When Charlie Sheen was fired from Two and a Half Men after overdosing on a drug called Charlie Sheen, the race to replace him heated up faster than the 2012 election. Though Hugh Grant was reportedly ready to sign at the 11th hour, the deal fell apart and the former That '70s Show star Ashton Kutcher was announced as the new Man. Sheen eventually tweeted a gracious concession speech and the two bonded at the 2011 Emmy Awards on the even of Kutcher's first episode. When it came time for Sheen to present the award for Best Lead Actor in a Comedy, he told the world he wished "nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together, and I know you will continue to make great television." The tiger-blooded actor's wishes came true. The debut of Two and a Half Men with Kutcher lived up to the hype, drawing in an impressive 27.7 million viewers for its season nine premiere on Monday.