About Anger Management
Wednesday at 8.35pm
You just can't keep a good-man down! Charlie Sheen (Two And A Half Men) has the last laugh as the troubled star of TV2's brand new comedy, Anger Management.
"You can't fire me I quit," Sheen bellows at the camera. "You think you can replace me with another guy? Go ahead, it won't be the same!"
No, Sheen's not growling abuse at Two And A Half Men producer Chuck Lorre; it's his new character Charlie Goodson, a former pro-baseball player turned therapist with anger issues of his own: teaching his patients to vent their frustrations to a punching bag rather than yelling abuse at their bosses.
Tonight, Charlie suffers a relapse after his ex-wife Jen's (Shawnee Smith, Saw) new boyfriend (Brian Austin Green, Desperate Housewives) gives their daughter some bad advice.
As a result, he asks the only therapist he trusts: his best friend Kate (Selma Blair, Cruel Intentions), to take him on as a patient. One complication: he's sleeping with her.