Sounds like he's got two and a half screws loose. Charlie Sheen is taking his war on CBS to the morning shows. On ABC's 20/20, he told Andrew Canning he would sue CBS for $300 million. "Wouldn't you?" Sheen asked. "I'm out of a job. I got a whole family to support." He struck a more conciliatory note on NBC's Today show, apologizing to Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre for referring to him by his Hebrew name, and he said he'd return to the sitcom for $3 million a year. He also told CBS that "they picked a fight with a warlock."