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Posted at 8:46 AM ET, 03/10/2011

This Day in Charlie Sheen...

By Lisa de Moraes

Charlie Sheen. (Greg Gayne/CBS via AP)

Rob Lowe cannot take Charlie Sheen's place on "Two and a Half Men," NBC's "Parks and Recreation" producer says. And not just because Rob Lowe is, well, Rob Lowe, and Charlie Sheen is Charlie Sheen. But because he's under a multi-year contract to star in "Parks and Rec," Michael Schur told fans attending the Paley Center's annual TV festival in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, talking-head-between-gigs Keith Olbermann insists the Sheen catchphrases that are taking the nation by storm are really the work of San Fransisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson.

By Lisa de Moraes  | March 10, 2011; 8:46 AM ET
Categories:  Charlie Sheen  
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Just checked out the latest on the “Two and a Half Men” star:

It’s “A Day in the Life of Charlie Sheen.” On theloopnow.com.


Posted by: kcmildcat | March 10, 2011 1:03 PM | Report abuse

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