Charlie Sheen’s Picture Removed from CBS Studio Lot – New Season Plot Update

Poor Uncle Charley.

It’s seems that CBS called his bluff.

And today they made it official.

After announcing that Ashton Kutcher will be joining the cast starting next season, CBS and Warner Brothers made the first move in changing the shows external look. 

Maintenance workers removed the giant “Two and a Half Men” banner from the studios exterior and replaced it with a more generic banner.

We suspect as soon as CBS gets Ashton Kutcher cleaned up they will install a new banner showcasing the current cast including Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones.

And there is also a bit of news about the new seasons plot and how Sheen may be written out of the show.

TMZ says they talked with a production insider and the dirty deed may actually play off perfectly from the last show of last season.

This was the last episode Sheen filmed before going all tiger blood on us, where he had just purchased two tickets to Paris and was going to take Rose – and ask her to marry him.

Insiders say executive producer Chuck Lorre is planning to use the flight to Paris as the exit for Charley – and that it will NOT be a plane crash.

While subject to change, and it probably will, Uncle Charley just may decide to stay in Paris and say goodbye to Malibu.

There are still a few plot twists that need to be worked out like what happens to the beach house, and how does Rose get back to California while leaving Charley in France.

After all, the show will be better without Sheen but suck if Rose can’t still play in the sand box.

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