Charlie Sheen Comedy Central roast announced

While Charlie Sheen is the focus of an upcoming Comedy Central roast, the actor hopes that it’s his old network, CBS, that gets skewered on Sept. 19. As previously reported, Sheen’s roast will air the same night that “Two and a Half Men” returns to TV for its Sheen-free debut — and that’s no coincidence.

“He doesn’t care what they say about him at the roast as long as the show kills CBS in the ratings. Charlie has a thick skin and can laugh at himself but if you hurt him, like he thinks (“Men” creator) Chuck Lorre did, then he doesn’t forget.”

But while the network braces themselves for Sheen’s unpredictable antics, the actor’s ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, of Oxygen‘s The World According to Paris is also making plans — with her lawyers!

She’s been the brunt of a lot of jokes and criticism since her high-profile split with Charlie Sheen, but Brooke Muller is hoping to get the last laugh now.

Though it may sound a little odd, Brooke actually may have a good chance of “winning” this one. In their divorce settlement, Charlie promises that he’ll never publicly discuss her drug use.

We’ll have to wait and see, but as it stands, sources say that Mueller and her lawyers are seriously considering sending a letter to the network, demanding that they cut any anti-Brooke jokes from the broadcast.