Charlie Sheen Predictably Takes The Crazy Road Over Chuck Lorre’s ‘Two And A Half Men’ Finale

03.10.15 3 years ago 10 Comments
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Now that Two and a Half Men is over and set for endless success in syndication, you’d think that both Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre could move on from their silly feud. But it was pretty obvious that with the way Lorre paid anything but tribute to his former star in the series finale that Sheen, ever the tiger-blooded warlock, would eventually let us all know how he really feels. Sure, we hoped that his simple and mature Twitter dig/promo for his great cameo on The Goldbergs would be the end of the conversation, but when TMZ can catch Sheen on camera at the mall, there’s no way anyone is walking away without a classic quote.

While hanging out with Family Matters star Darius McCrary and other friends, Sheen seemed to be over the nonsensical feud before he eventually opened up and aired his evil thoughts.

“That’s just him, I don’t care anymore. I don’t care if he lives or dies. Doesn’t matter. Hold on… *pretends to pick something out of his teeth and flicks it* Is that him? Seriously, it doesn’t even matter. To go that low and be that immature and that completely unevolved and that stupid in my face, really? You must feel safe, motherfucker. You must feel safe where you live, damn. Sorry, just sayin’. You know what I’m saying? It’s a free country, but it’s a smart country. Run with that, brother.”

Classic warlock. What actually intrigues me the most about this brief interview is how serious his friends are about keeping Sheen’s shirt covering his chest. You’d think with all that vegan food and yoga, he’d want to show off the results, but McCrary just won’t let us get a peek at the tiger’s cage.

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