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'Anger Management': Martin Sheen Hits The Set Of Charlie Sheen's Show (PHOTO)

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Martin Sheen guest stars on "Anger Management."

"Anger Management" will be home to a Sheen family renunion.

The tenth episode of the upcoming FX series features a guest starring stint from Martin Sheen, father of series star Charlie Sheen. And there's a sneak peek at the Sheens' shared table read for "Anger Management" below.

“As the show’s developed, we’re discovering who my family is as I discuss them," Charlie told "Access Hollywood" at the end of March. “We’re going to find out this guy does have major issues with his pop and when that character does finally show up, it will be my dad."

In "Anger Management," Sheen plays Charlie Goodson, a former baseball player who turns his own anger issues into a career as a therapist. FX will air 10 episodes of the series starting June 28 before deciding whether or not to produce 90 more. The model is similar to TBS' approach with "Are We There Yet?"

Charlie's relationship with his father Martin, the former star of "The West Wing," has had its ups and downs, but Charlie told "Access Hollywood" the two are "pretty cool." This will be Martin's first TV gig since "The West Wing" ended in May 2006.

Charlie tweeted a photo of his father from the "Anger Management" set, saying, "Welcome to the set Dad..!" Check out the image below. It looks like Martin got quite the round of applause.


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