HOLLYWOOD - Charlie Sheen has always been a master at knowing how to get the TV ratings up. He carried Two and A Half Men to the top of the sitcom charts before he began clashing with the show's creator, producer, and chief writer Chuck Lorre.
Now that he has left Two and A Half Men and created his own comedy show Anger Management on the FX Network, Charlie is desperate to top the ratings he achieved on his previous CBS comedy sitcom.
He recently talked with Pico de Gallo of Tittle Tattle Tonight at The Barbed Wire Barbecue Diner in Sherman Oaks.
Sheen informed de Gallo that he had called up his old pal Dennis Rodman about the possibility of getting the leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un to make a guest appearance on his show.
Rodman, an ex-NBA player has become a very close friend of the North Korean leader.
He told Sheen that he will certainly talk to his new friend and pass on the request.
Charlie said that Kim Jong Un would appear as himself and he would be the guest speaker at one of Charlie Goodson's group therapy sessions.
He would tell the group exactly what it takes to be a successful world leader and a person who is revered, respected, and honored by 100 percent of his country's citizens.
SIDENOTE: Charlie told Dennis that if he can swing getting Kim Jong Un on his show he may have a recurring role for him (Dennis) as an ex-NBA basketball player who has lots of tattoos, face piercings, bling bling and who is down on his luck. Hmmm.