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Posted at 11:10 PM ET, 03/10/2011

Jon Cryer responds to Charlie Sheen, admits to being troll

By Jen Chaney

Jon Cryer has finally responded to Charlie Sheen's assertion that he is both a turncoat and a troll by appearing on television and admitting that he's actually a troll.

Granted, Cryer did this on Thursday's episode of "Conan," so the seriousness of his response is obviously questionable. Nevertheless, the first step to overcoming trollness is admitting that one has a troll problem. So kudos to you, Mr. Cryer.

By Jen Chaney  | March 10, 2011; 11:10 PM ET
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Charlie Sheen has completely lost it. And when he get's "it" back and realizes how insane he's been acting, it'll take years to recover from that embarrassment.

Posted by: Kenna2 | March 11, 2011 1:49 AM | Report abuse

What a sport and classy guy Jon Cryer is. That was so funny on Conan about him being called a troll. Two and half men is my favorite show. And I bet it is not easy working with Charlie Sheen, but give tons of credit to Jon. He makes it work and put's up with a lot. I say in many ways he is the bigger man between the two of them. Even the producers have Jon do all the humiliating things on the show and he does it with no complaints. But those things Jon does that are maybe a little humiliating make the show that much more funny and fun to watch. So in many ways, Jon really creates the shows great humor. I love Charlie and he has went a little nut's, but we are all human. So I will forgive him when he gets out of rehab. The show is really based on Charlie's real life so I think he is entitled to ask for more money. And let's face it, Charlie can't be replaced on the show. The unique chemistry that Jon and Charlie have developed on the show is rare and special. Seinfeld was like this, the Andy Griffith show with Don Knots was like this and many more.
Everyone take note, the chemistry Andy and Barney had on the Andy Griffith show was very similar to Two and half men. It's almost uncanny. Alan reminds me so much of how the Barney character was with Andy, different but similar.
Take note also producers, when Barney Fife left the show to pursue a movie career the Andy Griffith show was never as good with out him. And Don Knot's did not find the grass was greener in movies. He didn't do well. What I am saying is, I hope Charlie and Jon and the producers realize this an be men and have a sit down and forgive and forget. Don't let ego's get in the way of a great show.
Charlie no doubt has to get clean before returning. Charlie started all this buy relapsing and running his big mouth.
I love Charlie but he was wrong and unprofessional for what he did. He is causing his cast members to be out of work and fan's to lose the best show on TV.
It's lose, lose Charlie for everyone. Your not winning, so come back down to earth and do the right thing.
The show will in know way go on with out you in it, same goes for Jon.
Charlie Sheen makes the show overall and I would not watch it they tried and just put in another actor and say here is the new Charlie, boring!!! and stupid.
The two of you make it great, don't you see that.
I guess I am hoping they will read this, I don't know.
If anyone remembers Three's Company when it became #1, (Chrissy) held out for more money because she thought she was the star and sex symbol. But the show refused to pay her and she got replaced and never worked again in Hollywood I don't believe. She came out with the Thigh Master thing.
So Charlie, you might want to look at past actors and learn something.
Difference with Chrissy was, she was just a roommate. Charlie and Alan are brothers, BIG difference in trying to replace one or the other.
In reality I think the show is doomed.
But I hope it can be saved. W/Charlie it.

Posted by: Patriot40 | March 11, 2011 2:49 AM | Report abuse

Did anyone see when Jon Cryer was on Conan in Feb 2011 when Charlie started screwing up and the police found Charlie's Mercedes in a ditch or down a cliff with the key's still in the ignition and the car still running.
Jon said when they went in to do the the show he asked Charlie how things were going and Charlie said fine but someone stoled his Mercedes last night and drove it off a cliff.
Jon joked that normally when someone tell's you that you think they are kidding.
But with Charlie, you don't, because it happened not once but twice. LOL
He said he was looking Charlie over to see if their were any scratches on his body from climbing back up the cliff.
That was hilarious, I could just imagine Charlie doing something like that and telling the police he doesn't know what happened to his car. Duh! Winning! Loser!
I can just see bumper stickers coming back in style saying Duh! Winning!
Not a bad idea.

Posted by: Patriot40 | March 11, 2011 3:09 AM | Report abuse

"But the show refused to pay her and she got replaced and never worked again in Hollywood I don't believe."

Do you ever wonder about people who can find Celebritology on the internet but can't find iMDb?

Posted by: byoolin1 | March 11, 2011 8:20 AM | Report abuse

If Jon Cryer is writing his own material CBS should just scrap 2-1/2 Men and give him his own, brand-new show.

Posted by: kbockl | March 11, 2011 9:08 AM | Report abuse

Well played, Jon.

Posted by: DCCubefarm | March 11, 2011 9:13 AM | Report abuse

@Patriot40 - while it would be great for TV land if "Step by Step" staring Suzanne Summers and Patric Duffy had never happened - unfortunately it was part of ABC's TGIF for a number of years.

Posted by: mcleve | March 11, 2011 9:27 AM | Report abuse

Do you ever wonder about people who can find Celebritology on the internet but can't find iMDb?

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