Actor Jerry O’Connell’s wardrobe for the new CBS comedy “We Are Men” doesn’t include a whole lot… mostly Speedos.
Watch the video to hear Jerry talk about the woes of wearing the tight trunks, then visit our Facebook page to tell us who looks better in a Speedo, Jerry or “Extra’s” Mario Lopez!
"Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with Jerry O'Connell in NYC to talk about his new role in the Broadway play, "Seminar."
O'Connell moved his wife Rebecca Romijn and twin girls, Dolly and Charlie, to the Big Apple. He hits the stage as one of four aspiring novelists who sign up for private writing classes in "Seminar." Jerry revealed, "Rebecca loves the show. She's been great. Really helping out with the girls... she's basically single-handedly raising our two maniacs."
It's still the number one sitcom, but can the show go on without its number one star? On Charlie Sheen's webcast Monday night, he declared, "It's my life... it's about winning."
Winning would be difficult for Sheen if CBS pulled the plug on "Two and a Half Men," since he would miss out on a staggering $30-million in salary alone -- and the network would be turning down $250-million!
After Charlie Sheen was formally let go from "Two and a Half Men" on Monday, the decision on whether to continue the show still remains, according to CBS.
If the sitcom moves forward with another season, the search to find Sheen's replacement would be the talk of the town. A few frontrunners rumored to take over include John Stamos, Jerry O'Connell and Rob Lowe. Who should replace Sheen? Vote now!
Would a new writer/producer get 'Two and a Half Men' back on the air? Full story at RadarOnline
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Actor Jerry O'Connell stopped by The Grove to chat with "Extra's" Mario Lopez about his new series, "The Defenders," and to provide a little insight into the joys of fatherhood.
Hollywood dad Jerry O'Connell offered some sage advice to "Extra's" soon-to-be dad, Mario Lopez.
"Everyone's gonna say, 'Oh Mario, it gets easier!' It never gets easier. It gets worse and worse and worse and worse," said O'Connell!