Charlie Sheen Would Return To ‘Two And A Half Men’; Excited To See His Character’s Death

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 15th, 2014 at 8:47 pm,

Next Monday, the gruesome death of Charlie Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, will be revealed in the Two and a Half Men season 9 premiere.

Despite this death marking the end of what very well be television’s most public feud between an actor and show creator (Chuck Lorre), Sheen recently revealed that not only is he looking forward to seeing his character’s funeral being played out on screen, but that he’d be willing to return to the series in the future in order to help provide better closure than, well, being murdered.

Speaking with Matt Lauer on The Today Show to promote the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen, Sheen acknowledges his interest in wanting to watch the Two and a Half Men season 9 premiere: “I’m… really curious about what happened to me. Because I don’t look at it just as what they’re doing forward, I look at it as what I left behind for them to continue, and how they’re going to figure all that out. So really, my hat’s off to them, if they can pull it off.”

In a sense, that’s the question that many fans are asking themselves as the premiere approaches: Can Chuck Lorre and Two and a Half pull off the funeral of Charlie Harper while seamlessly inserting Ashton Kutcher into the series as the newly divorced and suicidal internet billionaire Walden Schmidt? With so many references to death contained within a 30-minute (18 minutes without commercials) comedic sitcom, it does sound incredibly difficult.

Luckily, if Lorre and Co. aren’t able to pull off one of the most looked upon transitions in television history, Sheen has generously offered to return to Two and a Half Men to help provide a more appropriate conclusion to his character.

Says Sheen about his possible return:

“…if they wanted or needed or thought that was a good idea. I’m completely be on board for that. Here’s the closure: I’ll be in the final episode.”

Not forgetting the manner in which his character is written off the show, Sheen admits:

“Unless I’m really dead … there was no body at the funeral. There was no urn.”

If anything, at least the offer from Sheen is on the table. Considering what all has transpired between Sheen and Lorre – no matter who was in the right – there’s something to be said about his willingness to return.

While interested viewers will have to wait and see how everything is handled in the premiere episode, the general consensus amongst the series’ many fans is that they’re going to have a problem keeping people tuning in to the series without Sheen on it. Because, as many have stated, Sheen practically made the series what it is today.

Of course, if the Two and a Half Men premiere doesn’t leave you in hysterics, you can always tune in to the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen afterwards.


Two and a Half Men season 9 premieres September 19th

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Source: The Today Show [via: The Wrap]

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  2. Please bring back Charlie back you will have more people watching I know all my family would like to see him come back maybe he is in a coma or lost his memory and maybe he could be walking down the beach and maybe rose found him then there could be 3 bachelor’s in that house that would be cool.

  3. I read in a newspaper Charlie Sheen will come back in a ghost. If we think it , like a ghost it won’t be the same. He must return and thw writer must write a story to make him come back. For example: ” Charlie Harper was not really dead. He left Malibu and he didn’t say anything to nobody. He was livin’ in another city, L.A., New York, Chicago,… They confused his body with another of a guy looked like him. Now, he decided to return to his old house in Malibu.”
    I think this should be the story, but I need to think what do you think and how you want Charlie, like a ghost or in his own body.

    • I have an idea how they could bring him back. Charlie cheated on Rose like they say he already does, so in a heated argument she hits him with an object knocking him out, they fly back to Malibu whilst Charlie is knocked how, drive to Rose’s home, she ties him up and puts him in a locked room so he will always be hers and he manages to escape somehow and returns home. That could be in a flashback though so to surprise people watching he runs to the house lets himself in when no one is looking, goes to what was his bedroom and falls asleep, or he manages to break in and as Walden and Alan get in they hear him, think he’s a burglar and yeah. The writers would expand on that.

  4. i have to say that i like the shows with ashton. but it is really not the same and it is really not that funny and special and profound as it was with charlie! I also thought about Charlie’s Comeback…the story with it’s coma came on my mind too. alan will open the door thinking about nothing aber than charlie standing in front of him….

    sheen please come back!!!!!!!!!

  5. The show really isn’t the same without him. If I’m truly honest I thinks the show sucks. I would like Lorre to bring Charlie back in fully to the show. Put up some b******* story about how Charlie faked his death to go to brazil to go sleep with the beautiful women there. The show is nothing without Charlie.

  6. I implore those responsible for the series Two and a Half Men to do back Charlie. We here in Brazil and all of my family, my friends and enemies are screaming with one voice: The Charlei BRING BACK! My grandmother was sicker than he was just because Charlie left the scene.

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  8. Charlie sheen is two and a half men without him I don’t see Why ill ever watch it

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  10. Man do I miss Charlie Sheen in Two and a half men, he made the show.

  11. I really miss Charlie. . he was the only reason i watched two and half men .he made the show really fun to watch .please bring him back ..please please please

  12. I love walden way better than charlie ;) (-)(-)

    • Charlie made the show funny ..

  13. The show is nothing without Charlie, bring him back permanently!
    I like the idea of him being in a coma somewhere and he wakes up and goes back to the house, it would be great to have him back and I (and many, many others) would actually start watching two and a half men again if he came back! :)

  14. I miss Charlie he made the show infacted since he left I haven’t watched any future episodes
    I love his relationship with Alan and his mother god I miss Charlie