Charlie Sheen to L.A. Fugitive Christopher Dorner: 'Let's Figure Out How to End This Thing' (Video)

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"Anger Management" ratings slide 40 percent from its premiere to 3.4 million viewers in week two -- still strong, but further erosion could jeopardize the show's future after its 10-episode trial run.

"I am urging you to call me," the "Anger Management" star said in a TMZ video recorded for the ex-LAPD murder suspect.

Christopher Dorner -- the ex-police officer suspected in the killing of three people in alleged revenge slayings -- is still on the run after authorities launched a massive manhunt for him in Southern California. 

STORY: L.A. Fugitive Christopher Dorner Reveals Strong Opinions on Hollywood in Bizarre Manifesto

Anger Management star Charlie Sheen, who was one of the celebrities listed in Dorner's lengthy online manifesto, decided to record a video to Dorner to personally entreat him to end the standoff. 

"You mentioned me in your manifesto, so thank you for your kind words. I am urging you to call me," said Sheen in a video posted on TMZ. "Let's figure out together how to end this thing."

"Call me, I look forward to talking to you," the actor concluded. 

Dorner took particular interest in addressing Hollywood personalities by name in his manifesto and criticizing or praising their work.

"Charlie Sheen, you're effin awesome," the ex-officer wrote in the document.

The suspect also sent a parcel to Anderson Cooper (also listed in the manifesto) that contained a note, DVD and coin shot with "bullet holes," the CNN anchor stated Friday. 

Watch Sheen's message below: