The series finale of ‘Two and a Half’ men was anything but ordinary. Filled with meta lines and inside jokes, we couldn’t help but notice the central theme of the Feb. 19 episode: Charlie Sheen’s ridiculous meltdown. But the best was the last scene, and now you can watch it here.
Spoiler alert: if you don’t want to know how Two and a Half Men ended, do not continue reading, or well, you’ll know exactly how the final scene goes down.
‘Two And A Half Men’ Final Scene
The love-hate relationship between Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen has always been a strong one, especially on the hate side. As you may recall, Charlie Sheen was fired during season eight of the show after publicly going off on Chuck. You may remember the letter he released to TMZ in 2011. Here’s a refresher:
What does this say about Haim Levine [Chuck Lorre] after he tried to use his words to judge and attempt to degrade me. I gracefully ignored this folly for 177 shows … I fire back once and this contaminated little maggot can’t handle my power and can’t handle the truth. I wish him nothing but pain in his silly travels especially if they wind up in my octagon. Clearly I have defeated this earthworm with my words — imagine what I would have done with my fire breathing fists. I urge all my beautiful and loyal fans who embraced this show for almost a decade to walk with me side-by-side as we march up the steps of justice to right this unconscionable wrong.
So, it was pretty shocking when there was a thought that he’d return for the finale. He didn’t but in a way Chuck got his payback by dropping a piano on him and “winning” — before getting hit himself.
“[Appearing in the episode] just felt like comedically the right thing to do,” Chuck explained to our sister site, Variety. “It’s like ‘Nobody gets out of here alive’ may be the theme of this series. The proposition that anybody wins in something like this is ridiculous. That would have felt uncomfortable to me. So the second piano felt like the right thing to do.”
So, did you enjoy the ending, HollywoodLifers?
— Emily Longeretta