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How Sheen's character dies in 'Two and a Half Men'

Charlie Sheen's character in 'Two and a Half Men' has been killed off in a "meat explosion". Charlie was waiting for a Paris subway when Charlie "slipped" and the subway literally blew him apart in a "meat explosion".

tv Updated: Aug 07, 2011 22:05 IST

Charlie Sheen's character in 'Two and a Half Men' has been killed off in a "meat explosion".

Sources, who were at the filming of the episode, said that Sheen, who played Charlie Harper, was portrayed as having married his neighbour/stalker, Rose.

But things turned sour when she found him in the shower with another woman, reports TMZ.com.

In the episode, Rose speaks at the funeral and recounts what happened to Charlie.

She said the day after the shower incident she and Charlie were waiting for a Paris subway when Charlie "slipped" and the subway literally blew him apart in a "meat explosion".

The strong inclination was that Rose pushed him and got away with it.