Ashton Kutcher's 'public plea' to Charlie Sheen makes Sheen lash out
By NARDINE SAAD
Feb 06, 2014 | 4:48 PM
Ashton Kutcher made a "public plea" to his "Two and a Half Men" predecessor Charlie Sheen, asking the embattled star to stop trashing him on Twitter.
Kutcher took over the ousted celeb's spot on the CBS comedy in 2011 following Sheen's litany of public outbursts against the CBS series and its producer Chuck Lorre.
Though Sheen moved on to his FX show "Anger Management," the actor hasn't stopped bashing his replacement, most recently dubbing Kutcher a "lame side-kik" to costar John Cryer and beseeching him to "quit barfing on my old brilliant show."
"Dude, shut the ... up!" the 35-year-old yelled, addressing the camera as if were Sheen. "Seriously, like, enough already. It's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter? Come on, dude, really?"
The "Jobs" star and tech entrepreneur also joked that he was trying to "skew towards where Charlie was at when he left." Watch it above at about the 2:50 mark.
However, he did add that he finally felt at home on the show as Sheen's replacement, Walden Schmidt.