We have heard next to nothing from Chuck Lorre about how he’s handling all the Charlie Sheen rubbish, and he usually (and understandably) has his lawyer speak on behalf of him in terms of how they plan to handle the legal proceedings. But last night, a serious vanity card appeared at the end of the Lorre-produced The Big Bang Theory that hinted us as to where his thoughts are. It read:
“Postcommunion difficult times as often as unlawful, what the people of God well by me, / it is not given any more of the world we may be able we may be able. Well I lie when it passed over for a time, difficult of late, that is to say, and surely the Old tossed from the way of my morose different places. Ali for their good, it’s certain that bullshit. As a way of thinking, done by good taste with hindsight – after you’ve gave forth from the breast shipwreck how evil God / it was decided to throw the whole to be content. No one makes use of something to comfort’s been a blow, or is turned you should offer from the JAM Bus FLESH-EATING bacteria (although in a matter of the right of which is able to hoot). The same, I hear, the lot, will go for this. Again, these are the words meant to reassure them of the new, but always in a certain way I think, leave me heartbreak, rage and grief to come, you may send me out of the kidney for a short on the incensed deep. Any one in the times of the estimation of the true one, I think best to be done to help, friendship, love of the sex by the art of food to play the form of the cup of tea pleasure pure and simple all the, well, I shall never forget God / he set the world to kill you in any way, you must. See to it that the next time you’re called to in the by consoling, trying to do. If you’re sense of impish, Perhaps, and endeavor to, according to the rules is indeterminate, and the comedy of pain funny after a time. Maybe you’re not yet to be had to putrefy, looking around his leg off and burn your house let him learn your CELLMATE or familiarity but a great idea of things to quickly. ”
If anything from that statement is clear, it’s that Lorre is fed up with people trying to get him to think about how things will eventually get better. It’s always hard in the midst of a crisis to imagine or recall a time when things were not so horrible, and it’s frustrating to be in a spot where everything you’ve earned and done suddenly seems almost worthless. However, it’s heartening to hear that he realizes everyone goes through unpleasant events in their lives, and that some day, it will all be hilarious. But I can’t imagine him appreciating that a hard day for us is a poop on the couch and a hard day for him is a $100 million lawsuit.