Jon Cryer On Recent 'Two And A Half Men Drama': 'It Was An Awful Thing To Be A Part Of'

Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones share a laugh at the CBS Upfront at Carnegie Hall in New York City on May 18, 2011 Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones share a laugh at the CBS Upfront at Carnegie Hall in New York City on May 18, 2011

Jon Cryer is glad to be back at work and away from the drama that plagued “Two and a Half Men” earlier this year.

“It was an awful thing to be a part of,” Jon said of the conflict between Charlie Sheen, CBS, Warner Bros. and “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre, on KTLA’s morning show on Wednesday. “I’m glad that some measure of peace has come out of all of it, but I never want to go through it again.”

When asked about the rumored death of Charlie Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, which is expected to occur in the season premiere on September 19, Jon said the plot is a little different than has been reported.

“I read that there’s some sort of meat explosion. I don’t want Americans to be afraid of their meat and meat by-products,” he said. “There is no meat explosion… I’m not allowed to say much about it.”

He did add, however, “It’s funny.”

Jon also said he has been enjoying working with Ashton.

“They’ve managed to bring in Ashton in a really terrific way,” Jon said, turning his talk to the season premiere taping. “He tore the roof off the joint. He’s just amazing.”

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