The chances of Charlie Sheen making an appearance in the final season of Two and a Half Men appear to be growing higher.
On Thursday, TMZ posted a video with the actor where he was asked if he had any comments on the sitcom going off the air next season. He mentioned that he's writing something for it.
"But I don't want to give it away right now," he added.
Sheen then mentioned his thoughts on Ashton Kutcher taking over his spot as the lead role where he couldn't comment, but "he's done the best job he could."
The actor expressed a little more insight on the series coming to a close, hinting that if he ever gets asked to come back for the finale, he would likely go through with it.
"I think John will be great afterwards," Sheen continued. "I think they went a year too far. And I hope they invite me into the final episode."
According to a report from Hollywood Life, CBS president Nina Tassler said that the series creator Chuck Lorre has some plans for how he plans to end the series, but she's not sure yet if it includes Sheen or not.
"I would like to see whatever Chuck would like to," Tassler said. "Chuck knows his show better than me...he has a lot of surprises in store, I don't know if that's one of them."
Two and a Half Men airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.