Hard-partying Charlie Sheen has a message for his "Two and a Half Men" bosses at CBS: I’m “peeing clean,” but let’s get rolling before I self-destruct – again.
The highest paid actor on TV, who has been in some sort of rehab since Jan. 29th when he was taken by ambulance from his Hollywood home after a 36-hour drug and booze pornfest, told the Dan Patrick radio show Monday: “I heal really quickly, but I also unravel pretty quickly. So, get me right now, guys!"
Sheen, 45, said he recently pounded on the doors to the Warner Brothers studio where the hit show tapes but “nobody was there ... I'm ready. They're not. Bring it."
The show is slated to resume shooting at the end of the month, according to Sheen’s camp, but a Time Warner spokesman declined to comment.
Sheen also had some advice for Patrick.
“Stay away from the crack, unless you can manage it socially."
Sheen said he thought he could handle it, but "it all blew up in my face, like an exploding crack pipe, Dan."
And what triggers Sheen’s binges?
“Boredom. It's about making things better, real or imagined."