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article imageCharlie Sheen supports Kutcher as replacement

By Vincent Sobotka     Aug 11, 2011 in Entertainment
As the Two and a Half Men season premire inches closer, the ecstatically removed Charlie Sheen seems to be settling well into his life as a spectator.
"Who's not going to watch? I'll be there front and center, I'm just as curious as everybody else," Sheen told the entertainment news show 'Extra' on Monday. "I think Ashton's gonna kill it."
Sheen, who played the promiscuous bachelor, Charlie Harper, on the CBS hit-series 'Two and a Half Men' left the show early this year after questions were raised about his mental stability after ongoing struggles with drug and alcohol abuse. Ashton Kutcher, 33, was announced as Sheen's replacement in May.
Sheen, in his typical media demeanor, was affront. "I'm actually rooting hard for them and that worm is turning. It should be exciting. It'll be nice to know that they get some carry-over ratings from people being sort of curious about what happened to their guy."
Two and a Half men is scheduled to return to the small screen on September 19.
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