Charlie Sheen Vows to Show Up for Sitcom That Is No Longer Filming


Yes, Two and a Half Men has shuttered for the season in the wake of Charlie Sheen's latest and most damaging radio outburst, but that isn't going to stop him from from showing up to work next week. In texts sent to Good Morning America today, Sheen insisted that he is "100 percent clean" and will show up to film the sitcom this Tuesday as planned, even though there is no longer a shooting sitcom to film. (And if there were, Sheen's reiterations that creator Chuck Lorre was a "clown" and a "loser" would likely take care of that.) Meanwhile, Sheen's two other planned projects are in doubt: HBO executives insist that despite Sheen's claims, they aren't developing a show with the actor, and Morgan Creek CEO James Robinson said he's unlikely to be a part of Major League 3 in his current condition: "Obviously with Major League 3 there's a huge part written for Charlie's character ... but after dealing with Lindsay Lohan on Georgia Rule, I can speak for someone who has experienced the difficulties of working with an actor dealing with addiction. I won't go through that again. If Charlie doesn't straighten up ... I unfortunately can't put him in the movie." [TMZ]