Replacement for ‘Two and a Half Men’
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
As Charlie Sheen will remain absent as he is trying a rehabilitation program at his home with the help of trained professional experts to get rid of his addiction, the CBS show “Two and a Half Men’ will not be aired for a definite period. As a result, CBS has planned a systematic fill-up to makeover the loss by ordering two supplementary episodes of two other popular Monday serials Rules of Engagement and Mike and Molly. This will help the channel to adjust the issues that arouse because of unavailability of Charlie Sheen to shoot for the successful show Two and Half Men.
Stan Rosenfield, who is the spokesperson for Charlie Sheen informed that it would not be possible to share information about Charlie. He said, “In compliance with the national health privacy laws (HIPPA), no further information relating to Charlie Sheen’s health or his rehab experience will be released without his written permission. I can say that all of us who know Charlie care about him very much. We will support him in any we can in this journey, beginning by respecting his privacy”.
According to reliable sources, Sheen was admitted in a hospital at Los Angeles after he suffered serious abdominal pains. He was advised to take rest and attempt for a rehab for which he has planned to remain absent for three months.
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