Charlie Sheen said he watched the “Two and a Half Men” debut on Monday and was pleased with what he saw.
After his episode on Comedy Central’s roast drew in record numbers, he had positive things to say about his former show “Two and a Half Men” that attracted 27.8 million people on Monday.
“It was a big night for everybody on Monday night - for ‘Two and a Half,’ for us, for me,” Sheen told Access Hollwood. “I think everybody won. I thought the show was really good. I thought [Ashton] was terrific.”
Although Sheen had positive things to say about the show, he would not reveal the topic of conversation after he was spotted chatting with replacement Ashton Kutcher at the recent Emmy awards.
“Oh, that’s between us. You know I can’t reveal everything,” he said according to Access Hollywood. “He was terrific. He was terrific.”
Although Sheen once admitted to having issues with his former co-star Jon Cryer, he claimed to be impressed with his work on the season premiere episode.
“Jon is Jon. He’s a freaking genius,” Charlie told Access Hollywood. “I think [the show has] got a real shot. It felt like a pilot. It felt like a really good pilot. It was a little bizarre watching it, but yeah, for the most part I was really impressed with what they did.”
Despite the fact that the premiere episode featured the killing off and funeral of Sheen’s character, the actor seemed to enjoy the plot.
“That’s got to be the highest attended funeral of all time,” he told Access. “That’s how I roll, right? No, it’s exciting…you know, it’s fun, it’s fake.”
Sheen also had great things to say about his father, Martin Sheen, and brother, Emilio Estevez , who recently collaborated in a movie called “The Way.”
“[I’m] very proud, very proud,” Charlie told Access. “I’ve seen the movie - I thought it was unbelievable.”