Charlie Sheen was a guest on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show on March 1 and the world famous DJ appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Thursday night, giving his plan for how Sheen should move forward amidst his current woes.
"We want to put a microphone in your house," Stern said he told Sheen. "Anytime you feel like going on the radio during our radio show, we'll break into our programming and you can have control of the airwaves carte blanche. Go on the air and have "Charlie Radio" 24 hours a day because there's nothing better than that."
Sheen and Stern share a common bond and Stern dished on how he used this bond to wrangle Sheen onto his show.
Stern disclosed that he instructed his producer Baba Booey to "Tell [Sheen] Howard is a warlock warrior, and that I am prepared to go on the air with him and do battle because I was sued by CBS, as you know, and he's about to sue CBS. And I will commiserate with him and support him and I will be there for him. And sure enough he bought my bull----."
In a candid interview with ABC's Andrea Canning that aired Tuesday night on "20/20," Charlie Sheen confirmed that he will hit CBS with a lawsuit for canceling "Two and a Half Men" for the season. Some reports claim the suit will be for over $300 million.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" airs weeknights on ABC.