Lorre is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame under the category of Television. Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and Christine Baranski are in attendance and help present the award to the Television Producer.
It’s great to have your name on something in the ground that you’re looking down at, because if you’re looking up, it means you’re dead.
The actor sues producer Lorre and Warner Bros. studio for $100 million, claiming his firing was a violation of California law:
Pretext for discrimination on account of (his) physical and mental disabilities.
In addition to punitive damages, Sheen’s lawsuit seeks compensation for the remaining episodes in the actor’s $95 million contract, which includes his share of syndication profits. He also seeks payment for the rest of the show’s cast and crew.