Two And A Half Men Creator Commentary of the Day

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Two And A Half Men Creator Commentary of the Day
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Two And a Half Men co-creator Lee Aronsohn was recently asked about the current crop of female-centric TV shows, and unsurprisingly, the writer says he's had enough of them.

"Enough, ladies. I get it,"  he told The Hollywood Reporter. "You have periods."

He praised women like Whitney Cummings and Tina Fey for making it more acceptable to discuss taboo subjects on TV, "but we're approaching peak vagina on television," he added. "The point of labia saturation."

After getting called out by several critics, he apologized (kind of) via Twitter and wrote: "Yes, yes - it was a stupid joke. I'm sorry."

Can we assume another apology for inflicting Two and a Half Men on the public is also forthcoming?

[TheHollywoodReporter]

Canceled Collab of the Day

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Lindsay Lohan was set to do her opening Saturday Night Live monologue with Tina Fey, the writer who gave the actress her big break in 2004's Mean Girls, but the former SNL head writer had to cancel after her kids became ill.

"Tina was committed to doing the monologue with Lindsay but both of her children got sick," Fey's rep told the New York Daily News. "She was unable to participate as planned."

Fey has often spoken positively of the actress in the press, but after she didn't appear in the audience at Lohan's recent hosting gig, many surmised the 30 Rock star had given up on the troubled actress.

Last weekend's Lohan-hosted Saturday Night Live got mixed reviews, but ratings-wise, it was one of the most-viewed episodes of the season.

[TheHuffingtonPost]