Charlie Sheen Publicly Apologizes During 2011 Emmy Awards

September 19, 2011 By:
Charlie Sheen Publicly Apologizes During 2011 Emmy Awards

Charlie Sheen apologizes to the cast and crew of “Two and a Half Men” during his Emmy presenter speech.

Say WHAT?! Charlie gave a normal presenter speech, he used human language and didn’t call anyone a troll or mention any claims to be winning.

Sheen presented the award for best actor in a comedy series and since Sheen used to be nominated every year in that category for his former role on TAHM, he joked that it was “My old category.”

It was weird to see a newly somber and sober Sheen hand off the Emmy award to someone who hasn’t cohabitated with prostitutes.

But before Sheen gave the Emmy presentation, he wanted to apologize to the show that fired him earlier this year.

“Before I present Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, my old category, I want to take a few moments to get something off my chest and say a few words to everybody here from ‘Two and a Half Men.’ From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television.”

I can’t tell if he was being sarcastic or honest, either way it was weird.

It was like watching a dog take a sh-t on a toilet. Confusing at first, and then just boring and uncomfortable.

After it was announced that Sheen would be presenting at the Emmy’s, Fox and Emmy producers were being pressured by TAHM creator, Chuck Lorre, and WB to drop Sheen as a presenter.

Sheen ended up handing off the award to Jim Parson's of "The Big Bang Theory" who stars on another Chuck Lorre produced show.

Sheen was on his best behavior, but I’m assuming the Emmy producers probably hoped he would say something at least a little controversial. Apologies don’t make ratings, tigers blood does.

After Sheen’s presentation, Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher presented a couple of awards in the drama categories and Cryer jokingly introduced himself as “that guy from ‘Pretty in Pink.”

So true! Nobody knows who Jon Cryer is, you either have to describe him like that or as “NOT the crazy one from TAHM.”

Ashton Kutcher introduced himself as “I am not Charlie Sheen” and then turned to Cryer and said, “I do not think you are a troll,” which is a reference to Sheen’s outburst when he said that Cryer was “with the trolls.”