Charlie Sheen to Write His Memoirs


Charlie Sheen says he's writing a tell-all book about life on the set of Two and a Half Men, "with details about what led up to the final implosion," and he'll be naming names. His working title right now is the serious-sounding When the Laughter Stopped. And since his spilled details may involve hookers, cocaine, and gossip about his co-stars, Sheen says he'll ask for $10 million from a publisher. In related news, if CBS cancels Two and a Half Men altogether, it could cost the network up to $250 million in revenue, unless CBS replaces it with another megahit. [TMZ, NYT]