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Published On: Tue, Mar 22nd, 2011

Charlie Sheen plants ‘man kiss’ on Jimmy Kimmel during surprise visit

Charlie Sheen is reportedly in business talks with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, so his cameo during Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Cuban Monday didn’t exactly come as a surprise.

Sheen’s ‘man kiss’ surprised everyone:  Radar Online says:

Upon making his grand entrance, the former Two and a Half Men star, 45, planted a huge kiss on Kimmel, and took the first seat.

“I can’t stay… I can’t stay sorry — silence! I have a show to write damn it!” he said, referring to his stage show.

Sheen then pulled out a few bags of his t-shirts — emblazoned with phrases like “Tiger’s Blood” and “Winning” — and tossed them out to the studio audience.

Sheen then gave Kimmel a coffee mug with a picture of a fox on it, telling the late night host, “I’ll let you figure it out.”

In case you didn’t pick up on the elusive fox-on-a-mug riddle, Charlie Sheen is also reportedly in talks with the Fox Network. The Daily Mail says:

The Hollywood Reporter said Sheen met with senior executives at rival network Fox last week for talks.

The actor sent a cryptic Tweet over the weekend reading ‘perhaps a new lair…? A Fox and a Warlock? epic’ accompanied by a picture of a Fox television logo.

 

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