During the Television Critic Association summer press tour, everyone's favourite mad man Charlie Sheen was on hand to discuss his latest sictom Anger Management, as well his antics that dominated headlines last year.
Sheen's new FX comedy show has been getting fantastic reviews, during the interview Charlie talked about the future of the show, and the prospect of bringing back his dad Martin Sheen, to become a recurring character "He's great to work with," enthused Sheen to E! Online.
"I think it's the best episode we did. That was the last one we shot. So I don't want to say we peaked, but he brings a whole different energy to it."
If Martin Sheen decides to join the cast, and with Denise Richards in talks to reprise her role it could be something of a family reunion, speaking about Richards, Sheen said: "We had a ball working on the show...she was fabulous on the show. She'll probably come back and she's welcome back."
The executive producer of the show, Bruce Helford spoke highly of Richards, adding: "She did a great job. It was really nice to have Charlie's family on the set."
When asked about his recent behaviour that caused headlines throughout 2011, the self proclaimed Vatican Ninja Assasin had this to say: "It was a crazy time. It's sort of like a dream I couldn't wake up from...It was a runaway train I couldn't get off of, and I was the conductor. It's something that could never happen again, so that's pretty cool,"
He added: "I learned a lot. I learned stick to what you know. I learned, don't go on a one-man show to 21 cities with no act. My life's different now that I'm not insane anymore. I'm accountable most of the time."
Anger Management has been picked up for 90 episodes according to FX John Landgraf, something that didnt seem to faze Charlie: "It doesn't put any pressure on me....That's something we can't control...[It's] exciting as hell. I don't think 90 is going to be enough. I said that out loud, didn't I? I feel like how we've started, we've just scratched the surface."
Finally though, Charlie pricked everyone's interest with the possibly news he would be joining Mariah Carey on American Idol. Speaking to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show Sheen said: "It seemed so out of the blue that it almost made perfect sense, I thought, 'This could be really fun. This could be a lot of fun.'"
We'd love to see Charlie on American Idol, they say Mariah can be unpredictable, wait till you throw Charlie Sheen into the mix as well! We'd say that was 'Winning' ratings!
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