Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Some of the crew on Two and a Half Men are reportedly upset, claiming that they're getting "screwed" by not getting paychecks while star Charlie Sheen is off in rehab.

Is it wrong to point out that they voluntarily went to work for a show headlined by a guy whose less-than-model behavior was no big secret? Or that the reason they're not unemployed like an awful lot of others in Hollywood is because of the big ratings Sheen is largely responsible for?