CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler told TV critics in Los Angeles earlier this month that there is "a high level of concern. How could we not? This man is a father. He's got children. He has a family. So obviously, there's concern on a personal level. But you can't look at it simplistically. Charlie is professional. He comes to work. He does his job extremely well. It's very complicated."
"CBS is in a really awkward position," Bragman said, "because at this point, no matter how compassionate they are, it's an employment situation. As long as Charlie shows up for work, does his job and is ready for work, it's very hard for them to intervene."
Even Sheen's "Two and a Half Men" co-star, Jon Cryer, said that he never knows what to expect from Sheen.
"It's always a little weird because, like, the stuff you hear is just unbelievable," Cryer told talk show host Conan O'Brien on Wednesday. "I mean ... I'm checking TMZ, as I do every day, to know if I have to go to work at all."