Anyway, what did I want to say here? Well, for starters, I do hope he gets his life together. I don't know why I have any faith in him being able to do that. He's 46 and lived about, I dunno, 46 years of it in full-on debauchery mode. But, he is getting a little older, maybe it's time for him to settle down. It wouldn't be the first time age has won out over being a hellion.
As they say, Father Time is the only undefeated.
Secondly, I honestly don't think Two and Half Men will be as good with Ashton Kutcher. I don't mind Mr. Demi Moore. I loved in him That 70's Show and I usually think he's pretty funny. But a huge part of the humor for Men was that Charlie Sheen didn't seem to be acting. Charlie Sheen seemed to be playing the pop-culture version of Charlie Sheen. That was what made that show work so well. I might be a little bit pessimistic about how this is going to go, but I will give the show a shot. It has been very funny up to this point, and the transition episode, like I said, was done well. Better than I was expecting.
A couple parting shots. First off, I hope Charlie is serious when he says he's done with "Winning," because he's already won. Second, the (fictional) closer (even though he was actually a starter in the movie) that made the modern closer the rock stars they are: Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn.