Chuck Lorre (born Charles Michael Levine October 18, 1952) is an American writer, director, producer and composer who has created many American sitcoms, including Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory.
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Chuck Lorre: To Do a Show Like 'Mom' Is an 'Opportunity to Apologize for “Two ...
TV writer Chuck Lorre apologizes for "Two and a Half Men.
Does any of my FB friends besides Shane Holt watch Big Bang Theory? If you do have you ever read the Chuck Lorre Vanity Cards at the end of the credits? Pay attention.
Today's News: My old childhood friend/next door neighbor Chuck Lorre has "apologized" for punishing the world for ten years with his "Two and a Half Men" series while accepting an award.
Chuck Lorre... I say this with humble sincerity: Go play in traffic and don't come out until you've been castrated,
Chuck Lorre is apologizing for "Two and a Half Men" -- sort of. The mastermind behind the hit CBS sitcom made reference to that long-running show while accepting an award for his newest creation,...
According to chuck lorre September 1 will be the beginning of the 12th and last season of two and a Half Men.
Chuck Lorre apologized for 'Two and a Half Men'
Chuck Lorre talks about the good mojo and humbling work of sitcoms - With four series in prime time this season...
I am reminded that Chuck Lorre, writer of French Kissin in the USA, wrote the sitcom Cybill (starring Cybill)
Exactly. Unfortunately this is why Chuck Lorre plagiarizes blind and she gets blackballed. Dont tell truth
Something the real Chuck Lorre said: "“To do a show about people trying to redeem their lives and to salvage and repair the damage they’ve done, for me, it’s an opportunity to apologize for ‘Two and a Half Men,’” Lorre deadpanned." This is the same Chuck Lorroe who is currently plotting the entire 12th season of Two and a Half Men personally, something he claims to be very excited about, and who also feels, apparently, no need to apologize for The Big Bang Theory.
Chuck Lorre, producer of “2-1/2 Men”, “Big Bang Theory”, “Mike and Molly”, “Dharma and Greg”, etc, in one of his humorous end of episode Vanity Cards (this one excerpted from episode # 257 of “Two and a Half Men”): Desperately unhappy as a teenager, I was sent to a therapist who determined that I was possessed by deeply disturbed spiritual beings that had been imprisoned in a volcano billions of years ago and then blasted with hydrogen bombs by an evil alien warlord. After the twisted spirits were successfully purged from my body, my depression magically vanished, only to be replaced by self-loathing arrogance and ulcerative colitis. This, of course, provided a natural segue into my current life as a twice-divorced sitcom writer. As a footnote, one of the tormented beings pulled from my body went on to unsuccessfully run NBC for several years.” :-)
You have got to read Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards. The sort of thoughts that I think most of the time (and I guess most people do), Chuck Lorre puts such thoughts into words, though more elaborately and eloquently than I think them. :)
The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show's Dave Griffiths takes an in depth look at the shows aired by Chuck Lorre Productions.
Pals are back in the studio along with American TV sitcom writer Chuck Lorre
Dammit, I just learned that the 80s cartoon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song was written by Chuck Lorre. I'm so conflicted right now.
One of the most successful television shows of this era, 'The Big Bang Theory' is an American sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, both of whom serve as executive producers on the show along with Steven Molaro. All three also serve as head writers. It premiered on CBS on September 24, 2007. The seventh season premiered on September 26, 2013. The show is primarily centered on five characters living in Pasadena, California: roommates Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper, both physicists; Penny, a waitress and aspiring actress who lives across the hall; and Leonard and Sheldon's equally geeky and socially awkward friends and co-workers, mechanical engineer Howard Wolowitz and astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali. The geekiness and intellect of the four guys is contrasted for comic effect with Penny's social skills and common sense Over time, supporting characters have been promoted to starring roles: Leslie Winkle, a physicist colleague at Caltech and, at different times, a lover of both Leonard and How ...
How many more Chuck Lorre hate crimes against common decency did CBS green-light for next year?
So, NBC has cancelled Community, after 97 episodes. This is only slightly shocking, given that TV is a business and not too many people watch Community. Still, it survived the firing (and rehiring) of pain-in-the *** auteur Dan Harmon, one of the few genius sitcom showrunners ever (Chuck Lorre is an egomaniac panderer.) Community is actually too good for NBC. It is ripe for pickup by Netflix or Hulu (there should be a bidding war.) Nobody will lose their job for cancelling it, but somebody should. The show has a basic premise, ripe with possibility. Seven students at a community college form a study group. The dean is a cross-dresser. Season 1 took a while to find itself, but by Episode 19 (Beginner Pottery) the show had legs. Episode 21 (Contemporary American Poultry) was a pitch-perfect Goodfellas homage. Episode 23 (Modern Warfare) belongs on anybody's list of Best Sitcom Episodes Ever - the pop culture references and resonances feed on each other in an exquisitely constructed confection. (Th ...
David Lynch is given creative control of all Chuck Lorre Productions.
The new episode of two and a half man takes you all the way back to seventies.I mean not technically but it some how rejuvenated the feel of "That '70s Show" Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart were totally reborn in a more sophisticated and matured manner.Chuck Lorre ,smooth again (y)
What does Chuck Lorre's vanity card say about last night's Big Bang Theory?
Still surprised is already renewed when Robin Williams' 1 will probably be cancelled. Chuck Lorre must have some influence at
WOW!! Angus T. Jones talks new religious calling, sports massive beard USMagazine, Monday, March 17, 2014, 12:00pm (PDT) Up until November 2012, Angus T. Jones had to answer to "Two And a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre, but these days he only answers to higher power. The 20-year-old former sitcom actor sat down with KHOU news station in Houston, Texas -- sporting a shockingly full beard -- to talk about his new religious faith and his time on the still-running hit comedy. "It was making light of topics in our world that are really problems for a lot of people," Jones said of his former show, in which he co-starred with Jon Cryer, Charlie Sheen, and, after Sheen's own dramatic exit, Ashton Kutcher. "And I was a paid hypocrite because I wasn't OK with it, but I was still doing it." Now studying in Colorado and working with the World Harvest Outreach Church in Houston, Jones feels badly for the way he left the show. In November 2012, he posted a video on the Forerunner Chronicles YouTube page, calling the CBS ...
Argh, that obnoxious laugh-free television program from the repellent Chuck Lorre, The Big Bang Theory, has been renewed through 2017. As they say, de gustibus non est disputantum and all, but man, does that stupid show suck like a Hoover that can do the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs—OH I MADE A SEEMINGLY INSIDERY SCI-FI FUNNY JOKE, AIN'T I HIGH-LARRY-US!? THROW MONEY AT ME, NERDS! Well, it makes it easier to gauge one's humor level.
Happy International Womens Day. Let David O'Russel and Chuck Lorre bask in their undeserved attention any other day. Today is Ours.
Now when you reach season 10, its good especially if the quality is still there but season 12 of 2 and a Half Men is bad...i still love the show but Chuck Lorre isnt making it easy anymore
Watching the new two and a Half Men and tell Chuck Lorre is just clutching at straws trying to make it entertaining. Not funny without Charlie
You sprinkle Chuck Lorre. You watch Girls Und Panzer. You stay at the Mia Farrow Inn. Good night.
Where do I want to be in 5 years? Telling Lorne Michaels I'd be honored to take his place, on my way to lunch with Chuck Lorre, while passive-aggressively ignoring a text from Seth McFarlane. He'll know because I'll turn my Read Receipts on, just for that reason. And he knows what he did, so he'll wait. Besides I'm busy and- wait I think Lorne can tell I'm not paying attention. I should nod and act interested. Whew, okay I think we're back in business. Are the seats in this limo real leather!? Oh, sorry...what was the question?
Does anyone else get a kick out of reading Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards? Those are the printed material that follow the credits on Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men, to name just a couple of shows. They flash fast so you either have to have recorded them or be able to pause your tv. You can find them on line also. Blatantly irreverent and funny.
Mind was blown today when i found out that Chuck Lorre ( creator of two and a Half Men and Big Bang Theory) wrote the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song .
Ok, Chuck Lorre has just improved the CBS evening line-up w/ four amazing guest stars on "Two& 1/2 Men" : Carl Reiner, Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway, & Gary Marshall !!
Ben Affleck joked he had been mistaken for Michael Fassbender after Chuck Lorre told the audience at the Annual Producers Guild of America Awards that he had a "big *** . Read details here:
In this behind the scenes clip from popular sitcom The Big Bang Theory, the cast and crew delight the studio audience with an impromptu performance. Watch as it even gets the show's creator, Chuck Lorre, on his feet.
Chuck Lorre told me he's hoping to have Bob Newhart back on later this year; plus, James Earl Jones is signed on!
It’s a nervous time at Chuck Lorre Productions. Yes, the company has some of the most popular television sitcoms of the modern era in their production schedule and founder Chuck Lorre has been in the industry since his days on “Roseanne,” yet the nerves will once again be surfacing as new show “Mom”...
"I'm thinking of writing a children's story about a leaf on a tree who arrogantly insists he's a self-made, independent leaf. Then one day a fierce wind blows him off his branch and to the ground below. As his life slowly ebbs away, he looks up at the magnificent old tree that had been his home and realizes that he had never been on his own. His entire life he had been part of something bigger and more beautiful than anything he could have imagined. In a blinding flash, he awakens from the delusion of self. Then an arrogant, self-centered kid rakes him up and bags him." -Chuck Lorre
Life without Chuck Lorre would be boring as ***
hope you didn't feel like Penny on the show. Read Chuck Lorre's VC, so I'm sure next time he won't dare to cut you out ;)
Why are you all following me, anyway? Do you all hate Chuck Lorre /that/ much that you need to read my vitriol?. I'd like to think so.
Chuck Lorre is simply brilliant. . I have nothing else to say.
Really need to find the motivation to take down the Christmas tree. .I hate that job! LOL On a side note, Joaquin Phoenix looks like he could be Leonard Hofstadter's brother with that moustache and glasses he has in his new movie. Seriously, Chuck Lorre take note.
Ok Friends unite, QUICKLY! Does anybody watch Chuck Lorre's MOM regularly? If you do tell me who is ALVIN??
Chuck Lorre, I love Big Bang Theory because it makes me feel that intelligence is cool, and not something to be hidden or ashamed of.
It's not truly a trip home until I shut myself up in my childhood bedroom to escape my parents' Chuck Lorre sitcoms.
Lived Vanity Card Can't wait for Chuck to get you "back" on BBT! Seriously. Make it happen Lorre!
Hey does anyone have a list of the Chuck Lorre TV comedy series. Ive just gotten into The Big Bang Theory and thought maybe I should give Two and Half Men a go once I catch up. I know theres Mike and Molly and Gary Unmarried anything else. Also descriptions and ratings out 5 would be awesome too.
That moment you finally pause the DVR at the perfect spot to read the Chuck Lorre message at the end…
J.J Abrams and Chuck Lorre are the best producers and directors.
Of course being a Chuck Lorre sitcom means I feel bad for about 30% of the jokes I laugh at, but I guess that's just the price I pay.
When sitting on the horns of a dilemma, ask the dilemma to use a lubricant - Chuck Lorre
Chuck Lorre is responsible for some of the least funny shows on TV.
Oh joy. "Mom" has a mute ethnic character. Chuck Lorre needs to come up with new character templates.
Coincidentally, "Two Cowards and a Bigot" is also the title of Chuck Lorre's new sitcom, coming this spring to CBS
Chuck Lorre I want to be just like you.
Hey what's it like working on I hope to be a writer for a show like that someday & I wanna work with Chuck Lorre
A wise man once told me that we all are God in drag. I like that. -Chuck Lorre-
A few episodes in, Charlie wearing a bowling shirt. "They don't breathe, they stink. I think I'll just /chuck/ it." [FYI Chuck Lorre]
Chuck Lorre Productions, been told that if you change your mind, you change the world – or at least the way you experience it. Let’s take a moment to examine that. The presumption is, if you thought the world was a hostile, ugly place filled with awful people doing awful things, that is what you’d see. Your mind would naturally seek out confirmation for its preconceived ideas (e.g., if you’re intent on buying a red car, as you go about your day you’ll see lots of red cars). If, however, you were able to sincerely change your mind and see that we are all God in drag, that we are the conscious aspects of a perfect universe which had to create us so we could bear witness and stand in awe before its loving magnificence, then that is the soul-shaking reality you’d be greeted with each and every moment of each and every day. In other words, it is entirely our choice as to what kind of world we live in. With a simple decision, we can suffer in the darkness or play in the light. We can be angry, frigh ...
A billion dollar Software Engineer (Walden Schmidt) was the best thing they ever added to this show.. Keeps getting better every time. Chuck Lorre is genius
Chuck Lorre Productions, (CENSORED) In film and television there exists a rule that all phone numbers spoken in dialogue or seen on the screen begin with the fake prefix 555. The reason for this rule is that somewhere along the line *** began calling the phone numbers used on TV shows and movies. This resulted in production companies and networks being sued by the unhappy people who were harassed by the prank calls from the aforementioned *** All of which means that whether you're trying to enjoy a humble sitcom or a hundred million dollar action movie, every phone number will begin with the hateful, illusion-wrecking prefix, 555. In tonight's episode of Two and a Half Men we tried to get around this dilemma. The phone number Charlie rattles off in the first scene is actually one number short of a real number. Then, later in the scene, he discusses a memory trick which involves replacing numbers with letters in order to remember them. If you check your phone, you'll see the letters we used, OXOFEMP ...
I just want to say that after watching a few if my favorite shows on regular t. V. Which are usually produced my the Chuck Lorre Productions you should really read the little things he writes they are truly funny. . Ok that is it.
If you agree that Richard Dawkins, Hugh Hefner and Stan Lee should have their own show directed by Chuck Lorre, please RT.
I think Chuck Lorre feels kinda Jesus these days...
Scientists believe that heat-death is the final state of the universe. I believe it will be when every television show on TV is Chuck Lorre.
Our whole universe was in a hot dense state, then nearly fourteen billion years ago Chuck Lorre started writing TV shows that never end.
Love that Chuck Lorre wrote about cut scene in his vanity card this week. Classy move.
"I believe that what doesn't kill us makes us bitter." ~ Chuck Lorre
Why I read Chuck Lorre Vanity Cards (reason) appeared normal. He spoke and behaved just like anyone else. The fact that he had no heart was very well concealed. Well, that's not entirely true. He did have one. It was just not in his possession at the moment. And this is where the story gets complicated. The woman who had the darn thing was blithely unaware of the fact. Well, that's not entirely true either. She knew that she'd left the relationship with more stuff than when she entered it, she just hadn't bothered to do a proper inventory. (Had she done so, she would have found several other hearts, as well as a few sets of balls.) Regardless, his dilemma remained the same. A woman had absconded with a vital organ and the gnawing emptiness he felt was a direct reflection of that vacancy. Well, that's not entirely true either. The gnawing thing had actually been with him since he was a child. He just liked to assign blame for the condition.
The guy does have a point ;) Chuck Lorre Productions, appears as if roughly half the people in this country think that they're in mortal danger from their own government. That's a lot of people sensing a lot of malice and threat. I worry that I don't see it. Sure, I see inefficiency and incompetence, but I've always seen that - regardless of which party's in office. And frankly, I've always welcomed it. I don't like my big bureaucracies to be cold, calculating, profit-making enterprises driven by a steely, clear-headed singular vision. A cursory glance through history would indicate that well-organized governments tend to enjoy well-organized parades, followed by well-organized ethnic cleansing. Which is why I celebrate the magnificent, muddle-headed ineptitude of our democracy. As far as I'm concerned, a little confusion and waste may keep the trains from running on time, but it also keeps people like me from getting a one-way ticket in a cattle car. Are our tax dollars being misspent on poorly run socia ...
she’s on a Chuck Lorre show now so you win.
Chuck Lorre's vanity card had me SOBBING at the end!! I hope you become very famous and all your dreams come true! :)
Can someone tell Chuck Lorre to STOP RIPPING OFF FRIENDS PLOTLINES! Also, that vanity card from TBBT was a cheap shot (like his shows!)
Chuck Lorre has never disappointed me, except that one time he fired Charlie & replaced him with Kelso
MOM pilot as bad as expected. Not sure I can forgive the love of my audio-visual life, Allison Janney, for agreeing to a Chuck Lorre sitcom.
Chuck Lorre is a class act. Hope to see you back there soon. Congrats.
Lexie, we saw Chuck Lorre's vanity card and immediately googled you! You are so beautiful!
I thought this was a joke at first (as Chuck Lorre normally cracks jokes at the end), well done for getting a 2nd go though!
Chuck Lorre's vanity card about Lexie was sweet. We always read them. There's one I want to frame for the bathroom.
i just read Chuck Lorre's vanity card and I met you. Big kisses from Spain. Hopefully we can see you soon. GOOD LUCK!
Chuck Lorre vanity card in the latest Big Bang Theory episode, S07E12 = total awww.
Question: if you could meet any writer from "The Big Bang Theory" leaving aside Chuck Lorre, which person you have never heard of would you choose before doing something else instead?
y'all made me cry not only cause of Penny & Leonard but also because of Chuck Lorre's apology at the end. What a great gesture!
I've just realized what Chuck Lorre meant when he rhetorically asked, "why would I want to share my inner most thoughts with strangers".
So season 7 of the Big Bang Theory is really impressing me. Either Chuck Lorre found his funny bone or he asked someone else to write all the dialogue for him...
Chuck Lorre's vanity card from last night's was very special. HT
can we set out to stop Chuck Lorre already? his shows are terrible.
Reasons for watching two and a Half Men 1) because it's funny 2)because chuck Lorre created it and he created The Big Bang Theory
Someone tell Chuck Lorre to never stop writing his Vanity Cards. I love them!!!
Drat, the Chuck Lorre vanity card isn't posted yet but I am exactly that way with names. Including the blanking during introductions.
How did people read Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards before pvr/dvr or did he not make them and it's a chicken or the egg scenario
Another Chuck Lorre masterpiece is on in reruns on IYV2,,, suits my work/TV watching schedule. So now 2 hours of Lorre,,, the Big Bang Theory and then 2 1/2 Men. Funny stuff good for the psyche.
Tell Chuck Lorre the only reason I watched last night's episode of The Big Bang Theory was to see Lexie Contursi but she was cut.
Chuck Lorre's vanity card for last night's Big Bang Theory was classy. I want to work with this guy.
I don't care how you feel about his shows, Chuck Lorre is an awesome guy.
Chuck Lorre Productions, going to let you in on a powerful secret. A secret so big, once you know it, your life will never be the same. Okay, here it is : Buy the problem, buy the solution. Got it? No? Alright, fine, lemme break it down for you. If someone can devise a problem and convince you that it is the cause of all your troubles, then they can sell you a solution. And here's the kicker: If you really believe in the problem, the solution will actually work. For example: If you can be conned into thinking that the reason you're unhappy is because your body is encrusted with evil spirits (the problem), there is an organization that will, for a very reasonable price (considering your dilemma), free you of the pernicious little devils and make you feel like a demigod (the solution). The same holds true with the thorny thicket proposed by another, more established institution: If you can be made to believe that your life is in ruins because you were "born in sin" (the problem), then salvation is just a do ...
I have no words to describe this feeling. Chuck Lorre left me this extremely kind message on his…
Chuck Lorre Vanity Cards, where have you been all my life?
In the middle of Sherlock mania, The Big Bang Theory returns but not really with a bang. This episode somehow fell short of my expectation. The humor was completely missing. Simply unfunny! Hopefully it is just a minor hiccup considering this season is very good and delivered 11 great episodes on a row. P.S:- The best part about the episode was the Chuck Lorre production part. :-)
One common thing between Chuck Lorre and myself: "we both think a lot; we both think nonsense." Ah, one more.. we both like Chuck Lorre.. ;) Here's what he thinks actually: Chuck Lorre Productions, like words. I like the way they sound, I like their subtle shades of meaning, their power, and most particularly, their ancient roots, their origins. For example, I recently became fascinated with the rather routine word 'miscellaneous.' To begin with, it really sounds great. Miscellaneous. I dare you to say it out loud and not smile. Plus, you can just forget its meaning and have fun with it. "Miscellaneous, miss a lot." Then consider its long journey from the Latin 'miscere' (to mix), to its current form. How did miscere become miscellaneous? Whose idea was it to drop the 'ere' and add the 'ellaneous?' And why? Were they drunk? Was it some sort of strange speech impediment that caught on with the general populace? Or more likely, did the French get hold of it and decide to do what they do best - unnecessarily ...
Chuck Lorre Productions, I feel more and more alone, my phone confidently connects with everyone. As I feel more and more lost, my phone calmly knows how to get anywhere. As I struggle to remember mundane things like the name of that movie with the boat and the guy with the lip, my phone smugly recalls literally everything. As I increasingly lose the nouns, verbs and adjectives that once stood ready to articulate my thoughts, my phone taunts me with its instant access to all the words there have ever been. There is only one possible conclusion. Slowly, without realizing it, I seem to have outsourced my mind to my phone. And to make matters worse, the *** thing knows it... and it's starting to screw with me. Several times during the day I feel it buzz in my pocket, alerting me that some vital information has just arrived. Then, when I look, there's nothing there. No email. No text. Nothing. Was the buzz in my mind? I don't think so. I think it's purposeful. I think my phone is mocking me. And it's not jus ...
The Chuck Lorre Vanity Card at the end of this week's TBBT was about how life imitates art which was imitating life in this episode...
The end credits (Chuck Lorre's weekly lil blog) of The Big Bang Theory was awesome. Check it out, it was awesome. Especially to all my aspiring friends trying to get in the tv and film industry. Never give up..
If you ever watch a sitcom on CBS wait until the end and read some of the notes that Chuck Lorre writes. I've been doing it for a few years now and while not all of them are funny, I feel like I have a little insight to how this man thinks. Actually I don't know if he writes them personally or someone in the office does for him. Nevertheless tonight's Big Bang Theory had a get one after the episode was over, it is Pretty cool Mr Lorre, pretty cool.
PGA Nominations 2014: Ten Features Reveal Where Oscar Voters Might Go, Weinsteins Shut Out Awards Cate Blanchett in 'Blue Jasmine' Nyong'o and Ejiofor in McQueen's '12 Years a Slave' The Producers Guild of America (PGA) nominees for the 25th PGA Awards have landed. They are are closely watched as harbingers of strength and weakness for the Oscars. The producers added ten feature nominees four years ago after the Oscars did; they're sticking to it, while the Oscars are still tinkering with trying to make their selection process fair. (Here's how the Oscar Best Picture selection works.) The surprise strong contenders are Focus Features' low-budget pickup "Dallas Buyers Club" and Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" (Sony Pictures Classics). And if we were worried about Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street," it is still in the running although the controversy about glorifying its anti-heroes has hit since PGA ballots closed. It's a good news bad news day for producer Scott Rudin: on the nominations list is "Ca ...
I think the Chuck Lorre's vanity card in today TBBT is the most thoughtful one, I'll wait for more Lexie Contursi in the future! :D
So my family thinks I am crazy, but I pause the tv after Chuck Lorre shows to read the Vanity Cards-some are stupid, funny, political or personal…but they all pass really quick (about 3-5 secs) so you have to pause them……I have been doing it for years now and I found a site that has most of them by tv series. So, I can read them all. YAY! Can't wait to read the Mike & Molly posts. lol
How did Patrick Henry become a heretic? In the 1770's American orator and politician Patrick Henry famously said "I may not agree with what you say, but I shall defend to my death your right to say it." Charlie Sheen has a right to his opinions, however crazy and insane they are. I don't agree with him, but to vilify and demonize him from the show because of a feud with his boss is as crazy as he is. We live in a free society. Hollywood is not a tyranny and Chuck Lorre should not be a tyrant.
You know, I think I'm done with Big Bang Theory. While there certainly is humour in aspects of it, it really is quite abusive in its idea that people can only be judged by their appearance. There's all the talk about Howard's mom, who has supported him and catered to his ever need for thirty years and now tonight with Raj and Stewart's assessment of whether people in the mall were unattractive enough to talk to, meaning they were safe and, I guess, would be less likely to reject Raj because they wouldn't be as discerning or something - I think I could be spending my time watching more valuable programming. I initially thought it was better than Two And A Half Men, another Chuck Lorre vehicle which I wouldn't even consider watching, but it isn't that much better. Farewell.
Ever wanted to read those Chuck Lorre Vanity Cards after the sitcom ends but they flash to fast to read, here is a link to read them all. In reference to shows like Mom, Big Bang Theory, Two and A Half Men, and Mike & Molly.
This is mean, and I admit it: it's sad to me that Chuck Lorre is receiving an award with Norman Lear's name on it.
Now here's something I did not know. Chuck Lorre, known for Big Bang Theory and Two & a Half Men wrote this. May explain why I always found it slightly tacky.
TIL Chuck Lorre means more to Warner Bros.’ bottom line than Christopher Nolan. Also, The Big Bang Theory will soon become the most financially successful show of all time, surpassing Seinfeld.
So far 2014 isn't too bad. It will be a whole lot better if, this year, we eliminate the following: Organic foods Saying "Natch" Chuck Lorre Dubstep Selfies People who say "Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey" Clicktivism Using "Feels" when you mean "feelings" The Big Bang Theory The Duck Face Saying "our thoughts and prayers go out to _" after any global disaster. It is LITERALLY meaningless and worse than saying nothing at all. If you say nothing then you give the impression that you don't care (which you probably don't) but instead you're showing people you care enough to be aware of the problem but not enough to actually DO anything to help. Non-Gluten options Twerkin' Tyler Perry Saying "technically" when you mean "yes but please don't be mad" Totes Kim-ye Glee (the TV show, not the emotion) Describing yourself as a "_-Guru" Kevin Feige Bacon 9Gag Taylor Swift and Racism/Sexism/Homophobia/World Hunger/Global Warming and Misogyny... if we get around to it but seriously we gotta do something about Taylor Swift.
Chuck Lorre is an American television writer, director, producer and composer. Lorre has created many popular and successful sitcoms including Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, and Mom. He has also served as an executive producer of Roseanne and Mike &...
If the New Year granted me one wish, it'd certainly be to remove Chuck Lorre and all of his terrible '2 Broke & A Half Big Bangs' from television.
It is that time of year, when I shed the façade of Dr. Sheldon Cooper (Big Bang Theory…, Chuck Lorre…; look it up…) On New Year’s Eve/Day; Doctor Jack Daniel’s takes over my mental health and allows me to say things like; “I love you man…,” It was great to see so many of you in CA this month. Especially you Kari Nietz ( ah, Gigstad)…rgh. MJ; it will just have to wait until next time. To confess; PHS was a very difficult time for me…no one’s fault – circumstances beyond everyone’s control (isn’t it always…). The X-mas concert brought this back to mind. I just wanted to say now and for the record for everyone to hear (read; whatever). That if it wasn’t for Dan, Jeff and Ron; I probably would never have made it through High School. They were the best of friends, the kindest of allies, and the noblest of men. To this day I find myself ashamed to have been associated in their league – I was not worthy. It was not just limited to them, I think I page marked my yearbo ...
"I believe that the very act of believing in something causes us to distance ourselves from that thing, thus a duality is created: oneself and the thing in which one believes. Now since we all know that in order to fully understand a thing one must be that thing -- walk a mile in its shoes so to speak -- it seems obvious that the state of believing in something inevitably causes us to not truly understand that thing in which we believe. This noncomprehension leads to all sorts of difficulties. "I believe in love" has a better than even chance of leading to divorce, while "I believe in God" seems to end in variations on the Spanish Inquisition. But -- and it's a big but -- if one were love, one couldn't help but be affectionate and caring towards oneself and others. If one were God, one would act toward all beings and all things as if they were one's own creations. And that, my friends, is the secret of life in a two-second vanity card. Of course, the secret could also be 'Sit, Ubu, sit.' We have to keep a ...
We exist to bear witness. We had to be. The infinite needs us to see it. Without the perceiver, the perceived does not exist. That gives us leverage. Don't look until you get what you want. ~ Chuck Lorre
Wild and carefree dancing that celebrates your incredible and well deserved success is only allowed in on New Years Eve. Chuck Lorre
The reason you suffer is because you think your identity and worth as a human being are inextricably tied into your career. Don't think that. - Chuck Lorre
Dear, Chuck Lorre, thank you for filling my bored afternoons with Big Bang Theory...even I just having the third season pack!!! Live long and prosper!
So Kaley Cuoco is engaged to be married to some guy that isn't the one that plays "Leonard" on The Big Bang Theory. How will this affect Chuck Lorre and how he will write for the sitcom? As I recall, in a vanity card of his, he was rooting to the two to reunited just like Penny and Leonard did. By the way, thanks to "The CW" reruns, I saw the first and second episodes again. My, how much they look different, albeit slightly so! But, anyway, my point it more about how much Sheldon has changed. In the beginning, he too thought that Penny was pretty, but since then, he ranks Marie Curie as being hotter than even Scarlett Johansson. Hmm.
One of the gifts I bought Cherryle this year was season1 of "Mike & Molly" on DVD. For my money it's the best written sit-com currently on TV and yes, it is yet another Chuck Lorre production, Charlie Sheen, you're an ***
to let go of the fear and anger that imprisons my heart, to relinquish all childish expectations and live joyfully in the world as it is- not to wish or imagine it to be, to be free of the always craven and ever-craving ego, to be released from the endless hungers of the body, to see god in others, to see god in everything,to die without death and merge my consciousness into the cosmic sea of bliss from which I came. ...this is my souls journey. 17 March 2008 chuck Lorre vanity card my souls journey
Chuck Lorre Productions, been told that the act of forgiveness frees the person doing the forgiving from harboring dark, and ultimately self- destructive, emotions. While there is no guarantee that the transgressor will be relieved of shame and guilt, the forgiver will always feel better. In other words, forgiveness is, first and foremost, self-serving. Now I am all about self-serving, so for the last few years I have been practicing a sort of forgiveness mantra. Upon awakening and before retiring, I visualize those who have harmed me and imagine myself flowing love and compassion toward them. Additionally, I wish for them to have everything they could possibly want. I'm happy to report that it's working. Slowly, over time, anger has become resentment has become indifference has become amusement has become affection. And now I'm free and my heart is full. You believe me? Do I believe me?
Big Bang Theory is not actually about the theory of the Big Bang, it is just a sit-com in general, which includes scienctific theories and contains some inapproiate language, they have completed 7 series of this programme, and Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and currently in the making of series 8 which is a huge accomplishment to have gone on this far, along the way we have seen changes in the storyline, we have seem the arrival of Amy and Bernadette, Howard getting married, Howard going to space, Sheldon meeting Stephen Hawking, Leonard going to the North Sea and last but definitely not least Penny having several boyfriends, there are also many more to name, but these are just a few of the events in Big Band, and as the episodes go by, I am sure that we will see more secrets that become uncovered, such as Raj finding a commited reelationship, Leonard marrying Penny or maybe even with the slightest chance Howard making a scienctific discovery which is actually useful to the World of Science and Engineering
We experienced as an emotion, but the feeling of love, the desire to be close to the beloved, is actually an unconscious expression of the dynamic nature of sub-atomic particles eternally trying to regroup into the singularity that was their primordial state before the Big Bang blew them apart. -Chuck Lorre Productions vanity card
Sideways Smiley Face (1982-2010) Sideways Smiley Face died on March 14, 2010, surrounded by his loved ones. The cause of death was over-use. Born on a Computer Science on-line bulletin board at Carnegie Mellon University, Mr. Face devoted his life to pointing out that the previous sentence was meant to be funny. He also gained worldwide recognition for his tireless efforts as a glib substitute for the words “I’m amused.” His other interests included frowning and winking. He is survived by his children, Sideways Surprised Face, Sideways Glasses Face, Sideways Abraham Lincoln Face, Sideways Santa Claus Face, Sideways Pope Face, and, of course, his beloved wife, XOXO. In lieu of flowers, Mr. Face’s family has requested that people use actual words to express their feelings. -Chuck Lorre :-)
Has anybody ever asked Chuck Lorre if Sheldon Cooper is the smart cousin of Napoleon Dynamite?
Country songs I hope to write someday but probably never will My momma always told me to do what I love (So I joined the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) Chuck Lorre, vanity card
Does anyone else read Chuck Lorre comments after his shows. They are sometimes hilarious. I have to pause my DVR to read them, but they are worth it.
After all these years, finally discovering The Big Bang Theory thanks to recommendations from Steve Wilkendorf and Diane Hodges Harris. Sheldon and Leonard remind me so much of me and my middle school friend Frank Durda (Frank being so much like Sheldon and me more like a mix of he and Leonard). Gem for the day: "Don't forget that you are the product of a culture that went stark raving mad about 10,000 years ago. Adjust your thinking accordingly." - Chuck Lorre Productions
I think my dad is testing my sanity with these marathons of Chuck Lorre shows. I'm one episode of Big Bang Theory away from snapping.
My movie list is still in the works. But here are my top 10 TV shows of 2013. 10. Mom (CBS) This is one of two new shows to make my list for 2013. I know at first glance, Mom looks like just another Chuck Lorre comedy. And maybe it is. And I know it may look kind of trashy. And maybe it is. But the humor and laughs cannot be denied. Anna Farris and Allison Janney make up one fantastic comedic duo. There is something about the sweet delight of Farris mixed with the always dry humor of Allison Janney that just make for a paramount combination. But what sets this show apart from just being another CBS comedy is the very real struggle of the two main characters to turn their lives around after serious bouts with drugs and alcohol which practically destroyed their relationships with their families. It is the perfect touch of real world mixed with a whole lot of raunchy humor. Mom equates to the best new comedy of 2013. 9. The Middle (ABC) It made my list last year and it deserves its place this year. I still c ...
Chuck Lorre Productions, TRENDS Dead is the new ambiguous. Bipolar is the new undecided. Heavily armed is the new born again. Bald is the new head... and the new crotch. Hairy is the new face. Sheepishly admitting to having an STD is the new flirting. Purell is the new face of fear. Finding the time that's right for you is the new impotence. The smiley-face emoticon is the new "sincerely yours." Smoking is the new outdoorsy lifestyle. Looking forward to insanely expensive private schooling, thousand dollar a week nannies and soccer is the new yuppie birth control. Misinformed is the new patriotic. Veganism is the new "taste like chicken." Serotonin uptake inhibiting is the new crowd control. Texting is the new talking. Talking is the new singing. Singing is the new hubris. *** marriage is the new "be careful what you wish for." And finally, and only because I really need this to catch on, fifty-seven years old is the new forty-five.
Trying to contact Chuck Lorre, or anyone else high-up at "TBBT." Anyone here happen to know if 7800 Beverly Blvd is the correct address to reach him / them? Many thanks!
"Forgive me a moment of political reflection, but I'd like to take this opportunity to discuss something that's been on my mind for a very long time. I've always understood the Republican Party to have, as its central platform, the idea that human beings should never be dominated by a monolithic government which tells them how to live their lives. I like that. It feels like a fundamental truth, and I can't imagine any right-minded person finding fault with it. I've also noticed that there are many in the Grand Old Party who insist on telling people exactly how they should live. For example: Alcohol, yes. Pot, no. Straight marriage, yes. *** marriage, no. Jesus, yes. Others prophets, no. The death penalty, yes. Abortion, no. Capitalism, yes (by force if need be). Collectivism, *** no! Added to this is an inclination to find anyone who chooses these other paths to be deeply repugnant. All of which causes me to wonder, is there a middle ground? In fact, are there big political gains awaiting those of a cons ...
think I've located Chuck Lorre's inspiration for Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory). Michio Kaku is on a list of people I'd love to have a beer with one day.
All holidays are just the weird time of year when I again tell my family why I detest Chuck Lorre.
I'll pay the $5 but I want him to call Chuck Lorre at Warner Brothers: Two and a Half Men *** without him.
If you liked "Two and a Half Men" and/or like "Big Bang Theory," try out "Mom," produced by Chuck Lorre. I'm really enjoying it. Allison Janney is capable of breaking out of her C.J. Cregg typecasting from "The West Wing" (which is a wonderful character, mind you), and deliver us a young grandmother with a substance abuse history. Also present is French Stewart; the gourmet chef who's degree is from a Denny's, and has a hankering for fast food.
Why does Chuck Lorre have to make another tv show?
TV STATUS: Finished The West Wing, sobbed, watched Allison Janney's new sitcom "Mom" to help me get over it (DIGRESSION: She and the brilliant Anna Faris completely raise the show above its mediocre-est of mediocre scriptwriting [as is per Chuck Lorre standards] and are the only reasons for watching it, Rating C+), and am now burning my way through the first two seasons of The Newsroom. So far I really like it! Hooray for America! Wow! Hooray for news! One thing that's always so fascinating about Aaron Sorkin's writing is that he's really good at inspiring. Just the act of evoking inspiration. I don't think I've ever come across anyone so talented at making me want to have opinions about things — usually important things, too, which is both rare and pretty admirable. It's sneaky, but it's woven flawlessly into almost anything he does, and I admire that knack. It makes for wonderful TV. You can see why he did so much cocaine — the dude loves getting fired up.
Say what you will about Chuck Lorre, but the man simply knows exactly how smart people live and talk and relate to stupid people.
WE ALL NEED OUR TRIBES - A slightly amended version of CHUCK LORRE believe that in order to walk through grief, fear, loneliness, despair, confusion and anger without recourse to drugs,
Just putting it out there, Chuck Lorre should've been less of a sissy and NOT FIRED Charlie Sheen. The show was awesome before Kutcher took over. It's just not anywhere near as good. That's all I got.
Ok here is my piece on the whole Duck Dynasty scandal flooding every media outlet in the country, I do believe that he should be allowed to express his opinion. Which he was, he wasn't arrested or fined for his statement, he was removed from a nationally syndicated television show for insulting a group of American citizens. You know like Charlie Sheen for making anti-semetic remarks concerning Chuck Lorre. Did any of you rally behind him? Doubt it. So why Phil Robertson? If this was an interview with a member of Westboro Baptist Church you would be ridiculing them for being bigots. Move on people there are more important things going on in the world than the rantings of a Louisiana hick, like congress cutting VA benefits and cutting our soldiers meals down to two a day, or the atrocities being committed in Syria we are doing nothing about because they dont have oil fields. Wake up people!
Really getting tired of this crap with Phil from "Duck Dynasty". No one cried when Charlie Sheen was fired from "Two and A Half Men" for his rant about Chuck Lorre. Phil has his beliefs and I couldn't care less what they are but he wasn't fired for his beliefs, he was fired from a private network for badly representing the network and it's show. It's exactly the same as working at a restaurant and being fired for calling a costumer "a fat cow that doesn't need dessert". Rant complete, I'll shut up now.
Two and a Half Men was never the same after Charlie left - *** you Chuck Lorre
Why does 'Two and Half Man' last seasons *** Because Chuck Lorre put all is talent on 'The Big Bang Theory' ☺️. I LOVE YOU Sheldon Cooper❤️! I asked Santa for one of you !!
Chuck Lorre's vanity card need to apologize. In an earlier vanity card I made a derisive comment about a popular reality show because I thought its premise - a group of single women compete with one another to win the affections of, and ultimately marry, an eligible man - was more threatening to the sanctity of marriage than *** people tying the knot. After careful consideration, I now realize that I couldn't have been more wrong. My mistake was that I was looking at the show through the tired old eyes of 60's feminism. But we are clearly in a post-feminist era. The patriarchal sexism that treated women as chattel and dictated how much they could earn or how much control they could have over their own bodies is a thing of the past, a curious relic of a dark, unenlightened time. Likewise, the idea that a woman without a man was somehow incomplete has long ago been consigned to the overflowing dustbin of humankind's misbegotten thinking. Women are now free to do anything they want, and that includes going o ...
Just exactly who did Chuck Lorre sacrifice his first born child to in order to keep Two And A Half Men on the air?
I don't see the difference between Charlie Sheen getting fired for calling Chuck Lorre a Jew, and this bearded *** making LBGT offensive remarks working for A&E, how on earth is Sarah Palin taking up this war on ducks? You can't say/do things that *** of your boss or you'll get fired (even on TV), this shouldn't be news to anyone
While enjoying my new hobby ( watching old sitcoms on youtube) I found that 3 of my favourite sitcoms are written by the same guy (chuck lorre) : Dharma and Greg, 2 and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory :)
I just changed my profile picture and the amount of folk saying to me how much they love the Big Bang Theory Lmao :) It's the logo for the Flash which is on one Sheldon's more famous T-shirts, hence people have connected the two. Dc comics have already threatened to sue Chuck Lorre and W.Bros for millions over it's use and 'unlawfull' money making connection to the show. I think they should just let them get on with it. It's actually hightened the characters profile massively which is exactly what there trying to do anyway.
Chuck Lorre Productions, feed my dog every morning. Today he bit me on the hand. I guess he didn't get the memo.
A&E should just do what Chuck Lorre did with 'Two and a Half Men' and replace Phil Robertson with Kutcher. Not Ashton. I mean his mentally handicapped twin brother, Michael. That way he'd fit in with the rest of the cast.
Well let's see how this goes. I don't support *** marriages because of my Christian beliefs. I would never treat a *** person any different than if they were straight, I just don't agree with their life style. I do support freedom of speech however, and I have chose to exercise my right to do so. Phil Robertson did the same and is facing a lot more heat than I will for this post. That ain't right. *** right supporters want everyone to accept their life style and beliefs but the minute a Christian expresses his opinion on *** marriage they point their fingers and criticize. Practice what you preach. I will no longer watch A&E network. Dumbest financial move I've seen since Chuck Lorre Fired Charlie Sheen. There's my soapbox. Had to dance a little.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jay Leno, Rupert Murdoch joining TV Hall of Fame Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Rupert Murdoch and Jay Leno will be inducted into the US Television Hall of Fame. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced its list of 2014 inductees earlier in the week. Also to be inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 2014 will be Emmy-winning producer David E Kelley and television executive Brandon Stoddard, with a posthumous prize to be given to sound engineer Ray Dolby. Awards have been handed out annually since 1984. Louis-Dreyfus's induction will come on the heels of her receiving two Golden Globe acting nominations, for her series Veep and the movie Enough Said. Leno is being honoured for his work on The Tonight Show, the series that he will leave in February. The 2014 Television Hall of Fame ceremony will be held in Beverly Hills in March. Previous inductees include Bill Cosby, Carol Burnett, Alan Alda, William Shatner and Chuck Lorre.
Chuck Lorre is a genius! For people that don't know who he is he writes and produces two and a Half Men and Big Bang Theory!
I'm confused as to why a poorly designed website means affordable health care is a bad idea... ~Chuck Lorre
Chuck Lorre Productions, There are moments when I feel driven to tear through the sitcom surface of things and expose the rage, fear, greed, envy and lust that quietly fester in the shadows of my being. In order to accommodate these dark, corrosive feelings, I've decided to use my vanity card to begin writing a novel. The book will be a work-in-progress. This means you will often come across passages that will be re-written or simply thrown out. You will also join me in occasional episodes of writer's block and/or lethargy which bring the entire process to a grinding halt. A word of caution, I have never written a book before and fear I'm not up to the task. Of course part of that fear may stem from the fact that as I write these words, I don't know what the book is about. I just know it will have no easy jokes; just the bitter, hurtful truth that is our daily human condition. With that said, I now present chapter one of: HOPE DIES SLOWLY By Chuck Lorre I AM THAT I AM By Chuck Lorre When Larry Sudarkis wo ...
Chuck Lorre never mentioned his battles with Charlie Sheen over hit comedy series Two and a Half Men as he was honored as producer of the year at the 31st Annual Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors Awards dinner on Sunday in Beverly Hills. But it was clear that the memory still lingers.
Just watched last night's episodes of Mike & Molly and Mom. I didn't think Chuck Lorre could make 2 1/2 Men work w/o Charley Sheen but I was wrong. Now he's got these 2 shows making me laugh more than 2 1/2 Men. The man is a genius.
A little something courtesy Chuck Lorre and Sheldon. . .
Random fact the guy who wrote the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme tune is the same guy created two and a Half Men and the Big Bang Theory. Chuck lorre - No end to his talents.
Chuck Lorre Productions, Racism of King Kong In all three film versions of the basic story, we are led to believe that Kong regularly feasts on native girls. Female human sacrifice is how the locals appease him. Then, in each re-telling, he is transformed from mindless, blood-thirsty carnivore to smitten, suicidal love monkey by a skinny, blonde-haired white girl (Fay Wray, Jessica Lange, Naomi Watts). Given this behavioral trend, it is my contention that King Kong would eat Halle Berry. This troubles me deeply and I wanted to share it with you.
Does anyone out there read the paragraph at the end of any Chuck Lorre's sitcoms? Three nights a week there are brief descriptions of a writers life, with wit, intelligence and humor. At the very end of the show, very, very briefly is displayed a paragraph from the writer, Chuck Lorre. this evenings was almost apologetic with his lack luster love of life - I blame it on the holidays and empathise with him. If u r lucky and quick enough to catch the paragraph just after the credits on any of his shows, Big Bang Theory, Mike and Molly, Two Men (yuck), or Mom, post back and let me know what u think. Thanks.
Does anyone actually read those mini novels that Chuck Lorre puts at the end of his sitcoms?
Chuck Lorre - what a Genius to be able to relate the things we go through with his sitcoms!
Even though I'm not a fan of a lot of his work (I like Big Bang Theory), I have nothing but respect for Chuck Lorre because of the "Vanity Cards" at the end of the episodes of his shows. What a cool and personal idea. Chin chin, sir.
Whoever has written the Bernadette song deserves a bow..I dont know if it was Chuck Lorre or Barenaked Ladies ..I literally hope its the latter..but if you havent heard it.. listen to it.. i am humming for quite a while now..
THE RANDOMNESS: “Every day I feed my dog in the morning. Today he bit my hand, guess he didn’t get the memo” -Chuck Lorre
Created by Chuck Lorre, Dottie Zicklin. With Jenna Elfman, Thomas Gibson, Joel Murray, Mimi Kennedy. There could hardly be an odder match, but love knows no reason- assistant DA Greg Montgomery, the golden spoon son of successful businessman Edward Montgomery and his bossy spouse Kitty, the queen of...
Mom is a hilarious sitcom,chuck Lorre NEVER disappoints but, he must stop with The Big Bang Theory.
in addition to time slowing down as you accelerate, it also grinds to a halt when you're being courteous to a genius. . Chuck Lorre
I should more often read Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards. After last week's ep, I took the time to read it + felt truly inspired!!
Read the last chuck Lorre primetime capsule
Chuck Lorre has got to be the best director/producer.
Maybe Chuck Lorre should buy your script, save time on stealing it!
I'm pretty sure this is in everybody's opinion. "IMO, Jerry Bruckheimer > Chuck Lorre"
Chuck Lorre seems kinda dickish, but I love pretty much all his shows. He just gets me.
Chuck Lorre please don't stop writing your Vanity Cards I look forward to them as much as I look forward to your shows.
So, Chuck Lorre, Tyler Perry, and M. Night Shyamalan sink to the bottom of the Pacific in a locked iron safe. That's all.
Have you ever paused the TV after one of his sitcoms to read Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards? Here's Good stuff.
Chuck Lorre gracias por crear Friends, Two and a half man y The Big Bang Theory, Chuk is God!!! 👏👌
God made some people stupid on purpose so that Chuck Lorre can keep making tv shows.
'Look how small Chuck Lorre's parking space is. I bet he drives a humble Mercedes' -
. So Chuck Lorre will steal it, add *** jokes, cast unfunny people & put on Jan. schedule?
"I hear the phrase "it is what it is" a lot these days... To me, this represents the Zenification of America." - Chuck Lorre, VC
another of Chuck Lorre's shows, Big Bang Theory is also rife with transphobic 'jokes'.
Chuck Lorre should've given Charlie Sheen what he wanted. He'd still be making millions.
I thought Chuck Lorre was one of the writers?
Chuck Lorre vanity card He is concerned that the infrared beam which triggers public toilets to flush might cause cancer
After a massive failure to fill the gap of Charlie Sheen, Chuck Lorre is now starring Charlie's daughter in season 11. Mother of epic fails?
I love the banter in Two and a Half Men, Well done Chuck Lorre
I'd like to think killing Brian Griffin off was a Charlie Sheen/Chuck Lorre situation.
If I ever hear someone ever say Bazinga in real life I'll be pointing the finger at Chuck Lorre when I'm being arrested for murder.
CBS has the best sit coms by Chaim Lorre, aka Chuck Levine. Why be a name dropper. The Atlantic and Pacific names were both once named WATER
my 11:11 wish is always world peace ... and the total destruction of Chuck Lorre ❤️
Chuck Lorre please dont stop writing Vanity Cards, they are inspirational & humerous. The leaf story sounds great
What did Chuck Lorre trade good writing for, on all his other shows?
TV needs a new Chuck Lorre but with a ***
I was talking to Dad abt how Chuck Lorre is involved in so many comedy shows on TV right now.
Tell Chuck Lorre that 3 episodes of Mike & Molley and Vince has only said about 10 words Come on Man that's why you are losing viewers
Chuck Lorre, keep writing the Vanity Cards! Btw, love the leaf story. Very good.
Chuck Lorre: "I am confused as to why a poorly designed website [ with not enough bandwidth] means affordable health c…
Lorre please Do not stop writing your Vanity Cards they are truly enjoyable! Forever a fan!
Does the c in cbs stand for Chuck lorre?
BS. Jim Brooks and Chuck Lorre do NOT take notes. It is in their contracts. "Know for a fact." Please, child.
DR WHO 2014. Moffat secures deal with Chuck Lorre for TBBT crossover. Finally affords laughtrack. Matt regenerates from 'too much sass'
Chuck Lorre should just resurrect Charlie. This whoring *** daughter story is getting tiring n boring.
The clip is just weird. It looks like it was directed by Chuck Lorre with the tacky use of green screen driving backgrounds.
Charlie Sheen to make peace with his ex-Two and a Half Men boss, Chuck Lorre, and over the weekend he had some harsh…
Remember when watching original TMNT, the themesong is written by Chuck Lorre, producer of the Big Bang Theory. Sheldon Power!
."Network television" is code for ignorant cheap-shot writing a la Chuck Lorre. Ignore it, avoid it. Your brain will thank you.
"the first thing Chuck Lorre said to me was, 'Why is Melissa McCarthy a movie star and not a TV star?' --
"I got nothin." - Chuck Lorre in his latest post episode notes of :) lol
Just saw 4 seconds of The Big Bang Theory. It ends with "Created by Chuck Lorre." So is he responsible for all crappy TV?
chuck lorre just follows this drooling turd around and gives the raw dialogue to Big Bang Theory writers to structure into a story
it’s better than you would think a Chuck Lorre show should be. It’s a great mainstream show.
Chuck Lorre is a genius when it comes to making blue collar comedy for white folks
Allison Janney is so hilarious. It's really too bad she's in a Chuck Lorre series.
Chuck Lorre of two and a Half Men is a *** for firing Charlie Sheen and now not only does the show suck mow with Ashton Kutcher but it really *** without Charlie Sheen.
Sometimes, if it's very quiet, you can hear Jon Cryer weeping himself to sleep, just before Chuck Lorre shouts 'It's time for the meat whip!'.
I think I'm oversensitive because he's worst with Penny who Chuck Lorre still won't give a last name.
Here are some of the noted birthdays for October 18th . . . . . Rock-and-roll performer Chuck Berry is 87. Sportscaster Keith Jackson is 85. Actress Dawn Wells is 75. College and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka is 74. Singer-musician Russ Giguere is 70. Actor Joe Morton is 66. Actress Pam Dawber is 63. Author Terry McMillan is 62. Writer-producer Chuck Lorre is 61. Gospel singer Vickie Winans is 60. Director-screenwriter David Twohy is 58. International Tennis Hall of Famer Martina Navratilova is 57. Boxer Thomas Hearns is 55. Actor Jean-Claude Van Damme is 53. Actress Erin Moran is 53. Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis is 52. Actor Vincent Spano is 51. Rock musician Tim Cross is 47. Tennis player Michael Stich is 45. Singer Nonchalant is 40. Actress Joy Bryant is 39. Rock musician Peter Svenson (The Cardigans) is 39. Actor Wesley Jonathan is 35. Rhythm-and-blues singer-actor Ne-Yo is 34. Country singer Josh Gracin is 33. Country musician Jesse Littleton (Marshall Dyllon) is 32. Jazz singer-musician Esp ...
CBS orders full season of 'MOM'. Way to go! Allison Janney/Anna Faris/Chuck Lorre/French Stewart is a strong combination. MOMS beats DADS!
"I believe...the Laws of Karma do not apply to show business, where good things happens to bad people on a fairly regular basis."Chuck Lorre
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS | In 1952, Chuck Lorre was born on this date in Bethpage, Long Island, New York, USA
Well I'm burning up a twit verse just to say have a fab weekend whatever you are doing. Chuck Lorre, Steve Madden, & Whiskey. Alls well :)
Malign Chuck Lorre if you want, but he sold a sitcom about 20-something physicists and is MAKING MONEY FROM IT.
Oh yeah, today is also Chuck Lorre's birthday (creator of Two and Half Men, et al). Wonder what present CBS President Les Moonves got him...
Anna Faris' praise of Chuck Lorre's virtuoso guitar skills was not pandering, was it? Chuck is a genius.
YES! I hav anoda show by chuck lorre to add to my list...my ribs are cracking already.
I keep trying to watch and not be negative about it, but it's impossible not to hate Chuck Lorre. Nothing remotely funny.
Chuck Lorre Productions, vanity card is a bit fun.
Ironic Chuck Lorre's Bday is on the same day we celebrate 25th Aniv of show. He'll probably try to steal her thunder also.
Dunno how chuck Lorre does it! Big Bang Theory is on its 7th season & still as funny as ever🙌
Happy Birthday wishes to The Big Bang Theory Creator/Exec Producer Chuck Lorre who turns 61 years old today.
de 1952 nace Chuck Lorre, director y productor estadounidense (The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mike and Molly)
happy birthday to Lee Harvey Oswald, Chuck Lorre, Ne-Yo, Zac Efron, and Bristol Palin. I'd say its an all-around horrible day.
Chuck Lorre you clever funny man: Perhaps I've read too much science fiction, but I can't help thinking that the way out of this protracted battle over universal health care is a good ol' Edgar Allan Poe/Michael Crichton-style plague. Who's going to bicker over access to medical care or insurance deductibles if one wet cough from a busboy kills all the rack o' lamb-eating small government advocates in the restaurant? Who's going to fight against pre-existing condition coverage when it becomes frighteningly clear that we are all, rich and poor, smart and stupid, cute and inbred, swimming in the exact same bacterial soup? I'm betting no one. Because when that day happens, helping a sick person get well will not be an act of mercy or generosity. It will be the very definition of selfishness. And if history has taught us anything, selfishness rocks the casbah. Of course, there is plenty of sci-fi literature that takes this story down an even darker path. It involves everyone with a wet cough getting rounded u ...
[Fall TV 2013 Preview] Anna Faris is the new “Mom” on CBS: Chuck Lorre, the creator of “Tw…
Created by Gemma Baker, Eddie Gorodetsky, Chuck Lorre. With Anna Faris, Sadie Calvano, Allison Janney, Nathan Corddry. Centers on Christy, a newly sober single mom who tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley.
Rebel Wilson auditioned for Mike & Molly and "got kicked out for making up my own jokes. Chuck Lorre said 'There’s the door…
Just watched the first episode of "Mom" (new comedy from Chuck Lorre). Anna Faris and Allison Janney work well as mother and daughter. :)
You do realize D funniest character/crew on d Big Bang Theory isn't any of them yeah! Not even Jim Parsons but its Chuck Lorre.c end credits
Delayed reaction to Mom: I think I actually liked this one as much as I'd hoped to. The latest sitcom from Chuck Lorre, the draw here for me is the fabulous Allison Janney. Considering I've pretty much made a side gig of rooting for anyone who was on Studio 60, I was also pretty pumped to see Tom Jeter - ahem, Nathan Corddry back in action. I though it was a strong start, with Janney & (Anna) Faris displaying a knack for the "set em up & knock em down" joke rhythm the dialogue depends upon. I was a little iffy on the pilot's ending - it added an extra layer of complexity that seemed a little early for this new series, but we'll see where it goes. I'm looking forward to the next episode.
I didn't know Two and a Half Men was dis funny.. but Big Bang Theory is funnier. . Chuck Lorre knws dat himself
I must really like Allison Janney, because I just watched a Chuck Lorre show because of her ... not sure it'll stick though.
MOM is funny - like really funny. Like funnier than Chuck Lorre normally is. Anna Faris and Allison Janney are dynamite and French Stewart is really good too. Kind of shocked at how much I enjoyed it.
Then Ty Burrell will go on to have a recurring role in a Chuck Lorre show 10 years from now
I'm tired of seeing Jim Parsons win Emmy Awards ... he's so overrated. That's 4 years in a row a Chuck Lorre actor has won this award (Parson, Jon Cryer). Chuck Lorre just isn't that funny.
Bob Newhart dishes on finally winning his first Emmy during interview with Chuck Lorre -- VIDEO: .
Chuck Lorre interviews Bob Newhart about first-ever Emmy win via
(Groin). Not your best work, Cousin Ron. Little too Chuck Lorre for my taste.
I love the Chuck Lorre bits at the end of each episode. The "I hope you're holding someone's hand" one? Yep. Stifled.
Chuck Lorre wrote "...the allure of going full frontal whack-a-doodle". I LOVE it! Kind of how my temptations are running ATM. :-)
Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards are just exciting to read.
BBTheory? Not worth it anymore. Chuck Lorre, funny at first, then he ruins all his shows.
I'm in love with Chuck Lorre's Vanity Cards. Not even the shows anymore
My love for AJ is at war w/my hatred for Chuck Lorre. Not sure which will win. I wanted to be happy about her on my tv again :(
Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, the four smartest people on this Earth.
Chuck Lorre says the new season of Two And A Half Men will contain a lot less testosterone. That's cos Angus T Jones is being erased...
I think Chuck Lorre just suggested that Anna Faris will soon turn on him the way Brett Butler and Cybill Shepherd once did. …
is set in Napa Valley but Chuck Lorre says it's inspired by LA. "This is a city of second chances, or fifth and sixth chances."
People would kill to have that Angus role and he ruined it for himself. I don't blame Chuck Lorre at all.
The world will be a better place when all Chuck Lorre's shows are finally cancelled
Someday, it isn't today and probably won't be tomorrow, the Emmy nominations will not include a show written by Chuck Lorre. Someday.
"I'm as shocked as if Chuck Lorre were nominated as supporting actress!"
Chuck Lorre has a stranglehold on primetime cause his stuff appeals to all the mouthbreathers. BigBang, 2 Broke Girls, Mike &Molly
I get that it's the most watched comedy on TV, but it's lowest common denominator, Chuck Lorre stuff. AKA gargbage.
Also Chuck Lorre. I can't stand that evil egomanical ***
Chuck Lorre sitcoms are heavily scripted. Jim Parsons has said he's never watched Star Trek.
If u have S6 of Big Bang Theory, pause it at the end on Chuck Lorre's note (# 416) last episode (E24). Interesting read
Would somebody please have courage to tell Chuck Lorre, that not every single line on every show he has ever produced needs a laugh track.
Chuck Lorre. I respect this dude when it comes to comedy series'. This dude's a straight genius.
Chuck Lorre: Everytime I hear some1 comment on America's 1st black president, I cant help thinking "No he's not. He's more like a caramel."
Charlie was funny but it just got repetitive but Chuck Lorre who rights it is genius, he writes so many sitcoms
I dreamed I died. Then I dreamed end credits. I knew it was a dream when I thought if this ends with a Chuck Lorre Vanity Card I'm in ***
Chuck Lorre's Garden of Crap via i'm also into this. "get outta here chuck lorre!" is my new catchphrase
A brief discussion of Chuck Lorre's Garden of Crap:
If Chuck Lorre invented the viral video it would be called "Two And A Half Memes". *shows self out*
i guess chuck lorre should focus on.big bang awache 2 n 1/2 men.it has REACHED COMPLETION
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