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Charlie Sheen leaves court in March 2010. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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Charlie Sheen's Media Tour Continues, But His Publicist Isn't On Board

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A PS22 Chorus member reacts to news that their glee club will perform at the Academy Awards. YouTube.com hide caption

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The PS22 Chorus Goes To The Oscars

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Charlie Sheen, Angus T. Jones and Conchata Ferrell star in Two And A Half Men, which will cease production for the season because of Sheen's recent personal problems. Greg Gayne/CBS/AP hide caption

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Jeopardy contestants Ken Jennings (left), Brad Rutter and a computer named Watson. Carol Kaelson/AP hide caption

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The Dark Side of Watson

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In this undated publicity image, contestants Ken Jennings, left, and Brad Rutter and a computer named Watson compete on Jeopardy! Carol Kaelson/Associated Press hide caption

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Charlie Sheen arrives at the Pitkin County Courthouse in Aspen, Colo., in August 2010. Riccardo S. Savi/Getty Images hide caption

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IBM's Watson computer system competes in a Jeopardy! practice round on Jan. 13 against two of the show's most celebrated contestants: Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. IBM hide caption

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On 'Jeopardy!' It's Man Vs. This Machine

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