By now you’ve surely heard that CBS pulled the rest of this season’s episodes of “Two and a Half Men,” thanks to Charlie Sheen’s off-screen shenanigans. It was a big move for CBS, especially considering the show’s popularity. But does the show have to die just because Sheen is out? As Bullz-Eye’s Will Harris has things, no. In fact, he’s got quite a few eligible candidates for the series.
Here are just a few of Will’s choices:
Why he’d be a perfect fit: What, you mean besides the fact that the female demos for “Two and a Half Men” would shoot into the stratosphere? I don’t think anyone will deny that McConaughey is still a proven box-office draw when he’s playing against an equally pretty leading lady in a vapid romantic comedy, but the last time he tried to step outside that mold, we got “Surfer, Dude,” a film which might as well have gone straight to video, given how few theaters cared enough to screen it. Not that the movie jobs aren’t continuing to roll in, anyway, but we know how badly McConaughey wants to make “The Grackle,” a film which he describes variously as “the funniest script I’ve ever, ever read,” “a game-breaker,” and “a rule-changing role and movie.” Taking a high-profile sitcom gig would help raise his stock in Hollywood and might well put him in the position to finally make “The Grackle” come to fruition.
John C. McGinley
Why he’d be a perfect fit: Although McGinley might not immediately come to mind when considering someone to step into Sheen’s shoes, the actors have actually shared the screen before, albeit in a slightly more dramatic capacity. (After all those years of seeing him as Dr. Cox, you’re forgiven if you’d forgotten that McGinley was in both “Platoon” and “Wall Street.”) Admittedly, we wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t interested in taking on another sitcom gig so soon after wrapping “Scrubs,” especially if he has any desire whatsoever to make a significant play for more feature-film work, but he was so darned good at berating Zach Braff that we’d be lying if we didn’t admit to being kind of excited at the thought of pitting him against Cryer and Jones.
To see more potential replacements for TV’s wildest personality, head over to the Bullz-Eye Blog.
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A Bullz-Eye’s staff member had a chance to check 2eros, a new line of men’s sportswear and underwear aimed at highlighting the male physique. The brand’s name, which can be read “Zeros” or “To Eros,” is inspired by Eros, the Greek god of lust and love and a symbol of male virility.
Here’s an excerpt from our staff member’s 2eros review:
2EROS sent us a pair of men’s briefs and they are as stylish as some fancy shirts I’ve bought in the past – no kidding. The 2EROS brand offers a line of sleek and eye catching men’s sportswear and underwear for those who want style all the way and all day. Designed with the male physique in mind, 2EROS products accentuate the male form as long as you keep yourself in shape. Get in decent shape first then go out and buy your 2EROS gear.
For more about the 2eros line of products, check out the 2eros review at the Bullz-Eye Blog.
Bullz-Eye was recently contacted by Hairbond out of the UK to test out some new grooming products. A staff member was happy to oblige and post some impressions of the company’s new line of upscale men’s product.
Here’s an excerpt from his review:
First and foremost, the clear containers for the Moulder and Sculptor products looked extraordinary. I first tried the Hairbond Moulder Professional Hair Shaper, which creates separations with a matte finish. The Moulder boasts a strong flexible hold that gives immediate grab and high density texture while thickening your hair’s appearance. Hairbond Moulder worked like a charm and the red apple and pineapple scents were right on.
For more about Hairbond as a company and a full review of its products, head over to the Bullz-Eye Blog.
Among Bullz-Eye’s recent list of car reviews is the 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4x. The Xterra is an iconic model for both Nissan and the world of SUVs. While the design hasn’t changed much over the years, Nissan continues to spruce up the brand with the latest features and technological improvements. Still, the Xterra remains an off-road vehicle for the rugged man within.
Here’s an excerpt from a staff member’s 2011 Nissan Xterra review:
As sharp as the 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X the performance of this SUV just might be the top selling point. This isn’t a car-based crossover so don’t look for a luxury car ride. My bride and I both agreed that the Xterra was one of the funnest cars we had driven in a while. The truck feel of the Xterra was classic but also refined. The good qualities are alive and well but the overly stiff and bumpy ride is diminished. The 4.0-liter DOHC V6 engine provided plenty of power and, coupled with 16-inch machined alloy off-road wheels and 4-wheel drive, we stormed through the snow filled roads in Ohio. Overall, we were impressed with the power and handling from the Xterra. The continuous variable valve timing control system (CVTCS) made for smooth driving and the rear leaf spring suspension handled whatever old man winter had to offer. Gas mileage is also respectable at 15mpg city and 20mpg highway. The front independent double wishbone suspension with coil springs, a fully boxed high strength frame with front and rear stabilizer bars and electronic locking rear differential give the Xterra a unique combination of toughness and technology.
For the full review, check out the 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4x review on Bullz-Eye.com.
For our readers in the Boston area who like to be pampered when they hit the BarberShop take a look at The Barbershop Lounge located on Boston’s fashionable Newbury Street. The look and feel of this place looks amazing and if you’re looking for an upscale location for your haircuts and other treatments, The BarberShop Lounge might be worth checking out!