50 Ways to Fire Charlie Sheen

Contest Info

  • Started: 3/1/2011 11:20
  • Ended: 3/4/2011 17:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 35
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
50 Ways to Fire Charlie Sheen
Contest Directions: Actor Charlie Sheen has been fired from his CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men." Ironically, the network didn't pull the plug because of the star's recent antics involving prostitutes, drugs and multiple hospital visits, or his advocacy of crack cocaine — it was an amazingly insane rant he delivered while speaking to conspiracy talk show host Alex Jones. During his interview, Sheen claimed he'd cured himself of drug addiction by blinking, ranted about his magical fingers and called his show's creator a "charlatan".
In this contest we ask you to show how CBS could let Charlie Sheen know he's fired - memos, official letters, billboards, post it-notes, postcards, magazine covers, or any other creative ways of your choice. If you choose the letter/memo type of entry you are encouraged (but not required) to make the letter/memo with attached (safe for work) photographic evidence of Sheen's actions that were the reason for firing.

Contest Info

    • Started: 3/1/2011 11:20
    • Ended: 3/4/2011 17:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 35
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
This gallery only contains our top 39 selections from its parent contest 50 Ways to Fire Charlie Sheen. All 35 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Charlie Sheen Fired by Donald Trump

    Charlie Sheen Fired by Donald Trump
  • Charlie Sheen Kicked Out of CBS

    Charlie Sheen Kicked Out of CBS
  • Dead Charlie Sheen with Tombstone

    Dead Charlie Sheen with Tombstone
  • Charlie Sheen Sniffing White Lines on Street

    Charlie Sheen Sniffing White Lines on Street
  • Charlie Sheen with a Bra on His Head

    Charlie Sheen with a Bra on His Head
  • Old Charlie Sheen

    Old Charlie Sheen
  • Charlie Sheen Fired Message in Coke

    Charlie Sheen Fired Message in Coke
  • Charlie Sheen on Fire

    Charlie Sheen on Fire
  • Two and a Half Men Starring John Stamos

    Two and a Half Men Starring John Stamos
  • Charlie Sheen Fired Via Twitter

    Charlie Sheen Fired Via Twitter
  • Charlie Sheen's Dressing Room on Sreet Door

    Charlie Sheen's Dressing Room on Sreet Door
  • Two and a Half Men Final Episode

    Two and a Half Men Final Episode
  • Pot Smoking Charlie Sheen Fired

    Pot Smoking Charlie Sheen Fired
  • One and a Half Men

    One and a Half Men
  • Trump in a Box Fires Charlie Sheen

    Trump in a Box Fires Charlie Sheen
  • CBS Charlie Sheen Canned Ham

    CBS Charlie Sheen Canned Ham
  • Charlie Sheen Fired

    Charlie Sheen Fired
  • CBS Shoot Charlie Sheen Out of a Cannon

    CBS Shoot Charlie Sheen Out of a Cannon
  • Charlie Sheen in the Subway

    Charlie Sheen in the Subway
  • Bomb Special Delivery for Charlie Sheen

    Bomb Special Delivery for Charlie Sheen
  • Charlie Sheen and the Chocolate Factory

    Charlie Sheen and the Chocolate Factory
  • Charlie Sheen Flushed Down the Toilet

    Charlie Sheen Flushed Down the Toilet
  • Charlie Sheen Fired on CBS News

    Charlie Sheen Fired on CBS News
  • Charlie Sheen Kicked off Two and a Half Men

    Charlie Sheen Kicked off Two and a Half Men
  • You're Fired Message for Charlie Sheen

    You're Fired Message for Charlie Sheen
  • Next Week Charlie Sheen on CBS

    Next Week Charlie Sheen on CBS
  • Charlie Sheen gets a Red Card

    Charlie Sheen gets a Red Card
  • Charlie Sheen Absolutly Fired

    Charlie Sheen Absolutly Fired
  • Charlie Sheen Gets a Pink Slip

    Charlie Sheen Gets a Pink Slip
  • Sheen Mugshot

    Sheen Mugshot
  • CBS Puts Charlie Sheen in a Cannon

    CBS Puts Charlie Sheen in a Cannon
  • Obama Fires Charlie Sheen

    Obama Fires Charlie Sheen
  • Charlie Sheen Fired on Hollywood Billboard

    Charlie Sheen Fired on Hollywood Billboard
  • Martin Sheen Fired

    Martin Sheen Fired
  • Sacking Charlie Sheen by Meteorite

    Sacking Charlie Sheen by Meteorite
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Carlos Irwin "Charlie" Estévez, working under the stage name "Charlie Sheen", was born on September 3, 1965, in New York, USA - He is an American actor and the youngest son of actor Martin Sheen. In the beginning of his career, Charlie Sheen appeared in the films "Platoon", "The Wraith" and "Wall Street". On television, he is known for his roles in the TV series "Spin City" and "Two and a Half Men", in which he has been acting since 2003. In 2010, Charlie Sheen became the highest paid television actor with an income of $ 1.8 million per episode. He is also known for numerous scandals in personal and public life, including drug abuse problems. Biography: Charlie Sheen's father is Ramon Gerardo Antonio Estevez (knows as "Martin Sheen") and his mother is Janet Templeton. Charlie Sheen has one more brother and two sisters and all are actors: Emilio Estevez, Ramon Estevez, and Renee Estevez. Young Sheen devoted very little time to study and showed a special interest in baseball. As a teenager, Charlie was really fond of it, and engaged in a special baseball camp and even achieved some success - his coaches were of the opinion that he should try out for the major league. But, Charlie Sheen decided to follow in his father's footsteps and chose films over a sports career. Shortly after this, for the first time, he appeared on the screen. Charlie Sheen was only 9 years but he was offered serious roles only after 10 years. Career: The breakthrough for the young actor came with the film by Oliver Stone "Platoon". Personal life: From 2002 to 2006, Charlie Sheen was married to actress Denise Richards. They have two daughters: Sam (born March 9, 2004) and Lola Rose (born June 1, 2005). From 2008 to 2010, he was married to actress Brooke Mueller and the couple has twin sons: Bob and Max (born March 14, 2009). Charlie Sheen is one of the most famous actors in Hollywood, who entered the Guinness Book of World Records. This was due to his personal page on Twitter. The fact is that the actor managed to have one million followers on his Twitter page. And it happened in just one day. Charlie Sheen started a social networking blog recently - on March 1. And a few minutes later, he had about 60,000 followers. After 25 hours, the number was more than a million. Presently, around 1.2 million people follow his micro-blog. The reason for such a large number of subscribers is the scandalous reputation of the actor. His last adventure was spending time in a hotel room with a prostitute. Charlie Sheen, who's career was under threat because of alcohol and drug abuse, stated that all is not lost for him and plans to sue his main employer - television channel CBS. Charlie Sheen believes that CBS had unfairly stopped the shooting of the successful comedy series "Two and a Half Men", in which he played the lead role. It became known last week that the shooting was stopped. As explained by CBS, the reason for stopping the shooting was because of the unacceptable remarks made by Sheen on an American radio programme against Chuck Lorre, creator of the show. Charlie Sheen, in particular, called Lorre a "clown" and "stupid" and also accused the producer of not appreciating his work. Following this, the management of CBS, at the end of January suspended the shooting of "Two and a Half Men". Later, CBS stopped the production of the sitcom because of Sheen's rehabilitation for alcoholism and drug abuse. Meanwhile, Charlie Sheen does not find himself guilty. "Everybody thinks that I should, like, beg them to take me back to work. And I just warn you, that it is they, who will ask me to come back to work"- said the actor for channel NBC. Charlie Sheen claims that, he never came on the sets in a drunken state or under the influence of drugs. According to the actor, he sometimes behaved strangely, but this was due to lack of proper sleep. Sheen also maintains that he never missed a day of shooting, admitting, however, that sometimes he does not come for rehearsals. Apparently, the actor is quite confident that he is right. As Internet-tabloid TMZ informs, Sheen demands CBS pay him for the cancelled eight episodes of the current season (for each, he receives 2 million USD, being one of the most highly paid actors on television). If the creators of "Two and a Half Men" decide to resume the sitcom again, then have to pay 3 million USD per episode to Charlie Sheen and offer 20 million USD for signing the contract. It is worth mentioning that Sheen's efforts have already begun to bear fruit. As it became known from AP, that CBS management has decided to pay the crew for the four un-shot episodes.
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