Charlie Sheen hopes producers behind "Two and a Half Men" eventually invite him back because he wants to appear in the show's final episode.
The actor was fired from the hit sitcom in 2011 after publicly feuding with the show's producers, who cited his bizarre antics and wild behavior for their decision to let him go. Sheen's character was killed off and Ashton Kutcher joined the show to fill in the gap, but Sheen hopes producers will find a way to bring him back for the grand finale.
He tells talk show host David Letterman, "I would like to go back, I would like to appear in their final episode." When Letterman pointed out that the death of Sheen's character may pose a problem, the star retorted, "I am dead, but so's the show."