"Two and a Half Men" canceled episode would have had Charlie Sheen's character hooking up with a man
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"Two and a Half Men" canceled episode would have had Charlie Sheen's character hooking up with a man

 
March 3, 2011 06:34 am CST 
 

One of the canceled "Two and a Half Men" episodes would have seen Charlie Sheen's character hooking up with a man, it has been learned.

Fans would have seen Charlie Harper, the womanizing bachelor in the show, waking up with a man named Jonathan if CBS and Warner Bros. hadn't pulled the plug on the rest of the season's episodes.

The casting intel acquired by TVLine reveals that the TV Charlie would have spent a night with Jonathan, a forty-something client of Lyndsey's (Courtney Thorne-Smith) who is gay. When Charlie befriends Jonathan, the two end up partying the night away.

They would wake up in the bed together the following morning with absolutely no memory of what may or may have not happened.

It would have been a shock for Charlie the sitcom character, who has often engaged in one night stands and short-term relationships throughout the show.

It is still unclear if the said episode would still be aired for next season or if there would even be another season after the real-life Charlie badmouthed the network and the show's producers.

 
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