Ashton Kutcher Is Replacing Charlie Sheen On Two And A Half Men!

Charlie Sheen's antics had gone too far for CBS just last month, and while he was busy publicly bashing the Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre and "winning", CBS was already on the hunt for a comedian to replace him on the show. After names such as Rob Lowe, John Stamos, and even Hugh Grant were all being thrown around, they've decided on none other than Ashton Kutcher.
Kutcher has been rumored for while to take Sheen's place, but he recently confirmed it with this tweet:

"What's the square root of 6.25?" I bet you can already guess it's Two and a Half"

 Kutcher has some pretty big shoes to fill, but it's not like it's his first encounter with television comedies. I mean, who could forget his hilarious run as Michael Kelso on That 70's Show, or his days on MTV's Punk'd. There's no doubting that he can play the same charming playboy character that Sheen played, but how will he be written into the show, and how will Sheen be written out, and most importantly how will fans react to his arrival.
While we all knew this was coming, and that CBS wasn't just going to forgive Sheen for his behavior, it's going to be hard for Lorre to completely erase Sheen's character of Charlie Harper from the show since he played such a huge part in the show (And it's humor). We can already confirm that Kutcher won't be playing the role of Charlie Harper, but rather an all new character being written into the show.
I guess we'll all have to wait and see how it plays out when Kutcher takes up his spot next Fall on CBS, and how his arrival affects it's ratings (For better, or for worse).

What do you think of Kutcher replacing Sheen? Will you watch the all new season on CBS?