“I think they’re both fabulous,” said Sheen [on his possible successors on "Two and a Half Men," Rob Lowe and John Stamos], “and my apologies to John. I was rude to him earlier, John Stamos. That was unnecessary.” Last week, when news surfaced that Stamos, 47, may be hired as a successor to Sheen on the show, Sheen called the move a “tragic joke.” What did Charlie have to say about Rob?…
“And Rob’s an old friend and a brilliant actor. And he’s a beautiful man,” Sheen continued. “What I would advise them to do, though, is just make it their own. Don’t, don’t, don’t think about anything that I’ve done brilliantly on the show for 177,000 episodes … but I would just tell them, make it your own.”
Stamos, in his own good humor, Tweeted, “contrary to the rumors, i am not replacing charlie sheen on two and half men. however, martin sheen has asked me to be his son.” Meanwhile, sources tell PEOPLE that Lowe andMen creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre have been seriously discussing the possibility of Lowe’s joining the show.