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‘Two and a Half Men’: details on Charlie Sheen’s character’s death

HollywoodNews.com: Although there were attempts to keep the details about how Charlie Sheen’s ‘Two and a Half Men’ character would die, the possible cause is allegedly being revealed.

It is rumored that Sheen’s character is pronounced dead after being hit by a subway train in Paris, states TMZ. It is reported that Sheen’s character marries the Rose character while in Paris, but is then caught in the shower with another woman.

The Rose character reportedly reveals at the funeral that they were waiting at the subway stop after the shower incident when Sheen’s character “slipped” and was hit by the train.

This leads toward the inclination that Rose pushed Sheen’s character and got away with it.

Do you like this version or should they have chosen a different death?

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One Comment

  • August 7, 2011 | Permalink |

    I think that is a really good idea it’s quite funny idea as well i am such a big fan of the show i cant wait.

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