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Charlie Sheen Still Smarting Over 'Two and a Half' Piano Drop

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Charlie Sheen. (Fred Prouser/Reuters/Landov, file)

By    |   Wednesday, 11 Mar 2015 06:55 AM

Charlie Sheen has slammed "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre over the show's finale, especially the final scene showing a piano being dropped on his character at the front door of the home where he used to live.

"That's just him," Sheen said of Lorre during a TMZ interview. "I don't care anymore. I don't care if (Lorre) lives or dies. It doesn't matter."

But Sheen, who saw his "Anger Management" series on FX canceled in December after two season, seemed to really care as he continued his rant.

"To go that low, to be that immature . . . un-evolved and stupid, in my face, really?" said Sheen. "You must feel safe mother f*****. You must feel safe where you live. It's a free country but it's a very smart country. . . . Run with that brother."

Scott Collins of the Los Angeles Times wrote that no one should really be surprised by Sheen's reaction, given the bad blood that exists between the two since the actor left the "Two and a Half Men" set in a swirl of controversy in 2011.

"Sheen has for years been engaged in an on-again, off-again war of words against Lorre," wrote Collins. "The actor was fired from 'Men' in 2011 after publicly criticizing his bosses. He has called Lorre a 'clown' and far worse."

"For the record he was offered a role," Lorre said on a vanity card at the end of the show. "… We thought it was funny. He didn't. Instead, he wanted us to write a heart-warming scene that would set up his return to primetime TV in a new sitcom called 'The Harpers' starring him and Jon Cryer. We thought that was funny too."

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