After what seems a lifetime of waiting, producers of the hit television series Two and a Half Men are happy to announce that production of the show will resume on Feb. 28.
The CBS series took a break last month when its star, Charlie Sheen, entered rehab aftered a whirlwind of drugs and partying. The network ordered two additional episodes of the comedies Mike & Molly as well as Rules of Engagement to fill the void, but rating for the time slot quickly dropped.
“I’m here and I’m ready. They’re not. Bring it … They didn’t think it was going to happen this fast … I heal pretty quickly, but I also unravel pretty quickly,” Sheen said in an interview this past Wednesday.
Four more episodes of the Emmy-winning comedy will be produced this season, instead of the originally planned eight. However, due to Sheen’s latest comments of “preferring the high life”, we can only wonder when the beloved show will go on hiatus yet again.