After Rants, Charlie Sheen Fired From TV Sitcom Charlie Sheen was fired Monday from his show Two and Half Men. It was one of TV's highest rated programs. Warner Brothers cited Sheen's "dangerously self-destructive conduct" over the last several years.
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After Rants, Charlie Sheen Fired From TV Sitcom

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After Rants, Charlie Sheen Fired From TV Sitcom

After Rants, Charlie Sheen Fired From TV Sitcom

After Rants, Charlie Sheen Fired From TV Sitcom

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Charlie Sheen was fired Monday from his show Two and Half Men. It was one of TV's highest rated programs. Warner Brothers cited Sheen's "dangerously self-destructive conduct" over the last several years.

ARI SHAPIRO, Host:

Let's take a moment now to recap that other story from California. Yes, the one about the warlock with tiger blood, who's tired of pretending he's not special.

RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:

Charlie Sheen was officially fired yesterday from his show, "Two and a Half Men." It was one of TV's highest rated programs.

SHAPIRO: Sheen's Twitter bio now describes him as Unemployed Winner.

MONTAGNE: MORNING EDITION is on Twitter @morningedition.

SHAPIRO: I'm at @ari_shapiro.

MONTAGNE: And Steve Inskeep will be tweeting from Cairo, @nprinskeep.

SHAPIRO: It's MORNING EDITION, from NPR News. I'm a warlock, but you can call me Ari Shapiro.

MONTAGNE: And I'm just Renee Montagne.

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