11 November 2013 11:29 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

It’s not easy to put “60 Minutes’” Lara Logan, alleged Miami Dolphins bully Richie Incognito and tiger-blood-infused loose cannon Charlie Sheen all in the same sentence, but this week, anyway, they have one thing in common: The half-assed apology.

Sheen’s Twitter olive branch to former boss Chuck Lorre might be the easiest to dismiss, simply because the actor’s behavior has been so consistently erratic the only reason anyone pays attention to his public musings is because, let’s face it, he’s good copy.

Fortunately, Sheen lives in an age where celebrities who are starved for attention — or prone to strange outbursts — have not only a vehicle to instantly disseminate their whims to the world, but a media that can’t resist craning its neck for any train wreck if it involves the rich and famous.

Incognito, meanwhile, chose Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, oddly, to offer a not-exactly-apology to former teammate Jonathan Martin, »

- Brian Lowry

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