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Raise a glass to Charlie Harper

By Laurie Bennett

August 4, 2011 at 8:50am

A map we can’t wait to definitively draw: attendees at the funeral of Charlie Harper.

Harper is the character on Two and a Half Men played by Charlie Sheen.

Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen

Official word from CBS is that he’ll be replaced by Ashton Kutcher.

Unofficial word is that Harper will be killed off on the show - a vengeful flourish by creator Chuck Lorre, who bore the brunt of more than one rant.

In real life, Sheen described his boss as “a clown” and a “little maggot.” On screen, Lorre has him whacked.

Lorre certainly wasn’t Sheen’s only target. You have to wonder who else is volunteering to offer a toast at the wake.

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1 Comments

  • #1.   Danny 08.04.2011

    ridiculous your schemas for lot’s of reasons but the more obvious is : you mention all the Kutcher crap movies but just two or three Sheen movies, hello Sheen has had a far more successful movie career than Ashton Kutcher, he has made far much more sucessful and famous movies than what you mention..pathetic paper..SHAME ON YOU.
    And i quite like Ashton but his movies are awful whereas Sheen younger was seen as a very influent, strong movie actor, it is not even comparable.

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