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Nevaeh Dibrof

Does anybody think it’s surreal how TBBT (a show about nerds: goody two shoes) is drama-free behind the scenes, while “Two and a Half Men” (a show about a womanizer, a leecher, and a general lack of morals) was full of drama behind the scenes?

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I’m basing this on the fact that both shows were created by Chuck Lorre, are his longest-lasting projects (coincidentally 12 years), and are chronologically next to each other on Chuck’s résumé (TAAHM premiered in 2003; TBBT in 2007).  Life imitating art.

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22 minutes ago, Lovelycoo said:

I’m basing this on the fact that both shows were created by Chuck Lorre, are his longest-lasting projects (coincidentally 12 years), and are chronologically next to each other on Chuck’s résumé (TAAHM premiered in 2003; TBBT in 2007).

 

And no. TBBT has never had any kind of behind the scenes drama. as far as we know but the cast and crew get along very well and like working together.  They have lot of fun from everything they have said, things that been written and photos posted.  And TAAHM was pretty drama free until the last couple season Charlie was on 

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Nah, life didn't imitate art.  The whole problem with TAAHM was Sheen was a drug addict, and was having a hard time hitting his marks.   There wasn't any drama after Sheen left.   How about you define slut for us, will you and who frowns upon those categories, you?  

What you don't seem to realize that if life truly imitated art, the cast of TBBT would be nerds, with the exception of Mayim, they aren't.  So why do you think TAAHM was imitating art because one one of the cast members had what you called a lack of morals?

 The difference is simply TAAHM had one major problem. TBBT didn't. 

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10 hours ago, Tensor said:

Nah, life didn't imitate art.  The whole problem with TAAHM was Sheen was a drug addict, and was having a hard time hitting his marks.   There wasn't any drama after Sheen left.   How about you define slut for us, will you and who frowns upon those categories, you?  

What you don't seem to realize that if life truly imitated art, the cast of TBBT would be nerds, with the exception of Mayim, they aren't.  So why do you think TAAHM was imitating art because one one of the cast members had what you called a lack of morals?

 The difference is simply TAAHM had one major problem. TBBT didn't. 

Bingo! Be that as it may, the show lost it's edge when Sheen was fired from the show. The replacement just wasn't as good. At least for me!

 

 

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