Charlie Sheen: ‘Honored’ to be killed by train in ‘Two and a Half Men’
Charlie Sheen will be more than just a personal train wreck in the next season of “Two and a Half Men.” His character Charlie Harper will reportedly be struck dead by an oncoming Paris subway.
But the rock star from Mars, who was kicked off the sitcom earlier this year after going on public rants about the show’s creator Chuck Lorre, isn’t torn up over his character’s brutal death. Au contraire, the comedian is delighted and “honored” that the series would grant Harper such a dramatic, over-the-top death.
“I am honored that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character,” the Warlock explained to TMZ on Wednesday. “Anything less would have been an insult!” (RELATED: Charlie Sheen, Michaele Salahi visit D.C.)
Earlier this month, Deadline reported that Sheen’s character would be killed and have a funeral at the start of the upcoming season. Last week, TMZ reported that fictional Harper’s demise would be gruesome and shocking, as the character would “slip” on the Paris metro platform, fall in front of an approaching train, and blow to pieces in a “meat explosion.”