#Winning? More like #Confusing. Charlie Sheen confirmed to Ryan Seacrest that he's planning a return to "Two and a Half Men," but the rockstar from Mars may have spoken too soon.
While on Seacrest's radio show, Sheen said that he came up with the idea of a return to the CBS comedy, and the first step was to get over what happened in the past:
I said, "Let’s bury the hatchet, but let’s also put a bookend on this thing." I think I owe it to the fans. I owe it to myself. There’s an aspect of closure involved. I think it will be a a nice send-off. I have one idea, they have a couple others. We will get together soon and figure it out how that makes sense. But not just to honor what I did, but to honor what they did after I left. I think that’s important, too.
The only problem is that it appears producers don't seem to know much about this. Though Sheen has been talking about a potential "Two and a Half Men" return for months, Warner Bros. denied a TV Guide report that the actor has been in talks with producers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The studio had no comment on Sheen's latest remarks to Seacrest when contacted by HuffPost Entertainment.
Most remember Sheen's epic fallout with CBS and series creator Chuck Lorre in 2011. It was around that same time we learned the actor also has tiger blood and Adonis DNA.
For more from Sheen, head to Ryan Seacrest's site.