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Never one to go quietly, Charlie Sheen has released a reference-filled teaser for his new comedy Anger Management
Sheen referencing his untimely death from Two and a Half Men
Charlie Sheen is seemingly always looking for ways to stick it to his former show Two and a Half Men. The latest example of this is in a teaser spot for his new FX comedy Anger Management.
In the 15-second video, Sheen is seen in an open casket – an obvious reference to him being killed off on Men. The narrator then says, “Charlie Sheen died…and went to FX.”
The series, which debuts on June 28, stars Sheen as a former baseball player turned therapist. It also features Selma Blair, Shawnee Smith, Daniela Bobadilla, Michael Arden and Noureen DeWulf.
Here’s the video…