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Michael J. Fox Thinks You Should Go Back To Men, Charlie!

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Back in the day, it was Charlie Sheen that stepped in for Michael J. Fox when he needed replacing on Spin City. Of course, those were totally different circumstances, but still, it is interesting who Michael thinks should replace Charlie now that he's been booted off Two and a Half Men?

His answer? "Charlie Sheen."

Like so many others (not us), Michael thinks Charlie should go back to work on the show that fired him a few months back. According to Michael, Charlie is still a "talented man" and "good friend" and he would like to see him get his career more seriously back on track. He added:

"You never know what goes on between a man and his network. We don't know the ins and outs of that relationship and we don't know the ins and outs of Charlie's mind. I just wish the best for him."

Well, there's the rub now isn't it. So far as we can tell, Charlie would happily return to the show if anyone from the show actually wanted him - which they don't so it makes this all a moot point, doesn't it!

Besides, once he finishes out this "tour," he'll be fielding all kinds of T.V. offers. He'll do alright by himself.

[Image via WENN.]

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4 comments to “Michael J. Fox Thinks You Should Go Back To Men, Charlie!”



  1. 1

    Spellcheck?



  2. 2

    I am so tired of Charlie Sheen. He is a horrible role model for young people and he used to be a good actor.



  3. 3

    Whether he wants to go back or not, isn't really the issue….I don't think he is wanted back at this point.



  4. 4

    The network should offer him the part back - at about 10% of what they overpaid him before. Thats about all he's worth, given the grief he causes. It would give him a chance to show whether he really wants to work, or just wants $$$.