Lenny Dykstra To Get Chuckles Back On Two And A Half Men

You couldn't ask for a better group of people to combine forces. Former Major League Baseball player Lenny Dykstra —who in some ways is kind of like the Charlie Sheen of baseball— has vowed to get Chuckles back on Two And A Half Men with a little help from the lawyer who beat OJ Simpson:

"A month ago, Lenny contacted famed lawyer Dan Petrocelli — the guy who beat OJ Simpson down in the wrongful death lawsuit to the tune of $33 million — and asked him to go to Warner Bros. to restore peace and return Charlie to the show that had made him a fortune. Sources say ... Lenny contacted Petrocelli "With Charlie's blessing."" Unfortunately, rumor has it that the lawyer turned Dykstra down because it "would have been a blatant conflict of interest to represent Charlie at the same time he was representing WB".

Geri Halliwell's manager says her life with the former Spice Girl included "collecting her contraception and assembling her exercise equipment" and that Geri was the most "needy, self-absorbed and paranoid person I've ever encountered - and, believe me, they aren't in short supply in my business. One minute you'd be sitting in a car with her singing along to The Sound Of Music, the next she'd be in tears and saying her life was a mess, her career was all washed up and what was I going to do about it? Just when I'd be on the verge of telling her to get lost, she'd send cute little emails asking for my advice and telling me she didn't know how she'd survive without me." [Daily Mail]

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