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CBS Wants Charlie Sheen Back!

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Charlie Sheen predicted this a few weeks ago – but who listened? He said the TV company couldn’t afford to be without him and maybe it is true. Now, CBS President and CEO, Les Moonves, has stated that he wants to negotiate a solution that could return Charlie Sheen to his “Two and a Half Men” role!

Moonves is trying to smooth the way with top executives at Warner Bros., who produce the show, so that Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen can work things out between them and get the show back into production. It’s a bit of a shock, coming so soon after Sheen apparently spiralled out of control with chaotic behavior and his demonic media blitz that left millions of fans worried that Charlie had hit rock bottom. Maybe he really was “winning.”

“Moonves wants to get the show back on the air. He’s all for it,” an insider stated.

It seems that in this argument, Sheen will emerge victorious, as “certain people” ill have to swallow his recent personal rants and forget anything was ever said. Of course, that someone is Chuck Lorre. The time has come for “cooler heads,” the insider said, and execs are looking for ways to get Lorre and Sheen talking again. So is that likely to happen? When was the last time you heard “Charlie Sheen” and “cooler heads prevail” in the same sentence that made sense?

Will Charlie Sheen ever return to “Two and a Half Men”?

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