Jon Cryer Suggests Charlie Sheen Might Have Forgotten His Digits: Zero Communication Since 'Two and a Half Men'

Jon Cryer, known for his role in the hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men," revealed in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that he would be more than willing to participate in a reunion of the show. Cryer, who played Alan Harper on the series, expressed his happiness over the recent reconciliation between his co-star Charlie Sheen and the show's creator, Chuck Lorre. Although Cryer hasn't heard from Sheen in recent years, he holds no hard feelings towards him. He mentioned that he hasn't ruled out the possibility of working with Sheen again. "I have not spoken to Charlie. I don't know that he knows my number anymore. But anything could happen," Cryer said. Cryer and Sheen had a close friendship during the early years of "Two and a Half Men," and Cryer finds it lovely that they have managed to reconcile.

The hit sitcom aired from 2003 to 2015, but Sheen left the show in 2011 after being fired. Ashton Kutcher replaced Sheen for the remaining seasons of the show. Lorre and Sheen had a highly-publicized feud for several years, but they recently patched things up, with Sheen even making an appearance on Lorre's new show, "Bookie. " In an interview with The Post, Sheen expressed his nervousness about making amends with Lorre. "The anxiety that I had prior to our first chat was a tsunami," Sheen said. However, their conversation turned out to be healing, and Sheen felt a sense of relief. "It was just so refreshing and liberating. I felt like so much weight had been lifted," he added. 

Lorre's new show, "Bookie," premiered on November 30 and centers around the world of sports gambling. Despite the rocky history between Sheen and Lorre, it seems that they have managed to bury the hatchet and move forward. In conclusion, Jon Cryer is open to the idea of a "Two and a Half Men" reunion, and he is happy about the reconciliation between Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre.