Charlie Sheen Gives An “Apol” To Jon Cryer, OKs Rob Lowe Replacing Him


Yes, we know, it’s all about Charlie Sheen these days! Are you “winning”? Are you drinking tigers blood? We admit, we love checking into his Twitter account for a chuckle, because hash tag: sheenskorner is where it’s at. We’re all apprised of the events — Sheen being fired from Two And A Half Men etc?  Right now, the recipient of Sheen’s vitriol, Chuck Lorre is in the process of shortlisting potential replacements for the role of Charlie Harper on the show. And apparently the fact that he reached out to actor Rob Lowe is A-Ok with the now unemployed proprietor of goddesses.  Sheen made the surprising revelation on an interview with K-Earth 101 (an L.A radio station), saying, “He’s a buddy of mine, he’s a beautiful man, a brilliant actor, and I hope he does it and kicks its ass because I still get pizz-aid [paid]…” However, Parks And Recreation producer Michael Schur says Rob Lowe has a multi-year contract with the show and won’t be donning Sheen’s bowling shirt on Men anytime soon.

With regards to the latter half of Sheen’s statement, Charlie plans to sue if he doesn’t receive his salary for the remainder of this season’s show, and for the whole of the next season. His argument stems from the fact that he feels he was fired wrongfully, and you know what that always means… money. It was during the same interview that Charlie offered a sort-of apology to now ex-costar Jon Cryer, for calling him a ” turncoat, a traitor, a troll“. Apparently, Cryer didn’t offer him any support so he’s mad, which seems to be a permanent condition for him these days. But during the radio interview, he offered an, “I’ll apologize to Jon right now, I was in a mood and I threw that out to somebody. I didn’t know they—well I kinda knew they were gonna print it, yeah I knew they were gonna print it. I confuse myself. It’s a little bit a half apology. An apol. The reason I was upset I didn’t get a text or a phone call or anything saying, “Hey, dude, back off, I got your back, or you got my back or there’s a back involved’.” And there you have it, Charlie’s addition to the lexicon—“an apol”.

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