Charlie Sheen Interviewed On Piers Morgan Tonight

Let’s wrap up our day of winning on The Lowdown Blog with one more feature-length Charlie Sheen interview. This morning, we had Charlie’s interview with Howard Stern. The night before that, he had his first live interview on TV with Piers Morgan. It’s quite a bit more serious than the Stern interview that covers Two and a Half Men, drugs, Charlie’s party lifestyle, his potential status as a role model and more.

After the jump, we have the full 48-minute interview. Continue reading

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Charlie Sheen Interviewed On The Howard Stern Show

Charlie Sheen has been making the rounds as of late. He’s been on The Dan Patrick Show, The Today Show, 20/20 and Piers Morgan Tonight. But his best interview, by far, was Tuesday’s interview on The Howard Stern Show. They talked about Two and a Half Men, Chuck Lorre, sex, Charlie’s women, porn stars, his family and winning.

After the jump, we have the full 45-minute interview. Continue reading

Sunday Link-Off: Fail The King

I’ve been meaning to run this for a while but here’s Katy Perry from a recent issue of Esquire UK. I hope the US version was paying attention.

The big sports media story of the week was this Arash Markazi story about a night in the life of LeBron James in Las Vegas. (Google Docs)

Why was it such a big story, you might ask? Well, ESPN pulled the story from its website for the dumbest reason on record. (Deadspin) I’m actually shocked by this reason. I didn’t think that anyone from ESPN would pull their lips off LeBron’s ass long enough to dictate a statement.

Though that story might be the highlight of LeBron’s week. Here’s a hypothetical look of when LeBron meets up with Jay-Z for the first time since The Decision. (Food Court Lunch)

After the jump, profiles of a couple legends, a StarCraft II review, and a Bieber fail. Continue reading

Wednesday Link-Off: Hard Time

Today is a first for the WLO. It’s our first incarcerated leadoff girl with Lindsay Lohan who went to prison yesterday.

I said that the death of George Steinbrenner was a sad day for baseball but the death of actor James Gammon is worse. The man was the greatest movie manager in history. (With Leather)

Speaking of the Boss, does he deserve enshrinement in the Hall of Fame? (The Big Lead)

And here’s the story of a straight man playing in a gay men’s softball league. (The Good Men Project)

After the jump, more about The Decision, a Bill Murray interview, and Taiwan’s take on the iPhone. Continue reading