And why wouldn't he? The Warner Bros lot is very nice. He can go for a Monday morning stroll, but he's certainly not going to be doing any work.
Despite the fact that Two and a Half Men has been shut down for the season
and almost definitely forever, Charlie Sheen told Good Morning America that he'll still show up for work.
Our first instinct would be to say that this is pret-ty crazy, but who knows? Maybe it could be a blessing in disguise!
Here are some of our thoughts on positive things that could happen if Charlie returns to his nonexistent work on Monday:
- It'll finally hit him that Two and a Half Men is done, and so are those paychecks
- He'll stumble onto another set, and land an impromptu guest appearance/paycheck for another show
- He'll gather his own crew, shoot an unauthorized episode of Two and a Half Men, and leak it onto the Internet
- All of the Above
All jokes aside, don't try to return to work, Charlie. That bridge is burnt, and that ship has sailed. Time to move on.
[Image via WENN.]
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