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|December 23 2014, 12:39 PM||#1|
Location: In the lap of squalor I assure you.
Anger Management is Over.
100 episodes in 3 years.
90 episodes in two years (that is listed as one season).
What we are seeing is not the future, it is the past.
A battery farm that produces TV.
Also I think they were afraid Sheen was going to do something stupid and they had to get the syndication package complete ASAP. The plan was to make a hundred episodes and stop. This was a controlled exit that begun with the first episode of season 2.
Considering his real life father was part of the cast, it's clear that Anger Management was the structure (self-medication/therapy?) that Charlie needed to get his life back on track.
"Bring me a new script or I'm going to do a line of coke."
I can see Charlie, not wanting free time, and everyone else having to follow his mania to work hard lest he play hard.
90 episodes in 2 years.
But the machine is in place.
Bruce Helford has a production unit attached to FX that thinks that it can make at least 50 episodes of a Two and a Half Men clone per year, and there's no reason that he should stand down other than dignity or selfworth.
FX just needs a new big-name Actor to drive their next clone.
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