It’s always hard to write a main character out of a series, especially a figure that is popular and beloved by the American public. Which is why the head warlock himself suggests that Charlie Sheen’s Two And A Half Men character commit suicide. When talking with Access Hollywood, Sheen says he regrets that the sitcom uncle he played didn’t end it all in the most gruesome way possible, in order to be found by Jon Cryer‘s uptight dad character. “I feel bad for the fans because there was never that final episode where Alan, like, comes into my room calling my name and pulls back the closet door and there I am hanging, with a note saying, ‘How do you like me now, Chuck?,'” Sheen laughed. Well, that would actually get us to watch the show for once. Can’t argue with ratings!
Though producer Chuck Lorre is still planning to continue Two And A Half Men without Charlie Sheen, we could potentially see Sheen’s imagined heartfelt send-off online. “Maybe I’ll do a web version and we’ll produce that version ourselves,” Sheen cracked. Here’s hoping Charlie’s version has half of the heart and sensitivity as the Two And A Half Men leaked finale that’s been floating around the Interwebs. What a way to go out with style.