Two and a Half Men production may have been suspended for the remainder of the season due to the outburst from its leader star Charlie Sheen, but Sheen is reportedly furious that production of the show has been halted indefinitely that he is vowing to never return to production of the series ever again.
Below is what Sheen’s friend had to say to Pop Eater about Sheen never returning to the series again:
“Charlie is furious that they have done this,” a close friend of the actor tells me. “He has never been late for work, and what he does and says in his private life is none of [CBS’s] business. He feels like they have made billions off him, and now they dare to pull his show just because they didn’t like an interview he did. At this moment he would never return to that show even if they begged him,” another Charlie insider tells me. “He’s given these fools the number one comedy on TV, and their feelings get hurt over a stupid radio interview. Nothing would get him back on that set. It’s over. Done.”
Charlie may feel that strongly, but his contract is said to be for two years, so if CBS decides to try filming next season, he could be facing a really big lawsuit if he doesn’t show up on set. Given the train wreck that is Charlie Sheen, though, it is looking more unlikely every day that the Two and a Half Men we’ve known and loved for the past nine or so seasons will ever be the same. If CBS brings the series back, don’t expect Sheen back unless there’s a big intervention. Instead, CBS could spin-off the series with Jon Cryer and his TV son as the lead character.