Writers for Two and a Half Men had scripted an episode for the current season in which Charlie Sheen's alter ego was to spend a night on the town with the gay client of his girlfriend, then wake up in bed with him with no recollection of what went down.
According to TVLine.com, producers were reportedly in the process of casting the role of Jonathan, "a forty-something client of Lyndsey's (Courtney Thorne-Smith) who just so happens to be gay."
Production on the series shut down last week after Sheen gave a series of interviews slamming Warner Bros. and the creator of the series, Chuck Lorre. On Wednesday, Sheen lost temporary custody of his twins after his soon-to-be ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, took out a restraining order against him.
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