“There have been discussions, but I was asked not to divulge anything,” Sheen told WBZ-FM late Tuesday night following his “Violent Torpedo of Truth” show there.
Based on a couple of video clips on WBZ’s site, Sheen looked pretty healthy. He also sounded a lot calmer in discussing the situation that got him fired from the CBS sitcom — he even sort of acknowledges that his actions played a role in his sacking.
“Had they told me toward the end of Season 8 that suddenly that wasn’t going to be cool, I would have adjusted my behavior,” he says. “They forgot to mention that.”
Sheen also says that Warner Bros. TV, which produces “Two and a Half Men,” has been withholding his syndication payments since he sued the studio after being fired.
Warner Bros. and CBS remain tight-lipped about the Sheen situation.