Charlie Sheen Ready To Return To Work But CBS May Not Be

By Kelly West 2011-02-14 16:22:55 discussion comments
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DirecTVís The Dan Patrick Show spoke to Charlie Sheen today about his recent UCLA pep talk and during the call, also got some updates on his potential return to Two and a Half Men, which had to go on a production hiatus after Sheen entered rehab for substance abuse. From the sounds of it, Sheen is ready to go back to work, but CBS might not be ready to roll just yet.

ďWe are on forced hiatus. They said, ĎYou get ready and weíll get ready.í And I got ready and went back and nobodyís there. I donít know what to tell you, Dan. Nobody is thereÖI donít know what to tell you, man. Iím here and Iím ready. Theyíre not. Bring it, you know?Ē

From the video below, which features Sheen by telephone on the call with The Dan Patrick Show, it sounds like heís in good spirits and making light of his recent substance abuse issues.

Sheen went on to talk about getting cleaned up, stating:

ďYeah. Iím a man of my word, I have a contract. They said get your act together and I did. I think just maybe it was a timing thing. I didnít think it was going to happen this fast. Check it, itís like I heal really quickly. But I unravel pretty quickly. So get me right now, guys.Ē

Interpreting Sheenís tone and the things heís saying is tricky. Itís somewhat unsettling to hear him joking about unraveling pretty quickly, as a comment like that doesnít exactly scream commitment to sobriety. On the other hand, itís an interview on a sports radio show and it might be understandable for Sheen not to want to delve too deeply into his personal problems on the air.

Regardless, it seems as though thereís a disconnect between Sheen and CBS as to when and if the show will resume production any time soon.

The Dan Patrick Show airs 9 AM-Noon on DIRECTVís The 101 Network.
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