made his debut on Two and a Half Men Monday night to mostly positive results, replacing the troublesome
As rumors said, the character was killed off in the first episode, beginning with a funeral where hardly anyone seemed very sad and many women were spouting off which STD they contracted from him. Turns out Charlie slipped and fell in front of a train just after his fiance found him with another woman.
The house that Jon Cryer's character shared with his brother Charlie suddenly had to be sold, and one of the people coming to see it is John Stamos, who was once rumored to be one of the Sheen successors. In another inside joke, Dharma & Greg came over to look at it.
Then, Ashton shows up as a geeky Waldon, who knows he's good-looking, knows he's rich, but is heartbroken because his girlfriend just dumped him. He tries suicide, but Cryer's helpful aid keeps him alive, and a new friendship starts, especially since Waldon is worth $1.3 billion.
Kutcher's character apparently likes to walk around naked, and that will be a running gag in the series, and for the moment, Charlie doesn't seem to be very missed.
columnist Susan McMartin writes for the new version of the show.
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