Charlie's Out, What About The Show?

It has been almost two months since Warner Brothers fired Charlie Sheen from Two and a Half Men, leaving many people wondering what the future holds for the show. Are the days of Two and a Half Men numbered?

Charlie SheenOn March 7, Charlie Sheen was given the boot from Two and a Half Men. Many assumed that the show's days were numbered. However, Hollywood Reporter sources say that's not the case and Two and a Half Men may stay on the air. We wonder what Charlie Sheen has to say about it.

Apparently, Chuck Lorre plans to "reboot" Two and a Half Men, giving former Sheen co-star Jon Cryer a significant role. Additionally, sources say Lorre intends to add a new character, although there's no word on who will play the newbie.

Word has it that Charlie Sheen still wants to return to Two and a Half Men, despite the fact that he's quite busy touring the U.S., delivering his self-proclaimed "winning" stand-up routine, My Violent Torpedo of Truth. And, of course, there's the little matter of that $100 million lawsuit.

Details, details.

Regardless of whether Sheen really wants to return to Two and a Half Men, Hollywood Reporter notes that isn't happening: "Lorre is said to remain uninterested in meeting with Sheen, and Warners sources are adamant that Sheen will not be invited back."

So, what's to become of Two and a Half Men? The speculation is that it will, in fact, be back for a ninth season, although not everyone agrees. I guess we'll have to wait and see.

In the meantime, it would be sort of fun to hear Sheen's take on it -- maybe on a UStream video while he's inhaling cigarettes through his nose. Or not.

If Two and a Half Men does return for a ninth season without Charlie Sheen, will you watch?


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Comments on "Good news, Charlie Sheen: Are Two and a Half Men’s days numbered?"

why August 27, 2011 | 1:03 PM

why would anyone watch the show without Charlie not me

alex April 29, 2011 | 9:16 PM

im gunna go out on a limb and say charlie's drinking catches up to him and he dies leaving tons of money for alan and the house. alan and jake will live in the house with alans new girlfriend. just my guess and no i wont watch without charlie it just wont be the same show

big fan April 29, 2011 | 4:35 PM

I will NOT watch this if Charlie is not in it. id rather get my head and beat it against the wall for 30mins. Yes Charlie has let himself go abit these days but come on, if you had fame and ALOT of money wouldnt you live life out of the box to? I know I would. I say go Charlie go !

Johnny Stingray April 29, 2011 | 7:35 AM

Charlie moves to NY City, Allen comes out of the closet, and the new man is Allen's love interest. Jake fathers his own son out of wedlock and his girlfriend moves into the house to raise the couples child.

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