Here's a fastball: CBS wants embattled star Charlie Sheen back on the hit TV comedy sitcom Two and a Half Men, RadarOnline.com is reporting. According to a source, CBS President and CEO Les Moonves has been having internal discussions over the last several days with Warner Bros. Television, the company that produces Men, and Sheen about bringing the actor back on the show. Chuck Lorre, the show's co-creator and executive producer who has received the brunt of Sheen's harsh words, is also participating in the talks. "Moonves wants to get the show back on the air," said the insider source. "He says certain people need to forget everything Charlie's done recently and move on with the business at hand." The source adds, "Moonves told Chuck Lorre that he should 'let us handle Charlie.'" Since being fired from the show, Sheen has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Lorre and Warner Bros. TV, and embarked on a sold-out concert tour dubbed "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" that has 20 dates planned so far, and will reportedly earn Sheen $7 million.