Charlie Sheen has returned to the place where he feels most comfortable.
No, it's not a bar full of prostitutes. It's the set of his hit sitcom Two and a Half Men.
How has the troubled actor, who is due in court next month on charges of domestic abuse against wife Brooke Mueller, holding up?
"He is doing as well as he can under the circumstances," producer Chuck Lorre told E! News. "Charlie is a consummate professional and... he was 1000 percent there for us from the first moment when we started shooting and it was a great night for us... Charlie was just terrific."
Lorre added that the show's production schedule will remain the same and that the live audience during the taping was "incredibly supportive" of Sheen.
As for Lorre's boss, CBS President Nina Tassler said:
"We're being very sensitive to the fact that this is a very personal and private matter for Charlie. There's been no impact on the network right now. The show is proceeding along its regular production schedule. It's a wonderful show and right now it is business as usual."