They kill off Charlie Sheen's character and the episode opens with a funeral. Jon Cryer is saying the scene is epically funny. Admittedly, I've never found Two And A Half Men particularly funny (and that's even with the awesome Jane Lynch popping up once in a while), but it's a chance to kick Charlie Sheen around by proxy, so who knows? It'd only take about five minutes.
Supposedly, Sheen's character gets married, gets caught cheating, and his wife pushes him in front of a train resulting in a "meat explosion." That last quote is what has me...morbidly curious.
Sheen, meanwhile, is telling the press it's nice to have "closure". Dude, you had closure when they fired your ass. You just didn't want to accept it.