No hard feelings on Charlie Sheen's end.
The former Two and a Half Men star ran right over shock, pain and denial and is totally accepting of the fact that Charlie Harper, the character he played for eight seasons, is about to meet his maker in real Final Destination fashion.
"Listen, I get it and I kinda knew they would do it this way," Sheen tells E! News while shooting a promo for his upcoming Comedy Central roast, which not so coincidentally premieres opposite Men's ninth-season premiere on CBS. "It frees the show up for the second phase and that journey. I can say, 'OK, that's it then, they murdered me with a train, these are the breaks.' "
You heard about the train thing, right?
While Men cocreator Chuck Lorre and the show's stars, which now include BMOC Ashton Kutcher, haven't come right out and admitted that Charlie is going to hell in a handbasket, the word is that Sheen's onetime wisecracker is going to be made into mincemeat at the hands of the Paris Metro.
"Yes, the crazy-train theme continues," he tells us. "Listen, I'm honored, did you read what I said about it? I said I'm happy to be terminated in such a grand way, that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character. Anything less would have been an insult!"
Sheen also has nothing but complimentary things to say about the man who replaced him.
"I'm a fan of his," he says of Kutcher, who plays an Internet billionaire with a broken heart who buys Charlie's house and lets Alan and ever-growing half man Jake keep living there.
"He's super-talented and has movie star looks and is a great dad. I'm rooting for him. He's the right choice to man the helm perfectly—and if he screws it all up, it's not my fault!"
Who wants to bet Chuck Lorre will blame him anyway?