Another Day, Another Charlie Sheen Talk Show Appearance
Sheen, whose personal life has been the subject of widespread tabloid coverage, phoned into Patrick's show around 10:30 a.m. ET from his California home, presumably to clear up comments he made on Monday's program.
Sheen, a three-time Emmy nominee for "Two and a Half Men," said Wednesday he intends to complete the two years left on his contract with Warner Bros. for the show, which is frequently the most-watched comedy each week. Production on the show has been shut down in the last few weeks while Sheen, who has been a patient in drug and alcohol rehab clinics, recovers from recent relapses.
Sheen denied that there was friction between himself and Chuck Lorre, the executive producer and creator of "Two and a Half Men," after Lorre wrote cryptic remarks on the vanity cards that ran at the end of Sheen's show and "Mike and Molly," the Lorre-produced show that follows "Two and a Half Men."
Sheen offered to advise actress Lindsay Lohan, whose name has similarly been in tabloids over her conduct in recent years. Sheen also reiterated his interest in having New York Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher interview him in a "tell-all" session. "It's going to be epic," Sheen said.
Sheen originally appeared on Patrick's show Monday after Patrick aired a clip of Sheen's appearance last week before the UCLA baseball team in which he advised the team to drink chocolate milk and stay off crack. Patrick's staff contacted Sheen, who agreed to come on the show, which he presumably watches each day. It was his first televised interview since production on "Two and a Half Men" was shut down.