Charlie Sheen Back in Vegas — On Stage!

‘Two and a Half Men’ star returns to Sin City, joins Drew Carey’s show at MGM Grand. What will consequences of latest antics bring to hit CBS sitcom?

Last Updated: March 30, 2011 @ 6:33 PM

Charlie Sheen just spent another weekend in Las Vegas having a good time.

While the rest of Hollywood and Ricky Gervais might have gotten a few laughs at his expense at the Golden Globes, it looks like the “Two and a Half Men” could give a damn what anyone thinks.

Less than a week after partying hard with porn stars and not showing up on the set of his hit CBS sitcom due to an ear infection, television’s highest paid actor hit Sin City with a vengeance again this weekend.

Contacted by TheWrap, Sheen’s publicist Stan Rosenfield said he had no comment about the star's latest jaunt to Vegas expect to say “last time I check, it was legal to go there.”

Indeed it is and there’s no evidence yet to suggest that adult film stars like Bree Olsen, who spent some reported quality time with Sheen last weekend, were part of the script this time, but you know Good Time Charlie – he’s spontaneous.

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In fact, Sheen is so off the cuff that while Gervais was mocking the actor’s bad boy behavior in his Golden Globes opening, Charlie himself was busy jumping on stage at Drew Carey’s improv show at the MGM Grand in Vegas.

"Charlie Sheen just got on stage with us during our improv show at MGM in Vegas,” Carey tweeted late Sunday night. “Hilarious!,” the host added.

Carey (pictured left) and the crowd might have found Sheen a hoot, but “Two and a Half Men” producers and CBS brass have not been so amused.

After another week of high drama around Sheen, who has had a year of court appearances, rehab stints and porn stars, and the show, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler told the Television Critics Association on Jan. 14 that she and the network had a "high level of concern" over the actor’s antics.

"But you can't look at it simplistically. Charlie is a professional,” Tassler added as reports circulate of CBS, and Warner Bros. TV, who produce the show, contemplating shutting down the show to get Charlie back in rehab. “He comes to work, he does his job extremely well — we're taping tonight — and it's, as I said, it's very complicated."

Let’s see how complicated it gets this week when Sheen is expected back on set at “Two and a Half Men.” Or will we hear of another earache?

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