On today’s edition of "The Dan Patrick Show," "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen called in to, among other things, set the record straight about his relationship with Chuck Lorre, creator of the sitcom.
Sheen, who called the show Monday as well to talk about his hiatus from the program, was eager to declare that he loved the Chuck Lorre vanity card that aired after Monday’s episode of CBS’s "Men." Lorre quipped in the card was that since he lives a relatively clean, healthy life, he would be miffed if Sheen outlived him. In Sheen’s mind, he said on the Patrick show, that was Lorre’s way of saying that Sheen is a "superman." Sheen said he liked the vanity card and has no beef with Lorre.
Sheen also said he has a return date on the set two days after everyone else reports for work Feb. 28, and he reiterated that he is ready to get back to the job.
In one of the more curious moments of the call, E! Online reports that Sheen offered some advice to Lindsay Lohan: "Work on your impulse control. Just try to think things through a little bit before you do them."
Sheen also sounded a supportive note regarding Lohan’s pending felony grand theft case, according to the E! story. "Now, check it, I was not there in the store," he said. "The necklace, the thing, the bracelet–who cares? I mean, they’re so desperate to vilify without fact."