Jon Cryer finally answered his ex co-star Charlie Sheen's claims that he's a "troll" for not trying to contact him over the last few weeks, admitting on Thursday’s edition of Conan, "I am a troll."
"Those words were very painful to me for many reasons, not least of which is... I can't believe I'm saying this... but the fact is, I am a troll," said Cryer, who plays Alan Harper on the in-limbo CBS comedy, to a bevy of laughs from the audience.
"It's not something I like to talk about -- my parents don't even know; of course, I guess they do now."
"You have no idea how much time I've spent on electrolysis and hair dye and reconstructive surgery," Cryer said, as a picture of a troll doll flashed across the screen. "I guess I should be grateful for being outed like this.
“I'm finally free."
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In addition to the "troll" remark, Sheen took another jab at his former co-star on L.A. radio station K-EARTH 101 this week, when he was asked about a reported reel CBS has compiled for evidence showing Sheen, in no condition to work, struggling to remember his lines.
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Sheen said it was actually Cryer whose memory often came up short during tapings of the ratings juggernaut.
"They should review the gag reel at the end of any reel -- its not the gag reel, it's ‘The Jon Reel,'” Sheen said, before defining an industry term for when a performer flubs a line in a scene that was otherwise perfect, known as "popping the bubble."
"Jon's a bubble popper," Sheen said.
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