Jon Cryer: Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men Death Will Be "Funny"
Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men death is sure to be a real laugh riot -- just ask costar Jon Cryer!
Shooting down TMZ.com's report that Sheen's Charlie Harper will die following a Parisian train accident that the site dubbed a "meat explosion," Cryer confirmed fans will find his untimely end to be rather humorous.
"There is no meat explosion, just so you know; it's not some entree that ends disastrously," Cryer, 46, told Los Angeles TV station KTLA Tuesday of his former costar's demise. "I'm not allowed to say much about it. I will tell you, it's funny."
At the September 19 premiere's taping Friday, the audience was made aware of an "accident," but further details of Harper's death were not disclosed. Sheen -- who recently said he's "curious" about his character's death -- told TMZ he was "honored that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character."
Recalling Friday's taping, Cryer says Men newbie Ashton Kutcher proved his worth as internet billionaire Walden Schmidt.
"They've managed to bring in Ashton in a really terrific way," Cryer told KTLA. "I mean, Ashton just did the show on Friday and just tore the roof off the joint. He was amazing."