider because I don’t tell anybody what to do. Just try to think things through a little bit before you do them.”
This is slightly confusing for the fact that Charlie Sheen should heed to his own advice. For years, he's been known as the notorious bad boy of Hollywood who continually gets second chances and gains more fame with each new incident he finds himself in. Sheen doesn't seem to think things through, when you would guess he should know that drug use is against the law, as well as engaging in prostitution. Looking at Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan would take out of this situation that the more notorious you are, the more famous you become. But maybe this relates differently to genders since men are forgiven more easily in the public eye than women.
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