After deciding to do his three-month stint in "rehab" from the comfort of his home, Charlie Sheen also decided he will work during "rehab," so that Two and a Half Men won't fall too far behind.

TMZ reports that Sheen will return to the set in "3 to 4 weeks," thereby minimizing the length of Two and a Half Men's projected hiatus. (And, we assume, diminishing Warner Brother's projected $250 million loss. If they're lucky they'll get it down to eight digits?) The goal is to lag only two episodes behind schedule.

Basically, rehab for Charlie Sheen is what the rest of us call "life," an act where you sleep in your appointed domicile, go to work, pay your bills, and don't have (many) cocaine parties with porn stars. [TMZ, image via Getty]