With Shows Like ‘The Other Two,’ Comedy Central Looks Beyond Its Core

The network’s primary audience has long been young white guys. A slate of new shows demonstrate how the brand is expanding beyond that more than ever before.
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Books of The Times: ‘Two Sisters,’ About Teenage Girls Who Left Norway to Fight With ISIS

Asne Seierstad’s new book is about sisters who went to Syria without telling a soul, and their father’s attempt to get them back.
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Woolly mammoth embryo ‘two years away’

US scientists say they are just two years away from creating a hybrid woolly mammoth embryo using DNA from specimens found frozen in Siberian ice.
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This Is What Happens When Couples Try To Wear ‘Undies For Two’

Ever thought about what it would be like to actually wear Fundies, aka couples’ underwear with four legs holes? We didn’t think so.

BuzzFeed asked four couples to try out four rather bizarre “couples” products, including The Armadillow (couples’ pillows), Smittens (shared mittens), matching sweatshirts and Fundies.

The results were interesting. For the most part, the couples had awkward and strange experiences, but one pair did say the Fundies “kind of brought us together in ways we didn’t expect.”

Hey, that’s something!

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Here’s The Reason Charlie Sheen Wasn’t In The ‘Two And A Half Men’ Finale

The return of Charlie Sheen to “Two and a Half Men” has been speculated about for months. And the show’s series finale, “Of Course He’s Dead,” included tons of Sheen references. Everything seemed like it was building up to a comeback. Then, it didn’t happen.

Sheen did, in fact, tease an “anticipated” cameo on Twitter, but it turns out that was for his upcoming appearance on “The Goldbergs.”

So what happened? Following the end of the series finale and its absence of a certain rock star from Mars, a vanity card from executive producer Chuck Lorre ran on-air explaining the situation:

I know a lot of you might be disappointed that you didn’ t get to see Charlie Sheen in tonight’ s finale. For the record, he was offered a role. Our idea was to have him walk up to the front door in the last scene, ring the doorbell, then turn, look directly into the camera and go off on a maniacal rant about the dangers of drug abuse. He would then explain that these dangers only applied to average people. That he was far from average. He was a ninja warrior from Mars. He was invincible.

And then we would drop a piano on him.

We thought it was funny.

He didn’t.

Instead, he wanted us to write a heart warming scene that would set up his return to primetime TV in a new sitcom called The Harpers starring him and Jon Cryer.

We thought that was funny too.

Despite the lack of warlocks, the finale pretty much had everyone else you can think of: John Stamos, Arnold Schwarzenegger and even Angus T. Jones. And though there was no Sheen, that didn’t stop his former character, Charlie Harper, from coming back in animated form:

Lorre and Sheen, of course, had a historic fallout that gave us memorable phrases like “winning” and “tiger blood” and even led to Sheen’s character being killed off from the show (or so we thought). But as the vanity card shows, it appears the two sides just couldn’t agree on how a comeback would be handled.

As a final ode to the show and the Sheen saga, the last moments of the series showed a Sheen body double getting a piano dropped on top of him, supposedly killing the character for good. Soon after, Lorre appeared and said, “Winning,” right before a piano dropped on him, too.
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“Two Butterflies on My Head…”

“Two Butterflies on My Head…”

‘Two Butterflies on my Head..’ is a metaphor (U. Moser) tocharacterize art and science, the clinical and scientificaspects of psychoanalytic work, themain subject of thisbook. International authors (from Switzerland, FRG, USAandSweden) have tried to open new perspectives to overcome the’theory-crisis in psychoanalysis’. They particularly focuson the interdisciplinary dialogue between psychoanalysts andsocial scientists, infant researchers, empiricalpsychologists, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists andpsychotherapy researchers and illustrate some of thetheoretical, clinical and scientific results of such anapproach.
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