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Although CBS and Warner Bros. halted production on "Two and a Half Men" through the end of the season following Charlie Sheen's recent erratic behavior and comments, the crew will still receive payments.
ET can confirm that the crew will be paid for four episodes of work (although there were eight episodes left in the season). Those payments could add up to $2 million, according to EW.com. A source tells ET that the decision to pay the crew was not influenced by Charlie.
Charlie told the AP that the news is "a start" but that he wants the crew to be paid for the total eight episodes. Charlie also said he's not worried about his own paycheck, but says, "They're next," when it comes to seeking payment for his co-stars Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones, the AP reports.