Monday, July 6, 2015

VIDEO: Charlie Sheen revisits his 'Anger' with Jay Leno

The tempestuous actor tells Leno about changes on the show

VIDEO: Charlie Sheen revisits his ‘Anger’ with Jay Leno

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In just over a week, Charlie Sheen will be returning to work on his sitcom Anger Management. FX recently ordered 90 additional episodes of Sheen’s comeback vehicle.

But as he told Jay Leno last night, don’t expect the same show when the second season starts in January.

Those reports that Selma Blair, who played Charlie’s therapist/lover, left because Anger Management’s scandalous star was difficult to get along with?

Charlie has a different explanation for why she’s off the show. Take a look. Does it strike you that he blows through this rationale in an awful big hurry while avoiding eye contact with Leno?

But we’ll give him one thing: Based on the clip he brought, the show does look funnier.


 

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