Imitating the former 'Two and a Half Men' actor's voice, the funnyman pranks people on the show which is retitled 'Sheen'd'.
In Jimmy Fallon's spoof world, Charlie Sheen gets a sweet revenge on Ashton Kutcher by replacing the new "Two and a Half Men" lead star on "Punk'd". The comedian impersonates the troubled actor, smoking and saying "winning" several times in a video which is claimed to be a clip from upcoming season of the prank show which is retitled "Sheen'd".
Fallon's Sheen interrupts some people during their works by spilling drink on keyboards, stealing a woman's apple, and playing on a light switch at another employee's room. When they ask what he is doing, he keeps saying "sheen'd" but people do not understand what it means.
In the end of the pranks, Fallon's Sheen warns viewers, "You mess with Sheen, you get 'sheen'd'."
Jimmy Fallon's latest parody on Charlie Sheen is likely inspired by Ashton Kutcher who has signed up to replace Sheen on "Two and a Half Men". The "No Strings Attached" hunk is cast after the 45-year-old actor was fired following his public insult toward producer Chuck Lorre.