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Charlie Sheen at Emmys: ‘Nothing But the Best’ for ‘Two and a Half Men’

Sheen continues playing nice with defendants in his $100 million lawsuit

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The night before his Comedy Central roast faces off with the season premiere of his old show, "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen threw down the gauntlet at the Emmy Awards on Sunday by — wishing his old colleagues the best?

"From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together, and I know you will continue to make great television," Sheen said in announcing the best comedic actor category. 

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He continued his recent habit of trying to make nice with the show that fired him in March. In an interview with NBC's "Today" last week, he even said he hoped to guest star on it.

It may be difficult, since his character, Charlie Harper, will be killed off in the premiere Monday.

Sheen also has a $100 million lawsuit in arbitration against his former bosses. It followed a media barrage in February and March in which he had less than kind things to say about the show, including that he turned show lead writer Chuck Lorre's "tin cans into gold" as its lead.

The show will premiere with Ashton Kutcher taking Sheen's place Monday. Sheen's Comedy Central roast will air soon after.

Later in the show, Sheen's former co-star, Jon Cryer, presented an award with Kutcher. Kutcher revisited one of Sheen's more infamous remarks about Cryer — one for which Sheen later apologized.

"Jon, I want to tell you something: I do not think that you are a troll," Kutcher said. Cryer hugged him.