Sheen joked that his presence on TV is his "24th chance," and says he's matured over the past year.
When asked how he could have better handled the situation, Sheen said that as he learned in his real-life anger management -- "you can always leave the room."
While Sheen is remorseful for having gotten so out of control -- he still believes the things he said were truthful. He explained, ["The regret would be that I was so vocal about people I shouldn't have been that vocal about. You know, when I had to take a look at my part in it. Even though I was right and there was a couple things they did that were wrong, there's still a way to go about it that was a little less than that."]
- One way that he hasn't changed? Charlie still likes to drink and have a good time. He admitted as much when Elizabeth Vargas questioned his sobriety: ["(Elizabeth) So you're no longer doing drugs? (Charlie) No, I'm not, no. (Elizabeth) But you do drink? (Charlie) Well who doesn't? (Elizabeth) People who've been through rehab don't drink. (Charlie) Yea I don't believe in rehab anymore. (Elizabeth) That's one of the things you stuck to? (Charlie) Yea it's just not for me, it's not for everyone. It's not a one size fits all, you know? And it didn't fit me, but yea, no. We live in a country where it's always Miller time, you know?"]
QUESTIONS FOR YOU TO PONDER - AND ANSWER - USING YOUR FACEBOOK LOGIN BELOW...
- Are you glad that Charlie is truthful about drinking? Or would he be smarter to stay sober and quiet on the matter?
- What do you think Charlie's public response will be if his show doesn't do well?
- How long did you think it would take for Charlie get back on TV in a legit way? Does this seem quick?
- Do you think that Two and a Half Men will be a little edgier next season to compete with Charlie?