Charlie Sheen continued his media blitz Wednesday, but he was apparently in a less confrontational mood than in other recent appearances, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In one of two radio interviews Sheen gave Wednesday, he offered an apology of sorts to former “Two and a Half Men” co-star Jon Cryer for calling him a troll.
"I was in a mood, and I threw that out there," Sheen said during an interview with K-Earth 101 radio in Los Angeles. "It’s a half apology–it’s an apol!"
Sheen was also supportive of Rob Lowe, who has surfaced as a frontrunner to replace Sheen on the CBS sitcom. "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 [paid]," Sheen said.
Asked whether he had advice for either Lowe or John Stamos–another actor whose name has come up as a possible Sheen replacement on the show–Sheen reportedly said: "Don’t look at the 177 episodes that I brilliantly did. Just park those! Ignore the 400 reruns every week that you can’t avoid. Cancel your Sheen app. I’d recommend, in all seriousness, that they make it their own."
In another radio interview, on Dan Patrick’s sports call-in show, Sheen talked about his firing from the sitcom, addressing one of the reasons Warner Bros. gave for the action. The company said Sheen showed up on the set in no condition to work and flubbed his lines.
"Flubbing my lines, wow … is that the best they got?" Sheen said on the show. "When I step into the lines on that stage, I’ve never been loaded once."