Charlie Sheen's studio bosses may be going with the hands up, " what can we do?" approach regarding his crazy antics that landed him at home " in rehab," but many of the rest of the crew on the hit show are not so calm.
"Two and a Half Men" is now on hiatus while Sheen figures his crap out and this has many on set fuming.
"We are really pissed," vents one of the key crew members on set.
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"A lot of us do not get paid, if we don't work," continues our rightfully frustrated source. "So, if he's off getting rehabbed, or porn-o-ing, or whatever, we're screwed."
It's true, CBS suits may be hurting a little bit during Sheen's break, but, at the end of the day, they aren't the ones getting by on a day-to-day work basis.
And this is hardly the first time Charlie Sheen's behavior impacted workers on his show.Charlie Sheen's ups and downs
"Two and a Half Men" production was halted last February, too, when Sheen entered rehab after his Christmas scuffle with Brooke Mueller.
"To the best of my knowledge, the crew wasn't paid back then, either, says an additional inside "Two" source, who's currently knee-deep in this hiatus's sh--storm.
According to Variety, 16 out of 24 episodes have already been shot of "Men" this season and right now CBS is rushing to replace its time spot by ordering more of their other shows like "Rules of Engagement."
Before Charlie single-handedly halted production, his show was the number-one comedy at CBS, which had no comment on the crew's monetary situation.
Here's hoping Sheen can lose his invincible attitude and actually get help -- so those who depend on him for feeding their families can be helped, too.Story: Sheen's playboy antics don't ruin 'Men' for fans
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