Charlie may be out, but the show could still be a hit if producers follow our great advice!
After news of Charlie Sheen‘s potential lawsuit against CBS for $320 million, something tells us his days on Two and a Half Men might be numbered. As a social service, HollywoodLife.com offers our humble suggestions of who could replace Charlie, 45, as a lead on the show!
Jason Bateman — This mild-mannered funnyman, 42, displayed his acerbic wit on the much-loved and little-seen Arrested Development, so Men would be a great venue for him to get in front of a large audience.
David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry or Matt LeBlanc — Even through the latter two are currently anchoring their own sitcoms (Mr. Sunshine and Episodes, respectively), we’re sure they all crave the kind of success they had during Friends. And someone just needs to give Ross Geller some acting work!
Rob Lowe — Rob, 46, recently joined the cast of Parks and Recreation, so you know he’s down to play with a sitcom role. Furthermore, he seems to have a bit of an attitude problem, something that would come in handy on Two and a Half Men.
Bob Saget — If his stand-up is any indication, Bob 54, can do raunchy humor with the best of them, making him a natural to fit with the cast.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino — Cocky, handsome, crude, and a sex-machine — this role doesn’t sound like too much of a stretch!