Charlie Sheen hasn't been shy about voicing his opinions about Ashton Kutcher, the man who took his job on Two and Half Men three years ago. One example: Sheen tweeted Kutcher to "quit barfing on my old brilliant show" last month.
The 35-year-old actor took the time to address his predecessor directly on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday.
"Every day when you go into work, do they say, thank you for not being Charlie?" Jimmy Kimmel asked the funnyman.
"I'm trying to like skew towards where Charlie was there, when he left," Mila Kunis' boyfriend responded with a laugh. "Like, I'm just trying to like edge in that direction."
But Kutcher couldn't contain his frustration and made an amusing public plea to the Anger Management star.
"Dude, shut the f--k up!" Kutcher exclaimed. "Seriously, like. Enough already. Like it's like three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter. Like come on dude, really?"
Sheen has yet to acknowledge Kutcher's comments on Twitter.
Kutcher also told Kimmel that he is starting to feel more at home on the CBS hit series.
"I thought it was gonna be easy," Kutcher said. "Like from That '70s Show, and then taking a break from doing sitcoms, like jump back into sitcoms. And it actually took me more time than I thought it would to just sort of get my sitcom sea legs again. Get back into the rhythm. And I feel like the show's really got a nice stride right now."