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Charlie Sheen Wishes 'Nothing But the Best' for 'Two & A Half Men'

Charlie Sheen Wishes 'Nothing But the Best' for 'Two & A Half Men'

Charlie Sheen has no hard feelings towards Two and a Half Men nearly seven months after he was fired from the CBS comedy.

“From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season,” the 46-year-old actor said on stage at the 2011 Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday (September 18) in Los Angeles.

“We spent eight wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television,” he added, before presenting the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series award – “the category I used to be in” – to The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons.

The ninth season of Two and a Half Men, which co-stars Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones and the cast’s newest member, Ashton Kutcher, premieres tomorrow (September 19) on CBS at 9/8c!

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  • Steve

    John Hamm? I belive you mean Jon Cryer.

  • lohan#1

    Jon hamm needs a new agent…lol

  • teri

    I’m going to miss Charlie on TAHM.

  • Cabot

    Charlie Sheen had such a promising career and I am so disappointed to see the direction that his life and career has gone. He has done some great movies in his time such as Wall Street (1987), The Three Musketeers (1993), The Arrival (1996), Shadow Conspiracy (1997), Postmortem (1998), etc. I always wanted him to just do mainstream movies, particularly serious films and dramas, try to reach his full potential as an actor, join the A-list and try to win an Oscar. But now I have just given up on him. He hasn’t surpassed his father, Martin Sheen who still gets better roles and does bigger movies and he has become the laughing stock of Hollywood.

  • julie

    Well done tonight Charlie. Keep getting better. Will be watching for your new series. Good luck.

  • Bess

    Going broke has humble this a$$ wipe.

  • thighmegatampon

    he didn’t sound sincere. seemed like something his publicist made him do.

  • lily

    i don’t get it…Charlie did drugs and booze, beat up his wife and other “ladies”, but everyone hate Ashton who btw is a very nice guy…what is wrong with this world…

  • http://gossip-celebrity-news.com GCN

    His Roast last night was one of the funniest things… can’t wait for the unrated DVD version… lol

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