Charlie Sheen says he may stop doing interviews

Charlie Sheen called in three weeks after joining the show for the first time.

This could be my final interview,” Sheen said. “This is where it all began and where it all ends.”

Sheen said that he’s not happy with how shows are treating him. “Why? All they do is glad-hand me to get ¬†into my home, then they villify me,” Sheen said.

Sheen said that he’s partly happy to be done with Two and a Half Men because he can pursue something more creative than that “slag pit of redundancy.”

Sheen said rumors he had drugs or alcohol on set weren’t true.

Sheen also said that he really likes John Stamos and Rob Lowe as possible replacements.

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