With the end finally in sight for veteran CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, the figure involved in the show’s most controversial moment(s) (that did not even happen on-screen) has again reiterated his desire to forget what happened and make one last appearance before the final season is over.
Speaking to Extra in an interview, he recently stated: “They know that I want to do it, and I know that they’re open to it, so I guess we’re just a meeting away from making it happen. I just think I owe it some measure of closure. I owe it to the fans, I owe it to myself, I owe it to Chuck [Lorre, series creator], Jon [Cryer, co-star]. Yeah, I just think it makes sense.”
Lorre’s position on the matter is not as definitive, with most of his comments on the 12th and final season of the show being on how it will focus on the characters of Ashton Kutcher (Sheen’s replacement) and Jon Cryer (the only one of the Two and a Half Men in the title to last the distance). He stated of the planned closure for them: “Outside characters will come in as they do, but that’s not the focus.”
Whether Charlie Sheen will be in any part of that focus remains to be seen, as is the further challenge of writing a deceased character back into the show, should the producers decide to remember the good times of Charlie Harper: