Charlie Sheen says he has no hard feelings when it comes to the way his much loved character on the hit series “Two and a Half Men” is being killed off.

According to reports, Charlie Harper will be catapulted to his death by a Metro train in Paris.

During the shooting of his promo for his Comedy Central roast – which ‘coincidentally’ premieres on the same night of the ninth opening season for TAAHM – E! News managed to catch up with the troubled actor.

“Listen, I get it and I kinda knew they would do it this way,” he said. “It frees the show up for the second phase and that journey. I can say, ‘OK, that’s it then, they murdered me with a train, these are the breaks.. Yes, the crazy-train theme continues. Listen, I’m honored, did you read what I said about it? I said I’m happy to be terminated in such a grand way, that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to terminate my character. Anything less would have been an insult!”

Sheen also had nothing but nice words for his replacement Ashton Kutcher. “I’m a fan of his. He’s super-talented and has movie star looks and is a great dad,” Charlie said. “I’m rooting for him. He’s the right choice to man the helm perfectly—and if he screws it all up, it’s not my fault!”