Should Two and a Half Men Kill Off Charlie Sheen’s Character?

Sorry, Charlie.

If recent Internet buzz is to be believed, Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men character, Charlie Harper, will soon be kicking the bucket.

When the series films season 10's first episode August 5, TMZ.com reports Sheen's character will meet an untimely demise. According to the site, Men's production staff have considered a variety of death scenarios, one of which finds Sheen's Harper driving off a cliff.

While the series has been retooled in the time since production ceased in January (after one of Sheen's benders sent him to the hospital), it is still unclear how new star Ashton Kutcher will be integrated with series regulars Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones.

Fired from the series in March, Sheen — who's forging ahead with his $100 million lawsuit against Men creator Chuck Lorre — offered Kutcher a bit of advice on dealing with his nemesis Lorre.

"Enjoy planet Chuck, Ashton. There is no air, laughter, loyalty, or love there," Sheen told TMZ in May.

As Men's production team continue to explore scenarios for Sheen's character, tell Us: Should Charlie Harper be killed off?

By Allison Corneau for Us Weekly. For more Channel Surfing, click here.

Should Two and a Half Men Kill Off Charlie Sheen's Character?

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