Sheen Tries to Lorre Back His Job
The Violent Torpedo of Truth for Charlie Sheen is that he never should've quit his day job. While his spoken word tour has earned him mixed reviews, the out-of-work actor seems to be coming to his senses as far as his role on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. Sheen, who earned almost $2 million per episode, told his New York audience that he would like series creator Chuck Lorre to come to his next show so they can "work this sh*t out." The 45-year-old drug and sex addict is now changing his tune about being fired from the hit show. According to the Associated Press, Sheen maintains that he's ready and willing to return to the show that gave him a career comeback. "They fired me, man. I made them $5 billion and gave you guys almost a decade of entertainment and they fired me. I was having too much fun. What did they expect [when they paid me that kind of money]? Of course I want my job back." Sheen appears ready to mend fences and says, "Let's get Chuck Lorre at Radio City and let's fix Two and a Half Men." It seems like the troubled actor is now seeing the light after his maniacal meltdown, especially seeing how some of his tour has been panned by critics and audiences alike. One attendee of the Radio City Music Hall show told UsMagazine.com, "[It was] a total disaster. Just like in Detroit, he got booed and walked off stage early."