The much publicised fight between Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre is something that anyone who was conscious for a decent portion of 2011, rolling over into 2012 and finally we're still seeing the odd spark fly here in 2013. The ego's protruding from these two very rich television personalities have allowed the odd drug-addled comment to escalate in a snowball effect eventually winding up in the demise of a few shows and a few careers. I am talking, of course, of the rather heated debate that escalated from a mixture of cocaine and Hollywood in the once popular sitcom Two And A Half Men. Since this scuffle occurred, many of the cast and crew have jumped ship, with others being forced to do the same. Now that most of the arguments have died down (hopefully, unless you're a journalist or a late night talk show host hoping for an easy day at work), let's take a look at how these incredibly far from affable jests ended up for everyone, from Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre themselves to showrunner's and the guy who co-created The Drew Carey Show looking to make a quick buck off a newsworthy celebrity and a decade old Jack Nicholson/Adam Sandler comedy (don't worry, there's an introduction in there for the less sleazily cultured of readers). Click "next" to find out!