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'Two and a Half Men' Spoilers: Deets on Charlie's Demise

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 8th 2011 11:46AM
Two and a Half Men castAlthough cast and audience members reportedly had to sign a confidentiality agreement at this weekend's taping of the season premiere of 'Two and a Half Men,' naturally the details surrounding the demise of Charlie Sheen's character and the return of former guest stars leaked online immediately. Warning: spoilers ahead.

Photos on TMZ showed Charlie's famous blue striped polo shirt hanging in front of a church surrounded by flowers. Now that the details surrounding his death have leaked, we know why there's no casket -- apparently, while in Paris with Rose (the pair flew to the city of love), he fell into the subway tracks and was killed.

Rose tells guests at the funeral that the two eloped, but she found Charlie in the shower with another woman. The working theory is that she pushed him, but told everyone he slipped.

As for the famous funeral guests who show up to mourn Charlie's death, TMZ says they include Jenny McCarthy, who played an ex-girlfriend, and none other than John Stamos, who was rumored to be taking Sheen's place on the show.

As we reported last week, Ashton Kutcher's character, broken-hearted Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, will be introduced when he tours the house intending to purchase it after Sheen's death.

For his part, Sheen told TMZ that he looks forward to watching his own death onscreen, and he thanks the show for kicking him off and jump-starting his career again. "I will be watching my fake funeral, attended by my fake ex-girlfriends, from my very, very real movie theater, with my very real hotties in tow," he told the site. "I have always been told that I have nine lives, so it is going to be amazing to witness my own funeral which is clearly a win/win situation because Ashton has just given me a 10th."

Sheen is currently working with director Joe Roth on a televised adaptation of the 2003 Jack Nicholson/Adam Sandler movie 'Anger Management.'

'Two and a Half Men' returns to CBS Sept. 19, the same day Comedy Central will roast Charlie Sheen.

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October 28 2011 at 10:17 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
Charlie Henry

I won't watch the new "two and a half men"

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August 24 2011 at 1:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Shouldn't they use the funeral they already aired for continuity?

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