Charlie Sheen Reacts to 'Two and a Half Men' Funeral
"That’s got to be the highest-attended funeral of all time," jokes Sheen, who also hosted a viewing party to watch Ashton Kutcher’s debut.
Charlie Sheen was a big fan of the premiere of Two and a Half Men, even though he was replaced by Ashton Kutcher.
Sheen, who was killed off in a meat explosion on a Paris subway, told Access Hollywood on Saturday, "That’s got to be the highest attended funeral of all time."
"And it’s interesting because I’m doing [a] film with Roman Coppola and there is a funeral scene in that. So I’m a guy that’s gonna have to survive my own funeral twice in the same year!" he added, referring to Coppola's A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III.
Sheen continued wishing his former co-stars well by hosting a viewing party on Monday, and Tweeting, "Surrounded by friends and watching the premiere of Two and a Half Men. Odd... But cool..! So far a lot of laughs!! Nice..."
Referring to his own highly-rated roast on Comedy Central, Sheen told Access, "It was a big night for everybody on Monday night -- for Two and a Half, for us, for me. "I think everybody won. I thought the show was really good. I thought [Ashton] was terrific."
Sheen was also gracious when he presented at the Emmys last week.
"From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best from this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together, and I know you will continue to make great television," he said. He also Tweeted a photo of him having an intense conversation with Kutcher backstage.
Kutcher and co-star Jon Cryer, however, poked fun at Sheen's very public breakdown earlier this year.