Turns out it was all part of an elaborate
Turns out it was all part of an elaborate mac concealer personal journey from one mediocre sitcom to a slightly less mediocre one— a journey for Sheen, but also a journey for captive America. In a relatively short time, we’ve arrived at “Anger Management,” Sheen’s new show premiering Thursday night. It’s on the (rather gracious) FX network, which has entered into a cool and calculated deal with the unpredictable actor: If “Anger Management” makes mac eye shadow it through its first 10 episodes without a complete ratings disaster, the network will automatically order 90 more episodes, goosing a syndication deal that would keep Good Time Charlie at 30,000 feet. Now, if possible, let’s just deal with the fact of a TV show: “Anger Management” (which is based more or less on a 2003 Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler film) casts Sheen as “Charlie,” a former baseball player who became a therapist after he injured mac eyebrow powder himself during a tirade on the field.