Charlie Sheen got fired from “Two And A Half Men” last year and promptly went on to bash the show’s creator, Chuck Lorre. That triggered a meltdown that some would say is quite insane. Now that Charlie has moved on to FX with his new show, “Anger Management”, apparently all of that has changed.
Half-way through the show’s first season, there have been reports that the show has received an order for 90 more episodes. He said, “I’m not insane anymore.” That makes sense if you’ve been following his highly publicized meltdown and its aftermath.
With regard to the order of 90 more episodes, Charlie said, “I don’t think ninety’s gonna be enough.”
Adding to the “Anger Management” mix is Charlie’s own father, Martin Sheen. He will taking on a guest starring role as Charlie’s father in an episode slated to air on August 16th.
Executive Producer of the show, Bruce Helford weighed in on the “Two And A Half Men” debacle. He said that on “Men, Charlie didn’t really have a voice with creative input. It wasn’t built that way.”
He went on to say, “We built this together. And when Charlie’s on the stage, that’s his stage. When you feel that, your creative juices are flowing, everything is better for you, because you have a say in what you’re doing. When you don’t control your destiny, things get screwed up in your head.”
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