Charlie Sheen’s Two and a Half Men talks ‘implode’

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19 February 2015

Charlie Sheen won’t star in the finale of Two and a Half Men.

The 49-year-old actor formerly starred in the programme before he was fired in 2011 and later replaced by Ashton Kutcher.

Charlie was reported to be returning to the show for the finale of the 12th, and last, season.

'the two sides were unable to come to an agreement about how Charlie’s return would be handled'

However, his potential comeback fell through after talks with show creator Chuck Lorre “imploded”.

“Negotiations for a return just didn’t go anywhere…..the two sides were unable to come to an agreement about how Charlie’s return would be handled,” a source told RadarOnline.com.

News of Charlie’s foiled return comes after his former co-star Jon Cryer opened up about working with him in a recent interview.

"I think for me, and for a lot of people, the first sort of crack in the façade was when Charlie started going on the Alex Jones show and talking about 9/11 - that it was a conspiracy, and that it was a controlled demolition and all this stuff," he recalled in an interview with HuffPoLive.

"I remember driving into my parking space, and I saw him stepping out of his trailer, and I was like, 'Uh, can we talk for a minute?'"

Jon and Ashton will appear in the one-hour finale of Two and a Half Men on CBS on Thursday night.

And while Charlie won’t be making an appearance, Jon said there will be a fair few familiar faces popping up in the episode.

“It’s absolutely crazy,” Jon told Entertainment Tonight of the show. “We are not shooting this the way we normally shoot a show. We’ve got all kind of special guests.”

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