After months of drink and drug-fueled partying, Charlie Sheen here attending Project Angel Food's 23rd Annual Angel Art ART=LOVE Benefit Auction, June 23, was hit by a bus.
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Charlie Sheen's "Two and a Half Men" character was run over by a bus and got a full-scale funeral.ABC did not say how it would deal with Roseanne's character in the new show, "The Conners," but audiences in the past have had little problem accepting sudden or dramatic changes.Characters whose names also provide the title of a show, like "Roseanne," are not immune to being disposed of.Next season, award-winning Netflix political drama "House of Cards" and Amazon's transgender show "Transparent" will return without lead actors Spacey and Jeffrey Tambor, both dropped after sexual misconduct allegations.Neither show has detailed how it will dispatch its main character.
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