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Charlie Sheen: Ashton Kutcher 'Lame' Sidekick on 'Two and a Half Men'

By David Ogul   |   Tuesday, 07 Jan 2014 05:19 PM

Charlie Sheen is lashing out at his "Two and a Half Men" replacement Ashton Kutcher, calling Kutcher "lame" and "really lame" during an ongoing Twitter rant.

On Sunday, Sheen called out his former comedy co-star Jon Cryer, tweeting a photo of Cryer and Kutcher.

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Sheen has never been known to hold back on the social networking site, on which he has more than 10 million followers (the pope has about 3.5 million).

Last month Sheen took to Twitter to slam ex-wife Denise Richards for reportedly reneging on plans that would have the former couple spend Christmas together with their daughters. Richards said there was a misunderstanding. That led to dueling tweets between the two, resulting in Sheen tweeting the other day that he had married his porn star girlfriend of two months, Brett Rossi.

Sheen admitted on Tuesday that it was just a joke aimed at getting a rise out of Richards.

“I just wanted to give (Richards) a stroke,” he told TMZ.

For many, Sheen’s antics have been almost as entertaining as his role on "Two and a Half Men." The comedy series premiered in September of 2003 and has won positive reviews since. But when Sheen entered a drug rehabilitation program in February of 2011 and began disparaging Executive Producer Chuck Lorre, CBS and Warner Bros. opted to halt production for the rest of that season. Sheen was later dumped from the show, his character being killed off. Kutcher replaced Sheen in the show’s ninth season as Internet tycoon Walter Schmidt.

Sheen hasn’t held back his feelings on the show. The Wrap notes that Sheen has criticized the series as “dead” and said that Kutcher "sucks," among other things.

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