The new season of "Two and a Half Men" is set to air in September, and fans still aren't sure what will happen. There are so many questions surrounding the way Charlie Harper will be written out and how Ashton Kutcher's character will be added. Fans of the show have made up their own scenarios, while also paying attention to things they have heard in the news. Here is what a few loyal fans of the show think will happen to Charlie Harper and how they presume Kutcher will be introduced on the show.
"Charlie will be found dead on the beach after a night of binge drinking and Ashton will buy the beach house for cheap because Alan and the gang will be broke." -Bonny, Adelaide
"Charlie will leave Malibu for France and his plane will crash. Alan won't have the money to buy the beach place, so it goes for sale. Ashton will buy it and there he is." -Diana, Ohio
"I think Charlie will go to France to get Rose and then something happens. I think Ashton will be a long lost illegitimate son that fights Alan for the house, and they all decide to live together. Or, he is another brother that they just found out about." -Nancy, California
"Charlie will fly to France to be with Rose, but will have a breakdown and be put into an asylum like he should have been anyway!" -Nancy, Washington
"Charlie will die from something, probably a sickness related to drinking. Or, he will be drunk and will have a car accident. Ashton will be Charlie and Alan's cousin who has the same type of lifestyle as Charlie did. In my opinion, the show won't be the same without Charlie because I find difficult to believe that Ashton can develop the persona of a drunk womanizer like Sheen did." -Franco, Peru
"They'll pull a "Darren Stevens" (for you young ones, he was the husband on "Bewitched"). He'll just be Charlie." -Cory, Michigan
"Charlie will die of a STD. The Harper's mom tries to sell Charie's home to Ashton, and she finds out he is the son she left in a relative's home (or something like that). Ashton buys the home and accepts that Alan and Jake live there because "they are family". - Claudia, Guadalajara
As you can see, some fans have similar ideas while others differ. It is almost certain Charlie will be killed off. Hopefully, the storyline that is used to incorporate Kutcher's character won't be overly boring.
You can catch the season preimere on CBS, Monday September 19th at 9pm EST.
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