I did watch it, because I had to see the train wreck for myself.
I thought that it was not only somewhat predictable (ie as soon as the discussion began that Allen would have to move as the beach house was going to be sold. I predicted correctly that Kutchner's role would have to be one of someone wealthy to bail him out. I thought the whole thing was as simplistic of a cop-out as they could have possibly come up with. I didnt' find the character intriguing and don't think he'll ever be half the fit that Charlie Sheen was.
I think I'm done with that show, not that I was a regular watcher to begin with
I thought the producers and writers got the ultimate revenge by having his girlfriends at the funeral tell about all the diseases he gave them. and remember the show is just that- a show. Its entertainment and not supposed to be cerebral. I do think Charlie Sheen's character will be missed and he did make the show fun. He(Sheen) see,ms remorseful on every talk show and he made mention at the roast how he screwed up. "don't know what you've got til it's gone"
It was on here in Australia just a few hours ago, loads of hype surrounding it also. I thought it was a terrible way to kill him off!! A train! wow! Didn't mind the rest of it, we will have to wait and see how Ashton goes. Not bad for what they had to deal with I guess.
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