Sheen Says He’s Ready To Work

LOS ANGELES (AP) — He may be taking a break from work, but Charlie Sheen is still making jokes, including about when his top-rated sitcom might resume production.

“Two And A Half Men” went on hiatus last month after Sheen was briefly hospitalized following a 911 call in which a neighbor said the actor was intoxicated and in pain.

In an interview on “The Dan Patrick Show,” which airs in syndication on radio and on DirecTV, Sheen said he was ready to get back on the set but those in charge of the series weren’t.

He said he tends to “unravel pretty quickly,” so suggested producers should put him to work him now.

Asked about when shooting would resume on “Two and a Half Men,” Sheen said it could be August 2014 at this pace.

CBS and producer Warner Bros. Television declined comment on when production might resume on the Monday night sitcom.

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One Comment

  1. Allen says:

    As I have said before, if this had been Joe Blow he would have been FIRED immediately. Of course the show makes a lot of money ($$$) for CBS so the producers are going to kiss his butt and just hope that he doesn’t do it again (like Lindsay Lohan). Give Mr. Sheen a dose of reality TV and fire him.

    1. Fire Guy says:

      He makes the show. Wouldn’t survive without him. Besides, this is ratings gold for CBS. More publicity means more viewers hoping for unpredictable behavior on the show.

  2. Jackson says:

    This is old news…
    Is there anybody else around here that’s tired of hearing about this totally spoiled brat and his “problems”? The word stupid comes to mind here!
    We’ve already heard it all. This guy is nothing more than a jerk that nobody out here in the real world cares about anymore.

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