Charlie Sheen was always kind of an unpredictable fellow, so when he called Two and A Half Men producer and creator Chuck Lorre a “clown” and a “stupid, stupid little man” (among many allegations for his impulsive and wild behavior), it’s no surprise he was fired from the show and replaced by Ashton Kutcher. The series finale, however, drew some criticism after it had been revealed that Sheen’s character was brutally murdered by his ex-girlfriend when she threw him in front of a train. It was later revealed that Sheen’s character was alive and living as a prisoner in Rose’s basement. Even more confusing (and what many fans considered tasteless), the very end of the season finale shows Sheen’s character returning to his beach-front home, only to be re-killed by a piano that falls on his head. The camera then pans out to Chuck Lorre in his director’s chair, and he simply says, “Winning,” which is a clear reference to his feud with Sheen.