Is Charlie Sheen returning to the series finale of Two and a Half Men? That’s what is looks like. Ashton Kutcher stopped by Ellen DeGeneres the other day to talk about the end of Two and a Half Men, and the odds of Charlie Sheen making a grand return.
It’s known that Sheen has wanted to return to the show, but in the past Kutcher has been very adamant about not wanting to deal with Sheen’s eccentric personality and occasional ego trips.
DeGeneres asked the actor if Sheen was returning, and while Kutcher didn’t say whether Charlie was going to join him on screen, he basically confirmed the news with his awkward and comical body language.
From the looks of it, Kutcher is terrified of sharing the screen with the man whose show he inherited. When further asked whether or not Sheen was returning, Kutcher squirmed.
“No. I’m like, I don’t… here’s the thing if you’re working on the Warner Brothers lot. If there’s sirens, come save me.”
Earlier Sheen told E! Online that he wanted his return to be “classy,” which is a far cry from when he first was pushing to return to the show he was ousted from.
“I want to do it in a way that still services what the show is today, and also honors what it was when I was there. Who knows? I’m sure they are over there right now, pen to paper, trying to figure something out. If it’s not done properly, then there is no reason to do it. But it’s a pretty smart group over there and I’m sure they will figure something. Something that makes sense to everyone.”
Although Ashton has read the script for the last episode, which is slated to air in February, only Chuck Lorre, the show’s creator, has the power to bring Sheen back. Over the summer, he wasn’t giving any hints on what the series finale of Two and a Half Men would bring.
“We haven’t discussed that, really. We’ve been really focused on finding a storyline that puts Jon and Ashton front and center in a really interesting, provocative, hopefully funny story. That was our priority going into this year, was to do a storyline that puts these two guys right in the middle of it. So outside characters will come in as they do, but that’s not the focus.”
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