Jon Cryer Impersonates Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men
Charlie Harper is haunting the ghost of Two and a Half Men's past on Monday's all-new episode.
In a preview obtained by TVGuide.com (watch above), Jon Cryer's character, Alan, struggles to come to terms with the death of his brother Charlie (played by Charlie Sheen, who was killed off the series in September).
As TVGuide.com reports, Alan's new pal, Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) causes Cryer's character to spiral even further into a depression when he donates Charlie's beloved piano. In the scene depicted here, Walden tells Alan their friends are getting worried about his state of mind.
"The only reason people are worried about me is because they can't wrap their heads around just how cool I am," Cryer, who oddly morphs into Sheen's Charlie Harper, says.
Walden presses on to ask if Alan misses his brother, to which Cryer -- clad in Sheen's signature bowling shirt -- deadpans: "Miss my brother? That parasitic leech? Not likely!"
Watch more of Cryer's impersonation in the clip above before the full episode of Two and a Half Men airs Monday at 9 p.m. (EST) on CBS.