I know that sitcoms aren't supposed to be realistic but this episode was justunplausible... imagine if Charlie Sheen had died in real life instead of being fired. I don't think Chelsea, Mia and Charlie Harper's other ex girlfriends would have gone to his funeral to spit on him and make petty comments... if the writers had handled this death professionally, without the childish hate towards the actor, this episode could have been funny without making a disrespectuf and tasteless mockery of death. Also the fact that Rose killed Charlie and no one cared, not even his mother of Alan, is just too much. His death was all about spite. It wasn't remotely realistic, nothing the audience could relate to.
It's one thing that they decided to carry on with this show without Charlie but the aftermath of the character's death was too unrealistic and kind of offensive.