His successor, Ashton Kutcher, may have spilled the beans
The Two and a Half Men star may have spilled some major beans on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday.
The new father revealed to Ellen DeGeneres that he knows how the series will end its impressive 12-year run.
“I don’t know if I’m allowed to talk about it,” Kutcher said, clearly overwhelmed by the sheer power of the information to which he’s privy. “I’m scared. I’m a little terrified.”
DeGeneres, of course, came right out with it: “Does Charlie [Sheen] come back?”
A series of uncomfortable shrugs, smiles and giggles followed from Kutcher, 36.
“I’m like I don’t here’s the thing,” Kutcher said, without saying anything. “If you’re working on the Warner Bros. lot, and there’s sirens come save me,” he implored.
It’s not clear whether the sirens would for the traitorous revealer of Sheen-related secrets, or whether they would be there to separate Sheen from Men showrunner Chuck Lorre – and/or whomever else.
“So, [Sheen] comes back,” DeGeneres, 56, pressed.
“I don’t I didn’t say that,” he started, before turning to the audience. “Did I say that?” The audience, ever agreeable, murmured that no, Kutcher did not say that Sheen would return.
“I didn’t say that. Thank you. I didn’t say anything,” said Kutcher, relieved.
Or did he?
The hour-long series finale of Two and a Half Men airs Feb. 19 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. (Sheen may or may be making a cameo, but don’t ask Kutcher.)