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13.2M tune in for 'Two and a Half Men' series finale

Created by Chuck Lorre, the show ended its 12-season run Thursday.

By Karen Butler
13.2M tune in for 'Two and a Half Men' series finale
The cast of "Two and a Half Men." CBS

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21 (UPI) -- The hourlong series finale of the sitcom Two and a Half Men was seen by 13.2 million viewers, CBS announced.

Created by Chuck Lorre, the show ended its 12-season run Thursday.

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The finale featured current cast members Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher and Conchata Ferrell, the return of former co-star Angus T. Jones, and numerous guest stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Stamos, Judy Greer, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Christian Slater.

Although founding cast member Charlie Sheen did not return for the last episode as many fans had hoped, the finale centered on his character Charlie Harper.

Sheen was famously fired in Season 8 due to his erratic behavior, drug use and disrespect of Lorre. The Men finale was loaded with veiled references to Sheen's spectacular departure from the show, social-media rants and rage issues, as well as nods to Sheen's reported jealousy of Kutcher, who replaced him on the series in Season 9.

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