The crazy train that was Charlie Sheen is again talking about "Two and a Half Men." He thinks they should end the show after this season, even though he says Ashton Kutcher has done a good job replacing him.

I've been watching the show for a few years now, and personally I don't think the show is as good as it used to be. The jabs at "Charlie" are getting old. It just seems to be missing something, possibly Sheen himself. But it's almost like they have new show syndrome. When a new show comes on the air it takes awhile before you might fall in love with the characters, or new character in Ashton's case.

But, why does Charlie think the show should end?

"I've done what Ashton's done.  I've replaced Michael J. Fox on 'Spin City.'  It's so hard, you can't believe it.  It's all you're thinking about, and you're surrounded by these ghosts. So, hats off to him for doing the best job that he can."

Other than it being hard to replace a character, Charlie isn't done. You know he's gotta talk about the shows creator, Chuck Lorre.

"I don't think that Ashton's working with the best writing because Chuck is doing too many shows. He spent so much time trying to insult me through the character that he forgot how to write good jokes. The cast deserves better material.  They deserve what I had for the first five years. I don't want to harp on them. Let the clueless stay clueless.  I was a puppet there for ratings.  But, whatever . . . I don't care.  I've moved on, and whatever they're doing there is none of my business."

In your opinion, should "Two and a Half Men" end or stay?

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