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Of Course He's Dead: Part 1 & 2 

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Alan begins to suspect that Charlie is still alive, which is confirmed when he receives a threatening package and Rose tells the truth.


James Widdoes


Chuck Lorre (created by), Lee Aronsohn (created by) | 4 more credits »





Episode credited cast:
Bob Bergen ... Porky Pig (voice)
April Bowlby ... Kandi
Roger V. Burton ... King Rupert
Chris Coppola ... Douglas
Jon Cryer ... Alan Harper
Ludi Delfino Ludi Delfino ... Beautiful Girl 2
Michael Edwin ... Pawn Shop Owner
Conchata Ferrell ... Berta
Judy Greer ... Bridget Schmidt
Marin Hinkle ... Judith
Angus T. Jones ... Jake Harper
Ashton Kutcher ... Walden Schmidt
Maggie Lawson ... Ms. McMartin
Melanie Lynskey ... Rose
Caitlin O'Connor ... Beautiful Girl #1


Alan gets a letter saying that Charlie has over two million in royalties. And he of course tries to get it but he needs Charlie's death certificate. So he goes to his mother to get it but she doesn't have it. And when Alan and his mother get packages and messages of a threatening nature, they wonder, is he really dead. Written by

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

19 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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The threat message from Charlie that Walden reads on his phone is an actual real life tweet of Charlie Sheen about Ashton Kutcher becoming the new star of the show. See more »


In the beginning of Part 1 Alan wants to obtain Charlie's death certificate. He begins by asking his mother, but that would be unnecessary since death certificates are public records filed at the local courthouse. More importantly, a death certificate is required to close out an estate even if the person died intestate. Walden could not have purchased Charlie's house unless a death certificate was filed. See more »


Christian Slater: I'm telling ya, I'm not Charlie Harper.
Lieutenant Wagner: Who are you?
Christian Slater: My name is Cristian Slater. I'm an actor, alright. I was in a bar, this guy hands me a drink. Next thing I know, I wake up in a hotel room dressed like a twelve year old, with a screaming woman in the closet.
Lieutenant Wagner: Yeah right. And I'm the governor of California.
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Tricking the 12 years watchers is Cheating and totally disgraceful.
20 February 2015 | by Aktham_TashtushSee all my reviews

In the vanity card at the very end of the closing credits you guys will see that Chuck Lorre was a douche to Charlie Sheen till the last breath .but the entire episode is a colossal red herring — building up to a climax that never happens.

It was a cheap ploy for ratings, bating the audience with the possible appearance of Sheen. Then it's like, "get lost audience" those 12 years of watching… and the final moment we trick you." Despicable!

they said they offered Charlie a role but he didn't like it and he wanted to do some other one of his own ,, oh i would watch charlie even if it was for a minute telling the audience to F.. off :P .. I'm really disappointed .

Honestly i don't even know why i gave it 3 stars !! maybe it's because i'm a loyal fan !! or it's for bringing Jake back even for a 40 second !! :\

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