(LOS ANGELES) -- If you haven't had your fill of Charlie Sheen's rantings yet, the actor will appear on Ustream Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET to give what's described as his "first on-camera public response to being terminated from Two and a Half Men. During the show, at Ustream.tv/charliesheen, fans will be able to ask Charlie questions as well as listen to him ramble.
A statement announcing the online chat said, "Charlie 'The Warlock' Sheen will build this mass destruction, live right before your very eyes. Get a first hand look into his Tiger bloodstream, unlock his Adonis DNA, fear his warlock fangs, as he makes history as well as a ton of corporate enemies...the die has been cast. The gloves are off. The hatred pure and focused. Hear it live first hand unedited."
Meanwhile, TMZ is reporting that Two and a Half Men producer Chuck Lorre -- or at least his people -- has been in touch with Rob Lowe's agent about him possibly replacing Sheen. TMZ says one stumbling block to this idea is that Lowe, currently appearing in NBC's Parks and Recreation, is close with the Sheen family.
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