Is Charlie Sheen planning on a return to his old stomping grounds? Rumor has it that the actor might just be making his return to “Two And A Half Men”. Can we make this happen already?
If you’ll recall, Charlie’s time on the show was cut short in 2011 when he verbally attacked the show’s creator Chuck Lorre. He was fired on the spot and promptly replaced by Ashton Kutcher. Since, Charlie has been doing his TV time on “Anger Management”, but is keen on returning to the CBS show one last time.
E! Online reports:
Sheen’s rep Jeff Ballard tells E! News that Sheen and Lorre have a mutual friend, and “a balloon was floated so to speak…Everyone kind of went hmm, that could be kind of interesting. And that is the state where it is at.”
Ballard tells us that, from what he understands, Lorre is receptive and Charlie “most certainly is.” “[Charlie] would like to do that for all the fans that watch the show all those years and continue to watch it in syndication,” Ballard explains.
Sheen’s run on FX’s Anger Management could be coming to an end, as the show’s original 100 episode order has already been completed. “We are waiting to hear if Anger Management is going to get picked up for an additional 50 episodes,” says Ballard, adding that Anger Management premieres in syndication tonight on Fox across the country. “But either way he is making himself available to do Two and Half Men,” says Ballard.
Would you tune in if they resurrected Charlie Sheen’s character?