Now that “Two and a Half Men” has rid themselves of Charlie Sheen, they turn to a calming influence to guest on the show … Gary Busey.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Busey will play himself on the November 14 episode of the CBS hit comedy, with Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) sharing a room with him when Alan ends up in a mental facility. How does Alan get there? It starts with Walden (Ashton Kutcher) selling the piano that belonged to Alan’s brother Charlie — played by the departed Sheen, of course — and how Alan deals with that trauma.
Heady stuff, right? Well, of course it’ll all be played for laughs. And as anyone who saw Busey on “The Celebirty Apprentice” or “Celebrity Rehab” can tell you, his life philosophy may be a bit twisted, and it may be delivered in a rambling fashion, but it’s often quite helpful when you really take a close look at it. Let’s see what he can do for an unraveling Alan.
Watch Gary Busey’s finest moments on “The Celebrity Apprentice”: