The show focuses on two Harper brothers, Charlie and Alan (Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer).
Charlie is a rich, successful Hollywood composer/producer and womanizer who owns a beach house in Malibu.
When Alan gets a divorce, he is forced to move into Charlie's house. Jones), the "half" who comes to visit Charlie and Alan on weekends.
After leaving school, Lorre toured the United States as a guitarist and songwriter.
He wrote Deborah Harry's radio hit single "French Kissin' in the USA" for her 1986 Rockbird album.
Lorre's second show was Cybill, starring Cybill Shepherd.
The show aired for four seasons on CBS and received critical acclaim, winning a Primetime Emmy Award in 1995 for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for co-star Christine Baranski.
However, CBS briefly canceled the show up until its eighth season following several incidents of production shutdowns allegedly due to Sheen's serious problems related to drug and alcohol abuse, which culminated in his verbal attacks directed at Lorre during a radio interview. hired Ashton Kutcher as Sheen's replacement, and the show was renewed for its eleventh season.
Sheen was officially fired from the show, and later filed a 0 million lawsuit against Lorre and Warner Bros. Lorre's fifth show was The Big Bang Theory with co-creator Bill Prady.
For example, card #245 explaining multiple issues with his employers: "I decide getting on staff at Roseanne would be a great opportunity for me, even though every writer who had ever worked on the show had been fired.
Four weeks into the job I deliver my first script and I'm almost fired. During a large aftershock I drop to my knees and pray for the sound stage to collapse and kill me.
This comedy shows through metaphor in light daily living struggles, the deeper challenges of life/existence for which every human has struggled for generations.