Los Angeles Times

Sheen apologizes, but still gets buried, roasted

It was a winning week for Charlie Sheen, who went on a real torpedo of truth tour, apologizing for all his past Sheenanigans. The damage control conveniently coincided with his negotiations with Warner Bros., which could end up settling with the fired actor for something close to $25 million. Meanwhile, "Two and a Half Men" laid Charlie Harper to rest and introduced his replacement Ashton Kutcher, nabbing the show's highest ratings ever. Comedy Central got in on the action too, airing its Charlie Sheen roast the same night and scoring its highest roast ratings to date. Rick Giase / Nina Prommer / EPA