Well, I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought the Two and a Half Men finale was totally puerile.

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Two and a Half men has been an extremely funny sitcom until Charlie Sheen left due to conflicts with the writer Chuck Lorre. His character on the show has been replaced by Walden Schmidt (played by Ashton Kutcher) and since then it went straight downhill.

But I had a hope that the finale would be different since Charlie Sheen was willing to come back and bring his magic back to the show for a great finale. People had doubts that it would happen since a lot of burned bridges had to be rebuilt. Well, three weeks ago we saw that Sheen wasn’t coming back in the aired finale that was just plain juvenile. The show was clearly a Charlie Sheen diss.

Two and a half men finaleA TMZ reporter approached Sheen to see how he felt about the Two and a half men finale, and Sheen reacted at first saying “It doesn’t matter”……but then things got a little bit more explosive:

“I don’t care if he lives or dies…Seriously, it doesn’t even matter. To go that low, and be that immature and that completely unevolved and that stupid. In my face, really? You must feel safe, motherfucker! You must feel safe where you live. Damn.”

The episode ends with a Sheen stand-in walking up to the house’s front door and being squashed out of existence by grand piano which fell from a helicopter. Then camera pulls back and you could see Chuck Lorre sitting on a chair, turning has head to the camera and saying “winning” which was something that Sheen use to say in his interviews.

I was hoping for a better finale since the show had a wonderful extremely funny eight seasons, followed by four more seasons that were just…”icky”. Now all we have are memories from the good ol’ days.

Source: Cinemablend

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