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Should Lindsay Lohan be taking advice from Charlie Sheen? Perhaps the better question is: Should anybody be taking advice from Charlie Sheen? The Two and a Half Men star, whose show is on hiatus due to his questionable behavior off-set, had some words for the troubled starlet when he called in to The Dan Patrick Show for the second time this week.
"Dan, I dare you to get Lindsay on the show," Sheen challenged the host of the radio program, which is simulcast on DIRECTV. "I got some advice for her -- no, I've got some things I'd recommend she consider, because I don't tell anyone what to do."
When pushed for details, Sheen offered these words of wisdom for Lohan: "Work on your impulse control. Just try to think things through a little bit before you do them."
Lindsay Lohan is about to be tried for felony grand theft for allegedly stealing a necklace from a jewelry store, but Sheen says that Lindsay is the real victim.
"Now check it -- I wasn't in the store," said Sheen, "(But) the necklace, the thing, some bracelet, who cares? They're so desperate to vilify without fact."
During his eight-minute call to the show this morning, Sheen also bragged that he had "never been drunk, never been high once" on the set of Two and a Half Men. However, he says, there were days when he couldn't stand up without support... because he was tired.
"I would show up not having slept much," he said. "Doing a network run-through and asking the director... to move my mark a little bit so I could be next to a piece of furniture, so that I wouldn't fall over."
Hmm, sounds like "impulse control" isn't exactly Sheen's strong suit. That said, the actor did take the opportunity to publicly thank Viacom, the entertainment corporation behind his show, for shutting down production on Men so he could get the help he needs.
"People need to understand how supremely grateful I am that somebody stepped in here," he said. "Basically, Viacom showed up at my house and said, 'Dude, dude, it's getting really obvious and we're really worried about you... We care about your health. They came in and man to man said, 'We have to shut it down.' This was the only person in my life with the power to do this."
According to Sheen, Two and a Half Men will resume filming on February 28. That would mean that he's off on February 23, the day of Lindsay's next court hearing. Think Sheen will stop by?
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