Charlie Sheen Job Back. Actor Charlie Sheen desperately wants his job back so much that he’s convinced CBS will hire him. He just can’t seem to get Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre off his mind.
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During a Friday gig at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall — the fifth stop on Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour — the unemployed actor offered Lorre an open invitation to his next show in hopes of “work[ing] this s-t” out.”“They fired me, man. I made them $5 billion and gave you guys almost a decade of entertainment, and they fired me,” the Associated Press quotes Sheen, 45, as saying. “I was having too much fun. What did they expect [when they paid me that kind of money]?” Then he added, “Of course I want my job back.”
The actor — let go from the CBS series March 7 — then extended an olive branch to Lorre, whom he sued for a whopping $100 million in March and blasted for his “dictatorial laziness.”
“Let’s get Chuck Lorre at Radio City and let’s fix Two and a Half Men,” Sheen told his NYC audience. The series has been on hiatus since Sheen’s dismissal and a possible Sheen replacement has yet to be named. While Sheen may have made some progress in mending his relationship with Lorre, the rest of his Big Apple show was a bomb.
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