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Charlie Sheen is cleaned up and ready for his closeup.
Production will resume next week on Two and a Half Men after shutting down for three weeks to accommodate the star's stint in rehab.
"He returns to the show for the March 19 taping," confirmed Sheen's publicist, Stan Rosenfield, in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter.
The show has been on hiatus since Sheen, 44, began his treatment on Feb. 23 for what Rosenfield described as a "preventative measure."
Before heading back to work, however, Sheen is due back in an Aspen courtroom on Monday for arraignment on charges stemming from his Christmas Day fight with wife Brooke Mueller.
Following the incident, Sheen's 32-year-old missus spent a brief spell in a private rehab clinic herself last month. When Sheen checked himself in, she returned home with her rehab counselors to tend to the couple's twins, Max and Bob, who turn 1 next week.
The good news for the actor? Viewers shouldn't see an interruption in Two and a Half Men's TV schedule and it appears that CBS won't be punishing Sheen for causing the shutdown.