Talking about his replacement on 'Two and a Half Men', Sheen said that he is just as curious to watch how it would turn out.
Charlie Sheen has a reason why he would sit in front of TV next month to watch the first episode of "Two and a Half Men" without his character. The actor, who was sacked from the sitcom, said that he is just as curious as everyone else and he thinks his replacement Ashton Kutcher is "gonna kill it".
While out in Los Angeles with his friend Chuck Zito, Sheen said to TMZ, "It'll be nice to know that they get some carryover ratings from people being sorta curious about what happened to their guy." Despite the hard feeling, he would be "rooting hard" for his former show.
But Sheen would also tune in to Comedy Central on the same night to watch himself get roasted. "It's gonna be a big night for everybody," he said. "Two and a Half Men" and "Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen" will air on September 19.
Meanwhile, Kutcher is also talking about Sheen and his new job. To Details magazine, the actor said about Sheen, "I don't know him. I've never met him in my life. But, you know, he sent me congratulations and wished me well. Via Twitter."