Charlie Sheen thinks 'Two and a Half Men' should have ended with his character's suicide.

The outspoken star was fired from the popular comedy show partway through its eighth series after a fall out with its co-creator Chuck Lorre over his hedonistic lifestyle, and feels sorry fans never got to see it end properly.

Giving his own take on what should have happened to his character - also called Charlie - and his brother, Alan, played by Jon Cryer, Charlie told website Access Hollywood: "One hundred and seventy seven episodes, it was getting a little stale. I just didn't know it was going to rot and fall off the vine like this.

"I feel bad for the fans because there was never that final episode where Alan like comes into my room calling my name and, you know, pulls back the closet door and there I am hanging - with the note, 'How do you like me now Chuck?'"

The 45-year-old actor is also planning to take a version of his recent 'Violent Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is not an Option' spoken word tour of the US to Australia and Europe, although he plans to revamp and rename it.

He explained: "If it wasn't about violent torpedoes and truth-seeking but more about an evening with Charlie Sheen, if I told people what to expect maybe they wouldn't heckle me like the drunk clowns that they are.

"It would seem like the European mentalities would give me a little more time and a little more patience to actually listen and embrace a format like that."

Meanwhile is has recently been announced that Chuck Lorre will make a new version of 'Two and a Half Men' without Charlie.