Explosive Two and a Half Men Premiere: Charlie's Horrible Death (Spoiler)
As we reported this week, at the beginning of the new season of "Two and a Half Men" on September 19th, there will be a funeral for Charlie and the house will be up for sale. We've also learned since then how Ashton Kutcher will replace Charlie Sheen and what his job will be.
Now new reports emerged today detailing just how series creator Chuck Lorre has planned to dispose of Charlie, and let's just say that karma's a b%^ch.
OBVIOUS SPOILER ALERT!
According to TMZ's sources:
"Harper married Rose -- the neighbor/stalker he flew to Paris with last season -- but things went downhill quickly when she found him in the shower with another woman. In the episode, we're told Rose speaks at the funeral and recounts what happened to Charlie ... saying the day after the shower incident she and Charlie were waiting for a Paris subway when Charlie 'slipped' and the subway literally blew him apart in a 'meat explosion.' The strong inclination was that Rose pushed him and got away with it."
A meat explosion! Meatsplosion? Damn. That is some seriously harsh business right there. Of course, there is still plenty of time before the season premiere, and given the veil of secrecy around the first show, we wouldn't be shocked if his was all either a deliberately leaked ruse or a wild herring put out by Lorre and the "Two and a Half Men" staff.
What Else We Supposedly Know
The new series will start with a funeral, and early reports have stars like John Stamos and Jenny McCarthy present at the ceremony.
Deadline Hollywood offered these details:
"Charlie Sheen's character Charlie Harper is indeed dead and the season premiere will feature his funeral. Charlie's girlfriends will come back for the occasion, and his house indeed will be put on the market. The episode will feature potential buyers coming to see the house (as I reported earlier, the list is expected to include real-life celebrities and stars from Men co-creator Chuck Lorre's other series), with Ashton Kutcher among them. However, I hear he will not be the rightful owner of Charlie Harper's digs by the end of the premiere episode, with the storyline expected to be extended into Episode 2."
As we reported this week, additional details have leaked about Kutcher's character:
First off, Kutcher's character has a name: Walden Schmidt. Secondly, we know that while Charlie may have been successful as a jingle writer, it's nothing compared to Walden's career. Kutcher's character will be a billionaire who made his fortune on the internet.
Pictures of the funeral scene have also leaked. See those below:
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