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Charlie Sheen kept his promise and called Wired 96.5 in Philadelphia this morning and opened up about "Two and a Half Men" possibly coming back as soon as next week.
"Absolutely, the gig is coming back and I have absolute faith in that," Sheen explains about "Two and a Half Men." He says they are getting close to something. "I see us back on the air with a few adjustments," Sheen adds. The show recently halted production for the rest of the season due to Charlie's recent erratic behavior and comments.
Sheen first called into "The Chio and Shila In The Morning" radio show yesterday after they flew a plane over Sheen's house with a banner that read in part "Call for your next role." Sheen called in again this morning and said he is open to the idea of working for the radio show. "I will make it a pit stop along the journey, along the odyssey," Sheen explains. He says he could work on his television show during the day and radio show at night.
Sheen says he cannot speak about the custody situation, but explains "I am not unhappy about the results." On Tuesday night, Sheen's twin boys with estranged wife Brooke Mueller were taken from his home following a court order. He explains he chose not to say goodbye to his boys that night, rather "See you later, it will be soon." He adds, "Dad doesn't lie."
Sheen says he is 0 for 3 in his marriages and this situation works for him. "They boil my tiger blood like a microwave on meth," Sheen explains of the goddesses.
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