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Posts Tagged ‘Two and A Half men’

Ask The Eye Your Boyfriend Could Be A Figure In The Fashion Industry

June 4, 2014

Dear Eye View

A close friend with whom I used to have regular daily contact by phone, email, or online chat recently moved in with her boyfriend. She has been dating this man for four years, but none of her friends or family have ever met him. Inquiries about when anyone will meet him are usually shrugged off. She even claims not to know where he works. I’m beginning to wonder if we were even the kind of friends I thought we were. I feel ambivalent about our friendship, which is making me act standoffish. We meet in a social context weekly so it feels awkward. Do I need to look inward and just deal? Help! I struggling with how and why to stay friends. At a crossroads … Confused

Dear Confused

I understand your concern. Maybe you’ve never met him because he is a she. Or maybe he is a figment of her imagination. There are lots of other possibilities and the imagination does tend to run wild when a close friend has been dating someone for four years no one has ever met, and she claims to know little about. I think you should confront your friend. Ask her if her boyfriend is a figure in the fashion industry. Hope this helps.

EV

 

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California Lacks Enough Doctors For Obamacare, Russell The Pharmacist On High Alert

February 10, 2013

As the state moves to expand healthcare coverage to millions of Californians under President Obama’s healthcare law, it faces a major obstacle: There aren’t enough doctors to treat a crush of newly insured patients.Some lawmakers want to fill the gap by redefining who can provide healthcare.They are working on proposals that would allow physician assistants to treat more patients and nurse practitioners to set up independent practices. Pharmacists and optometrists could act as primary care providers, diagnosing and managing some chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and high-blood pressure.

Russell the pharmacist on high alert..

Russel the pharmacists

Eye View Burbank, Two And A Half Men Have Funeral And Foreclosure, Much Like Ca Economy

August 3, 2011

I’ve got more information on the shrouded-in-secrecy ninth-season premiere of CBS’ comedy Two and a Half Men, which will feature the debut of new star Ashton Kutcher and which I now hear will be a two-parter. I have been able to confirm that Charlie Sheen’s character Charlie Harper is indeed dead and the season premiere will feature his funeral. Charlie’s girlfriends will come back for the occasion, and his house indeed will be put on the market. The episode will feature potential buyers coming to see the house (as I reported earlier, the list is expected to include real-life celebrities and stars from Men co-creator Chuck Lorre’s other series), with Ashton Kutcher among them. However, I hear he will not be the rightful owner of Charlie Harper’s digs by the end of the premiere episode, with the storyline expected to be extended into Episode 2. Two and A Half Men will have funeral and foreclosure with Ashton Kutcher carrying the note.. Mennnnnn

 

 

 

Lady Canadian Health Care Minister Wants Charlie Sheen To Call Her, Health Care In Less Than 2 And A Half Days

April 15, 2011

Television star Charlie Sheen is being warned not to smoke while on stage at Toronto’s Massey Hall.

Sheen has frequently been seen smoking on stage during earlier stops on his My Violent Torpedo of Truth tour, which lands in Toronto Thursday for the first of two shows.

Ontario Health Promotion Minister Margarett Best said Thursday public health inspectors will be watching to make sure Sheen doesn’t smoke on stage at Massey Hall.

Best also offered Sheen help to quit smoking, saying he should call her directly or the province’s smokers’ quit line.

American celebrities get to move to the front of the line to receive Canadian health care advise. Sheen gets to call lady Canadian Health Promotion Minister faster than 2 and 1/2 days.

 

Eye View Hollywood, Sheen Taking A Break To Give Thanks For His Family

February 2, 2011

As Charlie Sheen heads back to a rehabilitation facility, weeks of salacious headlines are now giving way to a steep financial price for the star’s behavior.

In fact, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that if Two and a Half Men is forced to shut down permanently, it could jeopardize as much as $250 million in domestic syndication revenue for producer Warner Bros. Television and millions more in lost ad revenue for CBS.

In its eighth season, Men is the most-watched comedy on television, averaging 14.7 million viewers, while it is second only to ABC’s Modern Family among the ad-coveted younger demographic of 18-49-year-olds. CBS sells 30-second spots in Men for more than $200,000, according to media buyers, generating more than $3 million per episode. Kantar Media reports that the show grossed CBS more than $155 million in ad revenue last season alone.

At this point, the final two new episodes are scheduled to air Feb. 7 and 14. (The first is fittingly titled “Three Hookers and a Philly Cheesesteak,” according to the CBS schedule.)

Sheen stated he needs time at home and give thanks for his family.