Charlie Sheen says he may return to "Two and a Half Men"

Charlie Sheen appears onstage at his â
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Charlie Sheen at his performance in New York.
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(CBS/AP) Charlie Sheen isn't going away any time soon. In an interview with a Boston radio station, the actor said there have been discussions about bringing him back to "Two and a Half Men."

Despite having been fired from the hit CBS show only one month ago, Sheen told 98.5 WBZ-FM he believes his chances of returning are "85 percent." He didn't offer details, saying he'd been asked not to divulge anything.

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Pictures: Charlie Sheen on the road

CBS declined to comment, and series producer Warner Bros. Television didn't immediately return a call for comment.

Sheen also said his profits from the show's rich syndication deals are being withheld and that's part of his $100 million lawsuit against Warner and the show's executive producer.

Sheen was in Boston for his nationwide "My Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is Not an Option" tour, which has drawn mixed audience reaction.