Leave it to ‘Jackass’ star Steve-O to close a show with a bang. At the end of Charlie Sheen‘s Comedy Central roast, Steve-O dove headlong into Mike Tyson’s outstretched fist for reasons that probably only made sense to him.
After relentlessly badmouthing ‘Two and a Half Men‘ creator Chuck Lorre earlier in the year, ousted star Charlie Sheen got exactly what you’d expect in the season nine premiere: a supremely undignified end.
In this incredible amateur video which was shown on ‘Today,’ a group of heroic bystanders in Logan, Utah approached the wreckage of a car crash and lifted a burning, 4,000-pound BMW off the motorcyclist who was trapped underneath.
With the very public meltdown of Charlie Sheen and his expulsion from ‘Two and a Half Men,‘ viewers probably don’t need another reason to watch the reboot of the sitcom with Ashton Kutcher, which is set to premiere on September 19.
It’s bad enough that bears have been known to attack random hikers. Now the animals seem to have graduated to grand theft auto.
According to MSNBC, a bear gained entrance to a parked Toyota Prius in Lake Tahoe, California. Once inside the car, the animal destroyed the interior, then rolled down a steep 25-foot driveway after accidentally putting the car into neutral.
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