The cast and crew of “Two and a Half Men” are reportedly furious with Warner Bros.’ decision to cut out 4 episodes from the rest of the season.
8 episodes were scheduled to be produced until the end of the season. However, since Charlie Sheen was out, production has been left behind.
“We’ve been left in the dark and now we have no pay for 4 episodes and all we hear is that Chuck is saying, ‘They’re not my problem,’” one crew member told TMZ about the decision of the show creator, Chuck Lorre, to have only 4 episodes done.
Sheen is said to be willing to work weekends and beyond the scheduled wrap date to make sure all 8 episodes were produced.
Anyhow, he can rest assured that he won’t get fired too soon. According to TMZ, the actor doesn’t have a “morals clause” in his contract. Given that his latest behavior can be included in such a category, Charlie won’t be facing any repercussions due to his crazy bender.
“That’s my personal life. My contract protects me. They can’t fire me,” he concludes.