Charlie Sheen’s Gay Hookup

It was supposed to happen on the actor's hit sitcom this season - until the show was canceled

Real-life bad boy Charlie Sheen – who can’t seen to stay away from the media these days – was about to embark on a gay hookup (on television, that is) before his hit comedy series Two and a Half Men was canceled. According to, the writers envisioned Sheen’s alter ego spending the night with another man after a wild romp on the town.

The producers were already starting to cast the role of Jonathan, “a 40-something client of Lyndsey’s (Courtney Thorne-Smith) who just so happens to be gay,” says TVLine.

But fans of the show – and of Sheen’s – are going to have to wait to see what happens between these would-be love birds, at least until the real-life drama between the now out-of-work actor and the Warner Bros. sitcom creator Chuck Lorre calms down.

The feud, which escalated when Sheen made a media blitz criticizing the producers for canning the show after his stint in rehab, has taken a new turn as the actor appears in interviews online, on TV and the radio to bad mouth his management, ex-wives and even family members – including his father Martin Sheen who compared his son’s addiction to cancer.

The actor – whose twin sons were removed from his custody days ago after soon-to-be ex wife Brook Mueller filed a temporary restraining order against him, saying he was a danger to his children – even joined Twitter this week, gaining hundreds of thousands of followers before he ever tweeted his first message.