By Mandi Bierly
Updated July 30, 2020 at 04:42 PM EDT
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Image Credit: Greg Gayne/Warner BrosCharlie Sheen could be leaving TV’s top-rated comedy, Two and a Half Men, when his contract expires at the end of this season, People reports. A source told People.com that Sheen wants to exit the CBS show; his rep would only confirm that Sheen’s current deal does expire at the end of this, the sitcom’s seventh season. While our Hollywood Insider blog does some digging, tell us: If this report turns out to be true (and isn’t just a negotiation ploy), would you watch Two and a Half Men without Sheen? I love Jon Cryer, but I don’t think Men can survive without Charlie — both the actor (who’s been nominated for four Emmys for the role) and the character. It’d be like if someone had split up Alan (James Spader) and Denny (William Shatner) on Boston Legal. The show was good, but it’s the chemistry that made it special.

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