Death of Charlie Sheen's 'Two and a Half Men' character revealed

By Karen Ruffini,
Charlie's demise is strange and unusual

There is a big spoiler ahead, so for those who'd like to be surprised -- avert your eyes!

We all know that Charlie Sheen's mega life crisis last winter was the reason he was not asked to come back to the very funny sitcom, Two and a Half Men. Charlie's lead role was up for grabs ever since Sheen left. Two and a Half Men enthusiasts wondered what would happen to Charlie, and, more importantly, who would take his place in the show?

Well, we asked. And now they have answered.

The new replacement on the show has been confirmed to be Hollywood heartthrob Ashton Kutcher. Jon Cryer, who plays Sheen's brother Alan on the show, is probably relieved to see a new face on set (Sheen called Cryer a "troll" amongst other rude remarks). Cryer went on to tell The Hollywood Reporter that "They've managed to bring in Ashton in a really terrific way…I mean, Ashton just did the show on Friday and just tore the roof off the joint. He was amazing."

And if that doesn't make us look forward to what happens next on Two and a Half Men, then the demise of Charlie will surely make fans curious. So, what will it be? Drinking himself to death? Getting killed by one of his millions of "lady friends"? Nope.

According to TMZ, it takes a "freaking train" to kill off Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. Sheen is reportedly "honored" that it took such a huge event for his death to happen. I guess it's an -- erm, accomplishment, to have such a violent and tragic ending for Mr. Sheen.

The new season of Two and a Half Men will start this fall, and will be air on Mondays at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.

I think it's safe to say we all can't wait to see the first episode, so we can all say sorry, Charlie.



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