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Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' Teaser: What Have We Learned?

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Apr 11, 2012 | 9:10am EDT

Charlie SheenCharlie Sheen recently told us that his new show, Anger Management, is "smarter" than his old one, Two and a Half Men — and in the brand-new promo for the FX series, Men is once again referenced, albeit a little more subtly.

The 15-second clip starts off with solemn funeral music as the camera pans to Sheen, lying in an open casket, eyes closed — followed by a voice-over: "Charlie Sheen died ... and went to FX." During which Sheen opens his eyes and offers a barely noticeable reaction. (A smirk, perhaps?!)

The very, very brief teaser, the first for the series on which Sheen will play an anger-management therapist (a loose adaptation of the 2003 Adam Sandler/Jack Nicholson comedy), doesn't reveal even a hint of what we can expect from the show, tonally or otherwise, but make no mistake: It's a swipe at Sheen being killed off of Men.

Find your own meaning in the video, below, and catch Anger Management when it premieres June 28 on FX.

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