LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A kinder, gentler Charlie Sheen is emerging after his bitter split from CBS.

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Sheen tells Entertainment Tonight that he feels no ill will toward Ashton Kutcher taking over his job on the hit show, “Two and a Half Men.”

“This opportunity showed up and the guy’s got kids and a wife and mouths to feed, and an opportunity to take his career in a different direction,” Sheen told Chris Jacobs.

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Jacobs also asked Sheen about a picture he tweeted of his family.

“Kids are great; Brooke’s doing great,” he said. “Everything these days, starting with health, family, you know, parenting, is under this overall heading of harmony.”

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Sheen is back in studio taping a Comedy Central roast that is scheduled to air next month.