Charlie Sheen’s Character to Be Killed Off On 'Men'

Tuesday, 02 Aug 2011 12:07 PM

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After it was announced the Charlie Sheen would no longer be a part of “Two of a Half Men,” fans wondered what would happen to his character on the show.

According to TMZ, Charlie Harper will begin the new season of “Men” six feet under.
 
TMZ originally reported that Sheen’s character might be killed off in the show’s script, but more details have emerged which claim that Charlie Harper’s funeral will take place at the beginning of the show’s September 19 opener.
 
The episode will reportedly begin with a memorial service attended by Harper’s collection of girlfriends. Afterwards, Charlie’s beach house, which he shares with Alan and Jake, will be put up for sale and looked at by real-life celeb buyers.
 
According to the report, Ashton Kutcher’s character will likely buy the house and Kutcher will take up permanent residence on the show.
 

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