Rest assured that CBS and Warner Brothers had absolutely no desire to fire Charlie Sheen from Two and a Half Men and destroy the number one sitcom on television. They stuck with him when he allegedly tried to murder his wife and kidnapped a prostitute, but his increasingly bizarre behavior eventually left them no choice.
Sheen of course feels they were just out to get him, for no reason, so he decided to sue for 100,000,000 dollars. Guess how that's going.
Charlie Sheen has been dealt a procedural blow in his lawsuit against Warner Bros. Television and Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre over his firing. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the private dispute-resolution company JAMS on Tuesday sided with WBTV and Lorre in deciding that its own arbitrator has jurisdiction over the dispute, meaning the confidential arbitration will go forward despite Sheen's request that the fracas be litigated publicly. The decision makes it much more likely that Sheen's high-stakes legal war with Warners and Lorre will be resolved in private -- and not in a public trial, as Sheen has said he is entitled to under the law.
When Sheen heard the news he turned and asked the talking bull, who is also a 5 star general, about this, and the bull took off his glasses and told Charlie about the stargate, and that he had less than 48 hours to close it. "Time to kick some alien ass," Sheen said.