I might just say it's Tig since you know I stand by my fellow countrymen. Marke Boone Juniour is the only one I've seen before besides Sagal and Perlman, as he was in Memento.
Mind you the only ron perlman movie i'd seen were both hellboys and so i'd never seen him regular/plain ron perlman before this show.
I liked deputy hale,but, he dead.
The worst actor ever is Mayor Hale, I mean Henry Rollins is fuckin Edward Norton compared to this guy.
Storage Wars is a guilty pleasure. Just like Pawn Stars and American/Canadian Pickers.
auction hunters all the way!
also is boardwalk empire any good. I'm not a huge steve buscemi fan so i'm cautious to watch it.
funniest show ever
Watched the new series "The Firm" and was pleasantly impressed with the first epipsode. Looks like an intense thriller.
Does anybody watch the show "Weeds"?
Sometimes shows run their course and should end while they are still on the top of their game. I think that should have been Season 5.
btw, what's with this dude. i mean he is literally in every freakin different genre of t.v. show out there right now.
i mean for frig sakes he's been in almost every t.v. show i've watched or used to. I guess that's what you get when you're a supporting actor though and not a necessary mainstay.
Looking forward to Charlie's new show "Anger Management".Source: Seattlepi.comQuote:
Sheen renewed his gripe that he felt underutilized on Two and a Half Men and that it didn't solicit his opinions on the show - but as an executive producer and profit participant in Anger Management, he promises to be very involved. "Every time I see [Anger Management executive producer Bruce Helford], it's like a hundred warm hugs," Sheen says. "To have my input welcomed is an alien concept to me."
Adds Helford: "Whenever I do a show with a star, then we partner. We're doing this together. Anything I do I run by Charlie and we talk about it. He's got great ideas and we're using those."
The show itself shares a title with the movie Anger Management, but little else. Sheen will play a former baseball player with anger issues who winds up as an unconventional anger management therapist. Sheen's character (named Charlie, natch) juggles his work and personal life - as he has an ex-wife, a 13-year-old daughter and his own therapist.
The character also works with two therapy groups: A private one, and one at a women's prison (that was Sheen's idea). "This is a show about how all of this affects Charlie's life," Helford says. "It's half workplace and half personal life but there's an organic flow back and forth... His life is way more screwed up than most of his patients."
Helford says he's looking to give Anger Management a "mature tone" similar to Roseanne (where he once worked) and the shows of famed All in the Family producer Norman Lear. "We have the license to do it," he says.
Sheen and Helford have already hired a writing staff for the show, and now plan to start casting next week. Two of the lead roles call for women in their late 30s or early 40s, "and those are going to be actresses that you know, I'm sure," Helford says.
Lionsgate (the studio behind the show) and its Debmar-Mercury distribution arm will initially produce 10 episodes of Anger Management. If that initial order hits a certain ratings threshold, then an order by FX for another 90 episodes immediately kicks in.
Under a heightened production schedule, more than one episode would be taped a week. "To do that kind of schedule, you need someone who knows their stuff, who has done this before," Helford says. "And Charlie is really sharp and really fast."
Although Management will be shot with multiple cameras and audience laughs, the show won't be taped in front of a studio audience. An audience will screen each episode later and their laughter taped to be used in the telecast.
as for the new sheen show. why couldn't they have named him Ricky Vaughan, would have been awesome. I'l be tuning in for sure though whether i have to pirate it or not.
you guys just love ignoring me don't you...