Charlie Sheen wants to "make amends" with Chuck Lorre

Charlie Sheen speaks onstage at the "Anger Management" panel during the FX portion of the 2012 Summer TCA Tour on July 28, 2012, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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In a surprising move (or maybe nothing is surprising at this point), Charlie Sheen reached out to his former "Two and a Half Men" boss Chuck Lorre on Sunday via Twitter to "make amends" and to pitch an "idea."

The tweet included a photo of the show's 2007 People's Choice Award for favorite TV comedy, and read:

(By the way, Lorre does not have a Twitter account.)

Sheen, who now stars on FX's "Anger Management," was fired from the popular CBS/Warner Bros. comedy in 2011 after publicly insulting the show's co-creator Lorre and his other "Two and a Half Men" bosses. The actor strongly disagreed with his firing and later named Lorre as a defendant in a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.

So, yes, it may take more than a tweet to make amends.