declaring that if Charlie moves back into the beach house, “I believe we can keep this going for another five years.” But there may have been no greater target than Charlie—both the fictional Harper and real person—with characters poking fun of the actor’s history of womanizing, drug use, and recent career (“Has [Charlie] tried anger management?” Alan: “Yeah, but it didn’t work out”).
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Can you talk about having the last word of the series, being said by you, and it’s the word that Sheen made famous after his departure from the show. What was the meaning of that inclusion to you?CHUCK LORRE: Oh, it felt funny. It felt like the funniest and must succinct way to...
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