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Ashton Kutcher tells Charlie Sheen to shut up about 'Two and a Half Men'

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It has been three years since Charlie Sheen was fired from "Two and a Half Men" and Ashton Kutcher took his place. Fans have either held on for the ride or bailed once they knew Sheen would not return. After three seasons without the main man on the show, "Two and a Half Men" is still going strong. Some fans prefer Kutcher to Sheen, which isn't surprisngly anymore. According to a Feb. 6 report from E! Online, Ashton Kutcher is sick of Charlie Sheen tweeting about him and the show. On an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" he basically told Sheen to shut up and move on.

When Charlie Sheen had his famous meltdown in the middle of "Two and a Half Men" filming a season, fans were not shocked that he got the boot. When it was announced that Ashton Kutcher would be replacing him, the reaction was less than pleasant. It ended up working out because Kutcher is great as Walden. It is a completely new character but there is still chemistry with Jon Cryer, making it work for the show. Kutcher has taken a lot of criticism and is sick of hearing anything Sheen has to say. It is like beating a dead horse, enough already!

There has not been a reply from Charlie Sheen in response to Ashton Kutcher's comments on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" but fans are certain their will be. Sheen is not one to keep quiet when confronted or spoken to, so it is just a matter of time before he speaks up. For now fans are rallying behind Kutcher and his character on "Two and a Half Men."

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