Charlie Sheen thinks Chuck Lorre was "stupid" for mocking him in the 'Two and a Half Men' finale.
The 49-year-old actor insists he "doesn't care" that the CBS show's creator chose to kill off his character Charlie Harper by dropping a piano on his head on the show's last episode, before the writer himself appeared on camera and uttered Sheen's catchphrase "winning" but slammed him as "immature and unevolved".
He told TMZ: "That's just him, I don't care any more. I don't care if he lives or dies.
"It doesn't even matter, to go that low and be that immature, and completely unevolved and that stupid, in my face? Really? You must feel safe motherf***er, you must feel safe where you live.
"It's a free country but it's a smart country."
In the show finale, Charlie's character - who was assumed to be dead after the actor was axed in 2011 over his erratic antics and public rantings about Chuck - was much talked about during the episode as being alive and well, and an actor dressed in his clothes with his back to the audience rang the doorbell in the final part of the show only to have a piano, just like the one he used to play, dropped on his head by Chuck.
Several references to Sheen's real life were made in the episode including Alan finding a "rant about a former employer" and a text sent to Walden - played by Ashton Kutcher - featuring a number of Sheen-isms, including "tiger blood" and "army of assassins".