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Charlie Sheen Walks Away From Train Wreck In 'Anger Management' Promo

You could say there's a bit of message in FX's first extended promo for Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management'.

The actor, who was fired from 'Two and Half Men' after a war of words with executive producer Chuck Lorre, walks away from a train wreck after causing it in the promotional spot.

"Come on," says Sheen while dusting himself off. "Everyone deserves a 24th chance."

Sheen plays an ex-baseball player turned therapist who has problems controlling his anger on the comedy. It is set to premiere on June 28.

May 16, 2012 |

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