‘Law & Order’ Does Charlie Sheen, While Sheen Does Improv

by | March 30, 2011 at 12:47 PM | Law & Order, TV News

Charlie Sheen, Jay Mohr (Photo: Getty Images)

Charlie Sheen, Jay Mohr (Photo: Getty Images)


There are two sure-fire signs you’ve hit the pop-culture mainstream: when you’re spoofed on “Saturday Night Live” or “Law & Order” rips your story “from the headlines.”

Charlie “The Warlock” Sheen can now proudly claim both.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent” is plotting an episode inspired by the recent Charlie Sheen saga, according to Deadline.com.

Jay Mohr is set to guest star in the Sheen-centric episode about a famous bad boy named Nyle Brite, who, in this version, is a rockstar fashion designer who ends up with a dead guest at one of his infamous all-night parties, says Deadline.

The 10th and final season premiere of “Criminal Intent” – with fan favorite Vincent D’Onofrio back on the case – airs May 1 on the USA Network. No date for the Sheen episode has been set at this time.

If that isn’t enough Sheen for you, the tiger-blooded “Two and a Half Men” star is going to put his “winning” skills to the test by attempting improv.

Sheen will join the cast of “Drew Carey’s Improv-a-Ganza” for the premiere week in a one-special-night-only-performance, which airs Tuesday, April 12, at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on GSN.

And for the truth-seekers and trolls alike, Sheen’s “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour kicks off Saturday in Detroit.


Watch Full Episodes:
‘Modern Family’ ‘The Office’ ‘How I Met Your Mother’ ’30 Rock’