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This April, Anger Management guest stars include the ex-Mrs-Sheen Denise Richards, pop maestro C-Lo and rock icon Slash.
C-Lo features in the appropriately titled episode "Charlie and C-Lo" in which the music star, playing himself, seeks out Charlie for help. "Charlie and C-Lo" airs Monday 1 April at 19:40 CAT.
The former Guns N' Roses band member and Rock star Slash also teamed up with Sheen to record a special cameo appearance in the episode "Charlie and The Break up Coach" which airs Monday 29 April at 19:40 CAT
In a post on Twitter, he writes, "Just did a cameo on Anger Mngmt. Charlie's working w/a great bunch of people of there."
It would appear actress Denise Richards and hell-raiser Sheen have definitely come full circle. Richards makes a return appearance on the sitcom as Charlie's love interest and total whack job, "Lori" in the episodes "Charlie and Catholicism" and "Charlie dates Crazy, Sexy, Angry."
"Charlie And Catholicism" airs Monday 8 April at 19:40 CAT. "Charlie Dates Crazy, Sexy, Angry" airs Monday 22 April at 19:40 CAT.
Anger Management marks Charlie Sheen's first return to prime time television since his departure from the CBS hit series Two And A Half Men a little over a year ago. The show is loosely based on Revolution Studios' 2003 movie Anger Management, which starred Adam Sandler, Jack Nicholson and Marisa Tomei, and grossed $178 million in global box office – an unusual feat for a U.S. comedy.
Since launching in the U.S. on cable channel FX on 28 June 2012, Anger Management has broken ratings records - the series premiere attracted 5.74 million viewers in its series debut, making it the most-watched sitcom premiere in U.S. cable history. The show went on to become the highest-rated new comedy series on cable in 2012, and FX ordered an additional 90 episodes last month.
Sheen interprets the role of Dr. Charlie Goodson, a non-traditional therapist specializing in Anger Management. Charlie enjoys a successful private practice, holding sessions with his group of primary patient regulars each week, as well as performing pro bono counseling for inmates at the state prison. Prior to becoming an Anger Management therapist, Charlie was a minor league baseball player who ruined his own sports career by breaking his leg with a baseball bat in a fit of anger.
Anger Management follows Charlie as he pursues his new choice of career – counseling others on how to contain their anger issues, even though his chaotic life ensures that his own anger issues often rise to the surface. Life is complicated by his relationships with his own therapist/best friend, Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions, Legally Blonde), an ex-wife, Shawnee Smith (SAW, BECKER) and their 13-year-old daughter, Sam (Daniela Bobadilla), who has OCD.
The show will include cameos from Charlie Sheen's inner circle, including Denise Richards, Charlie Sheen's ex-wife. Martin Sheen has confirmed his participation as a recurring character, playing Charlie's father. Regular characters on the show include Noureen DeWulf as Anger Management patient Lacey and Derek Richardson as Nolan (a member of Charlie's Anger Management group).