As the star of Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen was the highest-paid actor on television. He was also something of a wild card -- but no one new just how wild until March, when CBS fired him. The actor responded with an epic public meltdown, defending his drug use, egomaniacal behavior and two-girlfriend lifestyle in a series of bizarre (but highly quotable!) interviews. Determined to keep the momentum going, Sheen even went on the road with a live tour. But for someone who was "winning," he sure lost a lot: his job, his publicist, both girlfriends, his house, and custody of his sons. Eventually, Sheen's tiger blood stopped boiling long enough for him to develop a new show: the appropriately titled Anger Management.