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Following a February 2010 announcement that Sheen was entering drug rehabilitation, filming of the show was put on hiatus, but resumed the following month. On April 1, 2010, People reported that after seven seasons, Sheen announced he was considering leaving the show. According to one source, Sheen quit the show after filming the final episode of season seven, purportedly due to his rejection of CBS's offer of $1 million per episode as too low. Sheen eventually stated that he would be back for two more seasons. On May 18, 2010, the New Zealand website Stuff.co.nz reported that a press release issued by Sheen's publicist confirmed that Sheen had signed a new contract for two years at $1.78 million per episode. "To put a fitting end on the two and one-half months of whirlwind speculation, I'm looking forward to returning to my CBS home on Monday nights," Sheen was quoted as saying.
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Cast members Marin Hinkle and Holland Taylor expressed sadness at Sheen's departure and personal problems. Jon Cryer did not publicly comment on the matter. In response, Sheen called him "a turncoat, a traitor, [and] a troll" in an E! Online interview, although he later issued a "half-apology" to Cryer for the remarks. Sheen sued Lorre and Warner Bros. Television for $100 million, saying that he had filed the lawsuit on behalf of himself and Two and a Half Men's cast and crew; however, only Sheen was named as a plaintiff in court documents.
Sheen said he would watch his "fake funeral attended by [his] fake ex-girlfriends, from [his] very, very real movie theater, with [his] very real hotties in tow." His response to the season-nine premiere was very positive. He reportedly felt Charlie Harper's funeral was "eerie but fun", and that the introduction of Kutcher's character in a cloud of his own character's ashes was particularly enjoyable.
The night of the interview at Kensington Palace, Bashir and his crew go full Casey Affleck and Scott Caan in Oceans Eleven, dressing as stereo installers and driving a camouflaged van to her apartment. The whole royal family (including Charles and Camilla, who proceed to make very public displays of affection), watch the fireworks and blazing bonfires that commemorate Guy Fawkes Day outside. Inside, Diana lights a fuse of her own as she sits down with Bashir.
Charlie has never really been a great role model, and this appears to be the case when he makes a comment about "getting action" regularly and not needing a wife unless one has a sick desire to give away half of their possessions. Jake hears this and says it at his mother's house in front of her support group.
The song is called "Tishomingo" and is from Zach Bryan's album American Heartbreak. This is the third time that Bryan's music has been featured in Yellowstone season 5. Previously his song "The Good I'll Do" was played in Yellowstone season 5 episode 4 and then in Yellowstone season 5 episode 7 Bryan actually had a cameo as he and his band played a couple of their songs at the county fair, including "Motorcycle Drive" and "Summertime Blues." So it's fitting that he helps close out the first half of the season that he has already been a big part of.
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Seizing the opportunity, Jon strikes the White Walker, shattering his body into fragments of ice, confirming that Valyrian steel is just as lethal to them as dragonglass. The Night King, watching the entire battle from a distance, seems at least mildly intrigued by this turn of events. Meanwhile, Karsi fights off multiple wights before being confronted by a pack of undead children. Frozen by the horror, she is unable to resist as she is mauled to death. The White Walkers deploy another large host of wights, letting them hurl themselves over the cliffs above Hardhome. Jon, Edd, Tormund and the remaining defenders flee for their lives.
Jake and Eldridge ask Walden if they can take his $100,000 car to a party in the valley. Obviously not, but he decides to drive them. In the meantime, the kids thought of another app: a timer to see how long someone can hold their breath under water (Eldridge has his head in the sink, testing the concept). Walden, as childish as he sometimes is, kindly points out that it would be the same as any stop watch app.
Walt and Todd resume cooking meth, delivering shipments to Declan and Lydia, the latter of whom exports it to the Czech Republic. Over a period of three months, they perform several cooks in various bug-bombed houses while Skyler launders the drug proceeds and Saul watches the wires. During a visit to her children at the Schrader house, Skyler watches as Holly takes her first assisted steps. Marie makes a comment to Skyler that she and Hank feel they might be "enabling" her and Walt during their marriage troubles. She suggests to Skyler that it might be time for her and Walt to reunite with the children at their own home, in order to heal as a family.
While watching Thanksgiving Day football on TV, the gang decides to go outside and play a game of their own. The scrimmage eventually turns into a heated battle between the men and women, with Phoebe continually exposing her breasts to distract the guys (clutch play, Phebes).
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