CBS and the producers of "Two and a Half Men" have been accused of "enabling" Charlie Sheen - of contributing to his drug and alcohol problems.
As I've argued here before, that criticism is more than a bit of a stretch. If any of us shows up to work and does a good job, is our employer responsible for what we do off the job?
And if anyone is "enabling" Sheen, it just might be the viewing public. His very public problems have not hurt his sitcom's ratings. If anything, you could argue the publicity had helped.