The hit CBS TV series Two and a Half Men has gone dormant when Charlie Sheen got officially fired after he and the show creator Chuck Lorre got into an argument. According to reports, Charlie's other co-stars are unsure about the show's future without the troubled star.
Actor Ashton Kutcher has officially replaced Charlie Sheen to play the lead. Sheen's co-star Jon Cryer (Alan Harper), who recently appeared on David Letterman's show, has revealed his serious concerns about the future of the show. He said that he and rest of the cast were still not sure if they would continue with the show.
Talking to Letterman, Cryer said, “No no no. We didn't see where it was going. This has never happened before. It wasn't like back in 1963, everyone remembers when Fred MacMurray went bats**t and started talking about free mason ninjas and stuff. It was crazy! And Vivian Vance started urinating on the set of Here's Lucy. So nobody was prepared for this."
Cryer also said that he is looking forward to work with actor Ashton Kutcher even though the pair have not met much.