The war between these two men over "Two and Half Men" has seemingly come to an end.
Charlie Sheen was none too pleased when he was booted from Chuck Lorre's hit sitcom and replaced with Ashton Kutcher. The badly behaving star has since used Twitter to vent his feelings — for over the last two years.
As recently as Jan. 6, Sheen was harping at his replacement (who was announced back in 2011).
hey Ashton sorry bro all good. now quit barfing on my old brilliant show. Remember Punkd? how duz it feel? c harp http://t.co/vSVQ3BBk7D— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) January 6, 2014
For the most part, Kutcher has kept his cool about the whole thing (maybe because he's the one who's gainfully employed), but on Wednesday evening, he finally addressed the issue head on. During an interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" the 35-year-old star didn't mince words.
"Every day when you go into work, do they say, 'Thank you for not being Charlie?'" the host asked with a smile.
"I'm trying to like skew towards where Charlie was there, when he left. Like, I'm just trying to like edge in that direction," Kutcher said with a laugh. But he wasn't done just yet; the thesp-turned-investment-mogul looked toward the camera to add a direct plea to Charlie.
"Dude, shut the [bleep] up!" he shouted, throwing up his arms for effect. "Seriously! Like, enough already! It's like three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter? Come on, dude, really?"
Apparently, Sheen was not only listening, but actually heard what his nemesis replacement was saying. Naturally, Charlie took to Twitter to announce this small miracle.
Ashton message received. so sorry u sounded like me! well done! my bad I was pissed at other crap & took it out on you. hope u r good xox c — Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) February 6, 2014
Though he later added a second, less generous reply. Guess he just couldn't help himself.
but news flash Dood, you ever tell me to shut the F*** up, EVER again, and Ill put you on a hospital food diet for a year. c #YaFeelMe Jr?— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) February 6, 2014
We feel ya, Charlie. We wish we didn't, but we do.