The self-proclaimed tiger-blooded Adonis warlock made headlines for several weeks, thanks to his maniacal tirades and erratic behavior. He kicked off his media blitz on the Dan Patrick radio show and spiraled into a tizzy thereafter, getting his kids taken away, getting himself fired from "Two and a Half Men" and getting into a lawsuit with Warner Bros. That's what we call not winning. But months later, the warlock bounced back with his "Torpedo of Truth" tour, a ratings-busting Comedy Central Roast and a new TV deal that will bring "Anger Management" to the small screen in a series form. "Two and a Half Men" killed off his character Charlie Harper and "That 70s Show" star Ashton Kutcher ultimately filled the show's bachelor quota.
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