Charlie Sheen arriving to the Pitkin County Courthouse in Aspen (2/8)

I don't consider myself a rehab expert, but I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to treat it like night school. From TMZ:
Charlie Sheen will resume shooting "Two and a Half Men" next week during the day, but he'll go back to rehab at night.

As we first reported Sheen was going back to the set next week to shoot the remaining 4 episodes of the season. Our sources tell us Charlie will be in rehab full-time until early Monday morning, when he'll fly to Aspen for his felony arraignment. He'll come back to L.A. Monday night, where he'll sleep at the rehab facility and then show up on Tuesday to film the show. We're told after each day on the set Charlie will go directly back to rehab.

As for how he's doing, multiple sources say he's doing great and his doctors have given him the go-ahead to resume filming.
It's nice to know Charlie's taking this whole rehab/domestic abuse thing seriously. It's also nice to know that if you're a high-profile celebrity, you can get away with threatening to murder your spouse with a knife. Perhaps the best perk of fame isn't the money or random sluts throwing themselves at you, but the one thing that playing the game of Monopoly is best known for: making you the most popular kid in High School the "Get Out of Jail Free" card.

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  • Anonymous

    Actually I think Celebslam is wrong here. This is exactly how you are supposed to do rehab.

    You get the help you need with your addiction but still go to work and be a productive person.

    It's the people who can't focus on anything but their addiction who are in real trouble. For them, rehab is like a volunteer jail sentence.

  • Anonymous

    Charlie is such a warrior, her will make it through with no problme.

  • Anonymous

    His combat experience and training should help. I just hope that he is not suffering from PTSD. It is possible after all he has gone through for his country.

  • Nissen

    Nice Resevoir Dogs look, I like Charlie.

  • Paul

    When you are an ex-SEAL, like Charlie Sheen, you don't do things and react to issues like regular people. Charlie went through some of the toughest training on the planet. He can do better in part-time rehab, than most people in full time rehab. Don't sell Charlie short.


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