Anger Management Season 1 Episode 3 ‘Charlie Tries Sleep Deprivation’ Recap 7/5/12

Anger Management returns to FX tonight with an all new episode. On tonight’s show Charlie challenges his group to do thirty-six hours of sleep deprivation therapy. If you missed last week’s double premiere episode called, “Charlie Goes Back To Therapy” and “Charlie & The Slumpbuster”, we have a full and detailed recap for you here.

On last week’s episode the premiere, Charlie returned to therapy after an unpleasant encounter with his ex-wife’s new boyfriend. Later, a forgettable woman from Charlie’s past showed up as a new patient in his group therapy. Charlie Sheen stars as Charlie Goodson, a former baseball player who lost his job due to rage and is now a non-traditional therapist specializing in anger management.

On tonight’s show Charlie challenges his group to do thirty-six hours of sleep deprivation therapy so that their “inhibitions come down and the truth comes out” – except the result turns out to be the exact opposite.

Meanwhile news was released today that Comedy Central UK has acquired exclusive British broadcast rights to the Charlie Sheen-starring series Anger Management.

Anger Management which premiered last week on FX drew 5.47 million viewers, becoming cable’s most-watched primetime scripted comedy series premiere in total viewers and the adults 18-49 demo.

Tonight’s episode is going to be another hilarious Charlie Sheen moment, that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of FX’s Anger Management tonight at 9PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know what you thought of last week’s premiere of Anger Management!


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