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Chuck Lorre says Sheen was offered to appear in the last scene, but the actor thought it wasn't funny and proposed a different idea instead.
Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a surprise appearance in the one-hour series finale of the sitcom which includes some references to the original lead actor, Sheen.
The 'Anger Management' star says the 'Nightly News' anchor is the victim of 'vile witch hunt' and calls the network's bosses 'hooligans, non coms, cowards and oligarchs.'
The former 'Two and a Half Men' actor says he is 'really embarrassed' by his mean tweet in which he told Kim to go 'f yourself.'
The comedy series led by the former 'Two and a Half Men' actor is officially ending for good after airing the 100th episode.
First look at the 'Anger Management' star as the 'Boy in the Police Station' in an upcoming episode of the 1980s-set sitcom has landed online.
The Walden Schmidt depicter was caught off guard when Ellen DeGeneres asked him if Sheen would return for the series finale, saying, 'If you smell something, I wasn't smoking it.'
Rossi, who announced that she and Sheen called it quits a few weeks ago, is currently recovering from drug overdose and is now in stable condition.
The 'Anger Management' actor says he's willing to return for the series finale of the CBS show if he's asked to because he owes 'it some measure of closure.'
The 'Anger Management' star announces their split in a statement, saying, 'We've mutually decided to go our separate ways and not spend the rest of our lives together.'
Margarita Palestino is suing the 'Anger Management' star, claiming that he 'grabbed her left breast and pulled her scrubs, then grabbed her bra strap and tried pulling it down.'
The 'Anger Management' star has sent a message to TMZ, slamming a technician at a dentist's office after she made up story about him pulling a knife on the dentist.
A representative for Sheen explains that the 'Anger Management' star had a bad reaction to medicine he was on and the one being administered.
According to a report, the former star of 'Two and a Half Men' suddenly went nuts before a procedure at a dentist office and pulled a knife on him.
The actor said he had made himself available to appear on the long-running show but Chuck Lorre said there had been no discussion.