Now that we know the show will resume on September 19 without Charlie, we continue to ponder how they will deal with his character. Speculation is getting a little insane, and it feels like the last episode of Seinfeld all over again. Some people are suggesting Chuck Lorre will kill the character by having him drive his car off a cliff. To us, that’s too dramatic.
We think the ending will be Charlie having to flee the country, and only leaving a note saying goodbye. Why would he leave? Two possible scenarios:
1. Charlie finds out he has a love child and doesn’t want the responsibility of paying child support. So he fleas to Peru or something.
2. The IRS audits Charlie and they identify he hasn’t paid income tax in 20 years. So instead of facing jail time, he jumps on a plane and flees the country.
What do you think of these endings? We should be writing for Two and a Half Men.
There has been much speculation over who will be the last guests on ‘Oprah,’ and now they have been finally revealed. Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith will be the last guests on the legendary talk show, reports The Daily Mail.
The episode will air May 25 and bids farewell to the show, marking its finale episode after 25 years.
Previous options had included Oprah’s long term boyfriend Stedman Graham, Tom Cruise, Jennifer Aniston, Gabrielle Giffords or Dr Phil McGraw. Thank god it’s not Dr Phil.
Smith and his wife and children have been on Oprah’s show many times in the past, with ‘Karate Kid’ star Jaden and ‘Whip My Hair’ singer Willow previously joining their parents on the famous couch.
The multi-billionaire announced in November 2009 that she was going to end her popular talk show. She has since then launched her own television network, called OWN – Oprah Winfrey Network.
Ratings have not been great for the network, though, which pulls in a fraction of the audience figures she is used to on her nationally syndicated show. She has vowed to focus more time and energy on it once she finishes filming the talk show.
And there you have it. I’ll definitely miss the emotional Oprah episodes, but I’m sure she’ll stir up lots of new things on her network. I’m also kind of surprised she picked the Smiths to appear on the last episode – I would have thought she’d pick someone bigger, but hey.
This is the sound of a million 15-year-old hearts breaking: Miley Cyrus may be ready to leave her Hannah Montana role in the dust.
“We’re thinking this is our last season,” Cyrus told Yahoo news.
Production on the new season begins in early August, with an option to continue the show. However, Cyrus may feel the role is exhausted – and exhausting.
“I just think we did a lot of episodes,” she said. “We basically did two seasons in one last year. Usually people would do one season that would be, like, 16 episodes, and we did almost 30 episodes! It seems like it’s been on, like, longer.”
Cyrus has been desperately trying to shake her good girl image and develop an older audience.