That's surely what many viewers were watching for: To see whether Sheen would return for Thursday's final episode of Two and a Half Men — the series he helped turn into one of CBS's (and TV's) biggest hits. The answer was "yes" in spirit, but "no" in body.
Though if executive producer Chuck Lorre's final title card was true, it was almost "yes." Lorre says he offered Sheen a chance to come back and be killed by a falling piano. Sheen apparently declined, tweeting, "I go where the love is." (Instead, a look-alike had the piano dropped on him).