Former Grey's Anatomy star Isaiah Washington was let go from the hit medical drama in 2007 after his now-infamous gay slurs directed at T.R. Knight.
Now working on a Frank Lloyd Wright tour in Chicago, he told the Tribune that Mel Gibson and Charlie Sheen have been treated differently than he was.
"I wasn't given the same benefit of the doubt," he complained ... but no hard feelings. "But you know what's strange? I'd still work with Mel Gibson!"
These three really need to get together for a drink.
"[Mel's] a talented man! Come on, he came up with Apocalypto, man! I want to work with this guy. I've worked with Steven Seagal. He's out of his mind."
"I've worked with Spike Lee for four films. I've worked with people that are teetering between genius and madness. I don't look at their personal stuff."
Well, except for Charlie Sheen's personal stuff. That's over the line.
Asked if he'd consider a Two and a Half Men gig, Isaiah demurred, proclaiming, "I will say this on record: I'm not a fan of that behavior," the actor said.
Good to know he has standards. Amazingly, Washington's best quotes came in reference to his firing from Grey's Anatomy over three years ago ...