In theory, Charlie Sheen will someday run out of bizarre and entertaining things to say. We're not there yet. In his latest bout of strange (yet somehow brilliant) utterings, the actor told David Letterman that he would like to go back on "Two and a Half Men."
There are, of course, oh-so-many issues with this desire. The first problem is that Charlie Sheen's character was killed off at the beginning of last season, something that Letterman pointed out in his interview with Sheen during the Monday (Jan. 14) episode of the "Late Show with David Letterman."
This did not faze Sheen in the least. "I am dead. But so is the show," the actor quipped. He followed this up by explaining, "I think they're doing the best they can. I think they have one more season."
Considering that this isn't so different from what many are predicting about the CBS show's future, »
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