Charlie Sheen invites Chuck Lorre to his next 'Torpedo' show

Looks like Charlie Sheen is ready to make amends with his old boss. At least, that’s what he claimed during Friday night’s Violent Torpedo of Truth show at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. During the show, Sheen told the audience that he wants to work it out with Chuck Lorre — who he famously called a “clown” and “maggot” before being fired from Two and a Half Men — on stage at his next showing on Sunday in New York City. “Of course, I want my job back so you guys can keep watching the best f—ing sitcom in the world,” Sheen said at the show. We’ll have to wait and see if Lorre does indeed take up Sheen on his offer (his camp is not commenting on Sheen’s invite) — but, for the time being, we can only imagine what Lorre’s vanity card will read after this Thursday’s Big Bang Theory.

Click here for Owen Gleiberman’s full report from Sheen’s Radio City show.

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  • LOL

    Best sitcom in the world?

    • Jake

      Looks like “defeat is an option”. We all knew that drunk was going to crawl back and beg for his job. Major League rocks! WILD THING!

      • mlondeaux

        @lover – I wonder why the monitors of this blog allow BLATANT ADVERTISING for a singles website yet wouldn’t print my comment because it was too political? You even plagiarized another person’s comment to make it seem like you’re actually joining the conversation. What’s up with that, monitors???

      • Julie

        They should just hire him back and get the show back on the air. Lorre needs to put his ego aside.

      • tvenak

        Yes Julie.. you might realize that you have ego when someone depending on you for his or her paycheck calls you “b**ch”. This dumbf**k gets millions for playing dumbf**k. He is big sucker.

    • Chad

      Best sitcom in the world? What is Cheers coming back?

      • carolae

        Not only Cheers but Frazier….Niles was top notch and you were always laughing. This was a top notch comedy with Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pearce who left you doubled over with their rantings. I don’t even see re-runs!

      • mlondeaux

        My favorite is Will and Grace. There was no end to the situations they got themselves into. I loved the Barry Manilow episode and also when Madonna guest-starred as Karen’s roommate, not knowing that Karen owned the building. Once in a while I get lucky and see a rerun on late-night TV.

    • Cris

      Well, that settles it once and for all. Clearly he IS delusional.

  • Butters

    Sheen = Trump 2012 VP

    • Timmy

      Nah, more like Palin’s VP choice. Neither make any sense when they open their mouths

  • josh

    2 and a Half Men is horrible. Embarrassingly bad.

  • Tully Mars

    I like 2 and 1/2 Men but after watching Sheen act like a**hat for the last few weeks (months?) I can’t even watch the reruns without gagging. Feel sorry for everyone who lost their job due to his BS.

    • mlondeaux

      If they did hire him back I can only imagine the tension on the set his first day back. That would really take a lot of nerve on his part to return to work after what he did.

  • Handsome Smitty

    You must have missed Lorre’s vanity car following Big Bang. It said his lawyer said no more vanity cards. About time.

    • @Handsome…

      Lorre’s card said his lawyer ATE his vanity card. He was kidding.
      Get a clue.

  • sassysue

    Bet all of Charlies lawyers wish Charlie would keep his mouth shut! About ex-wives & 2 1/5 men!

  • Louise

    Love Charlie, it is sad that America judges like that..maybe now Charlie Sheen will have an audience less important but now he is cult.

    • cheryl


    • AaronSch

      I suppose you also write love letters to death row thugs?

  • walt

    Yeah, I bet Chuck Lorre is going to DASH to the next show. Not.

  • Javadude54

    It didn’t take long before Sheen was kissing a** and begging for his old job back.

  • Sandy

    I think audience members should write down questions on a card, then give Charlie the stack of cards and let him pick and choose which questions he’d like to answer. It would keep things moving.

  • AaronSch

    If you find anything to admire about Charlie Sheen, I suggest you seek the guidance of a reputable therapist.

  • Em

    Um, so where is the invite? Note to writer: it’s nice to actually include the item listed in the headline when you’re writing the copy of the story…

    • Teddy o

      “He told the audience last night that he wants to work it out with Lorre-…on stage at his next live show Sunday night in New York”.

      That part, right there. Sounds “invite-y” to me. Idiot.

  • carolae

    I hope Chuck turns him down…this will teach Charlie a lesson he won’t soon forget. Oh wait, he’ll probably down a bottle of Scotch or something and forget that he even asked Chuck he wanted to come back. I don’t think the cast wants him back either. It won’t take him long to go right back to his old ways. I say re-cast his part of else write him out altogether provided the show isn’t cancelled and re-name it.

  • Julie

    Of course the cast wants him back. There is no show without Charlie, and they have no jobs without Charlie. Lorre is the one who won’t work with Charlie, but he has two other shows on the air, so he’ll be OK.

    • Jospehine


      I don’t think Chuck Lorre is the one that needs to get over himself. I am not sure if you have been watching the same out of control, psychotic, drug-induced, pathetic, desperate, self-involved, Charlie as the rest of us. But, I would not trust him to come back. Ofcourse, the show can’t be the same without Charlie. But, if Charlie were to come back do you really think that the show would get the same ratings as it used to?? Let these people finds jobs that will might have so more job security. Because they will have none with Charlie Sheen being a part of the show.

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