"Shame, Shame, Shame": 'Two and a Half Men' Crew Upset They Haven't Received Wrap Gifts

Chuck Lorre - H 2015
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Chuck Lorre - H 2015

A studio source tells THR it's a misunderstanding and that gifts are on the way.

This story first appeared in the Feb. 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Two and a Half Men crewmembers are still fuming over an anti-climactic series' end. While several sources told THR they were hoping for an off-site bash to match the show's epic 12-year run, what they got were food trucks on the Warner Bros. lot after wrapping Feb. 6 — with no traditional wrap gift.

One veteran, alleging that actors were given $28,000 watches, said the "crew is in complete shock" because of the "downright cheap" gesture: "Shame, shame, shame on those producers, CBS and Warner Bros.!" A studio source tells THR that it's a misunderstanding, that gifts are en route and the crew had gifts for the 100th and 200th episodes: "We have never in our history done anything to indicate otherwise."