Feb. 16, 2012 at 12:26 PM ET
Sometime after Charlie Sheen's memorable "Two and a Half Men" meltdown, the actor seemed to have a change of heart about his old show. Gone were rants about the show's creator, Chuck Lorre, and Sheen's frequent predictions of gloom and doom for the series. Instead he had praise for his replacement, Ashton Kutcher, and positive thoughts for the show. But that was then.
Recently Sheen backed away from the positive spin and said he believed the show should end after its current season. Now? He's officially back to bashing it.
The latest change of heart came after Warner Bros., the production company behind "Men," sent Sheen and others involved in his upcoming FX show, "Anger Management," a cease and desist letter. According to TMZ, the letter warned against using images from "Two and a Half Men" to promote Sheen's show.
It wasn't long before Sheen shot back.
"I"m thrilled," he told TMZ. "It insulates me from having to redundantly see myself in the idiotic bowling shirt. Perhaps if Warner Bros. spent as much time and energy focusing on THEIR show, it wouldn't be such a steaming pile of a--."
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