Charlie Sheen planning to go to work despite show`s cancellation
Washington: Charlie Sheen is planning to show up for work despite CBS` decision to pull the plug on ‘Two and a Half Men’ this season.
Sheen took to the airwaves to protest the network`s premature shutdown of the production, and called his CBS bosses ‘Nazis’, reports Fox News.
He even compared CBS` efforts to enroll him in a formal drug and alcohol treatment program to the persecution of Jews in World War II.
"These people are a bunch of AA Nazis," he said, a reference to Alcoholics Anonymous.
"If people want me to succeed they should find the most comfortable chair in the frickin house, sit in it and lean back...because it`s about to get really gnarly," he added in an interview with Los Angeles radio station KLAC.
In the radio interview, Sheen recalled when Lorre, CBS head Les Moonves and other executives visited him at his Los Angeles home following his hospitalization after a reported coke-fueled binge with a bevy of porn stars.
"They said change your life and I did, in like an hour," he said, flabbergasted that they did not welcome him back to the set.
He noted that given the success of ‘Two and a Half Men’, he should have been greeted with "frickin tiny sandwiches, massages and hand jobs.”