During an interview on "Extra" Thursday, Oct. 30, Terri Seymour asked the 49-year-old actor if his sitcom "Anger Management" is coming back for more after it completed its 100-episode commitment to FX.
And in response, the Golden Globe-winning actor said, "If they want more, I will gladly do that. I don't know where we stand just yet. They'll make the decision or we'll make the decision."
"Never leave a hit show unless you're fired, right? Was that out loud?" added Sheen, referring to his infamous dismissal from "Two and a Half Men" in 2011 after making disparaging remarks about the show's co-creator Chuck Lorre and CBS, The Wrap reported.
When asked if he is still considering the possibility of him returning to "Two and Half Men" for its twelfth and final season, the actor replied, "I would definitely do it; if they'll still have me, I will be there."
"I owe it to the fans, I owe it myself. I owe it to Chuck [Lorre], Jon [Cryer]," he added. "I just think it makes sense."
The New York City-born actor also revealed that he has a "brilliant idea" on how they can re-introduce his character Charlie Harper to the show's finale if ever he will reprise his role. "I have a brilliant idea, but don't want to give it away," he said. "It's the type of moment I think people would talk about for a long time and it wouldn't get in anybody's way. Think it would be a nice tip of the hat."
As for whether or not he will be making a comeback, only time will tell. "They know I want to do it and I know they're open to it, so, guess we're just a meeting away from making it happen," he said.
In a recent interview with Parade, Cryer, who plays Alan Harper on the series, was asked if Sheen is going to make an appearance in Season 12, and he answered, "There are no plans for him to appear on the show as of now. But I have been surprised in the past. So who knows where it could go."
Also during a chat with HuffPost Live Thursday, Cryer, 49, also talked about his former co-star, whose past substance-abuse problems are very much publicized.
"Anybody who's had an addict as a friend knows that you live with this fear - you know, is the next phone call gonna be the one where something horrible has happened?" Cryer said of Sheen. "And I had that a lot with Charlie. And it was very, very tough to live with."
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