Sometime in early to mid-September, Fiat filmed an ad with Charlie Sheen for the new 2017 Fiat 124 roadster. About a month later, the automaker started showing the ad to groups of dealers and Fiat boosters. On November 17th, Charlie Sheen went on the Today show to admit he was HIV positive, and had paid more than $10…
"Sorry I'm so fucking hammered," Charlie Sheen begins, emerging from the bushes of a Taco Bell drive-through. That's always a great way to start a conversation. Also, I'm not sure he's wearing pants.
You remember the song in Fiat's "immigrants" commercial last year? Well, it looks like Fiat sponsored a full music video that features Pitbull, Charlie Sheen, and Arianna. I sadly must admit that I kinda like it.
Fiat originally intended to show an ad they shot with "bad boy" Charlie Sheen during the Super Bowl, instead of the now famous "Seduction" ad. Here, finally, is the "too-hot-for-the-Super-Bowl" ad they contemplated showing, complete with model Catrinel Menghia. Sadly, however, it's not really all that hot of an ad.
Ashton Kutcher's already taken his place on "Two and a Half Men" and claimed Charlie Sheen's two-story mega luxury trailer. It's called "Baby Girl" and, at just-under-$9,000-per-week, it's got more screens than an Apple Store and more couches than an Ikea.
When Charlie Sheen ran late for the Washington, D.C. show of his tour on Tuesday, he somehow wrangled a police escort from Dulles Airport to downtown. Now everyone's asking who gave the OK, yet no one has admitted to approving.
Charlie Sheen isn't an F-18, but he is an EC-130 cargo plane specially configured for psy-ops. Some EC-130 flights over Libya have been going by the call-sign "SHEEN"— as in, "SHEEN 53, what's your altitude?" Other flights are "CYLONs."
America's top leprechaun Charlie Sheen sent a mechanic to retrieve the bus he used as a hang-out at Warner Bros. before getting fired from "Two and a Half Men." That's all he needs, this bus...and this ashtray... Thanks MarkB!
Earlier today, Mercedes called Charlie Sheen to tell him his Mercedes was at the bottom of a cliff along Mulholland Drive. Sheen left the keys inside and garage open and a thief nicked it, then apparently crashed it for giggles.
Although based on an eighties Dodge Daytona which is technically a G-platform, the Indy World Series Dodge Pace Cars nonetheless represent the apex of K-platform engineering. A Chrysler 2.2L topped with a Cosworth twin-cam head served as the mid-engine heart of this eighties automobile of the rear-drive future. Twin…