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Does any one else misses charlie's acting in "two and a half man" tv serial?

  1. rosika profile image77
    rosikaposted 6 years ago

    Does any one else misses charlie's acting in "two and a half man" tv serial?

    ven though Charlie harper was not very appreciated about his real life activity, but I think he was a good actor and I miss his role.

  2. LewSethics profile image61
    LewSethicsposted 6 years ago

    Charlie Sheen made that show.  I can't stand Kutchner, he always seemed like a spoiled mamma's boy, and I could never get the why he is so famous.  I watched one and one half episodes of the show with Kutchner but I didn't like it.  I won't be watching that show any more, although the reruns are still hilarious.

  3. Alastar Packer profile image84
    Alastar Packerposted 6 years ago

    Lewsethics is right. Sheen WAS that show. The kind of stuff brought out on him happens all the time; so, why would they set the Hell-Hounds on the star of  TVs no. one show? What could Charlie have done to make them destroy and dis-credit a money-maker like him? That, is the question.

  4. courtlneygdtm profile image78
    courtlneygdtmposted 6 years ago

    Charlie Sheen was the show. Charlie Sheen acted effortlessly, and was so funny in the show by  just being himself.  The show seemed more natural with Charlie Sheen.  I watched an episode with Ashton Kutcher, and even though he had some funny lines, the humor seemed forced.  Charlie Sheen needs to return and reclaim his show!


  5. Robin Oatley profile image77
    Robin Oatleyposted 6 years ago

    It seems to me that the great majority of TV shows wouldn't survive the death of one of its main characters. Especially shows like Two and a Half Men that have a small cast to begin with. Apart from that, Sheen carried the show. If Alan or Jake were killed off, maybe the show would have survived (with adding a new character, obviously). But Charlie leaving is the beginning of the end for the show.
    This season's premiere drew almost 30 million viewers. Everyone wanted to know what would happen to Charlie. Last Monday's episode had only 13.9 million, still good numbers, but a HUGE loss. I wonder where this will end..

  6. Hubpage Gal profile image60
    Hubpage Galposted 6 years ago

    I have not watched "two and a half men" since the producers replaced Charlie Sheen with Ashton Kutcher.  But the show about a womanizing single man living with his brother who is raising his son fits Charlie Sheen lifestyle better and he was a better fit for the role.  Although, I do not condone Charlie Sheen irresponsible behavior, it is difficult to replace an actor that the part seemed to have been written for.  But because now Ashton Kutcher has the  job, I wish him the most success.