Even though Charlie Sheen's "Two and a Half Men" character [Charlie Harper] will soon be resting in peace, the actor says he doesn't harbor bitter feelings and admits he will tune in to the premiere -- which, coincidentally, is airing the same day as his "Comedy Central Roast."
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Charlie, who was spotted leaving a building in L.A. on Monday, said, "Who's not going to watch? I'll be there front and center, I'm just as curious as everybody else.
He continued, "I'm actually rooting hard for them and that worm is turning. It should be exciting. It'll be nice to know that they get some carry-over ratings from people being sort of curious about what happened to their guy."
As for Ashton Kutcher's new role in "Men," Sheen predicted, "I think Ashton's gonna kill it."
When asked if he had any inside information for his much-anticipated roasting, Sheen replied, "I've got nothing I can reveal because they wouldn't even give me a script. They don't trust me."
"I think it's going to be epic. I think if anyone should be roasted in that matter, it should be me," the actor declared. Charlie then pointed out, "But then I do get the final say though. So that should be interesting."
The busy actor says he isn't focused on his love life since he's in "total work mode."
The season premiere of "Two and a Half Men" and "Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen" airs on September 19.