Even though Charlie Sheen's beloved character Charlie Harper died on the CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men,' there are ongoing rumours of him making a surprise return, and it seems the 49 year-old actor wants this to happen.

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Sheen is happy to return for the show's final season

Sheen, who was famously fired from 'Two and a Half Men' back in 2011 by its creator Chuck Lorre, recently revealed in an interview with Extra that he would like to reprise his character on the show, especially since the series' final season approaches.

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"I would definitely do it, yeah, yeah. If they'll still have me, I will be there," he said about starring in the show's last season. "Yeah, I owe it some measure of closure. I owe it to the fans. I just think it makes sense."

The controversial star, who was featured on the sitcom since it premiered in 2003, even admitted that he has his own idea of how the finale should end, but he isn't willing to reveal it just yet.

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"I have a brilliant idea, but don't want to give it away. It's the type of moment I think people would talk about for a long time and it wouldn't get in anybody's way. Think it would be a nice tip of the hat. they know I want to do it and I know they're open to it, so, guess we're just a meeting away from making it happen."

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Sheen was fired by Chuck Lorre back in 2011

After his firing, Sheen heavily criticised Lorre and executives at 'Warner Bros.' studios during a period of time when his bizarre behaviour and partying life style was becoming more and more frequent. This culminated with Sheen filing a $100 lawsuit against the sitcom's production team, but both parties settled their dispute outside of the courtroom.

Since leaving 'Two and a Half Men,' Charlie has starred in a comedy series called 'Anger Management' that airs on FX. On its premiere in June 2012 the show broke a ratings records with 5.74 million viewers tuning in for the first episode, and became the most watched sitcom premiere in cable history.