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Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones Present the 'Two and a Half Men' Top Ten (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 9th 2011 7:37AM
'Two and a Half Men' Top TenSince production on Season 9 got underway the 'Two and a Half Men' set has been shrouded in secrecy. Promos have teased that all will be revealed in the premiere episode.

Last night, however, we got a sneak peek at the new Sheen-less 'Men' courtesy of David Letterman and 'Late Show.' And there was not a bowling shirt in sight.

Series stars Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones presented last night's Top Ten list on 'Late Show,' which, fittingly enough, was The Top Ten Reasons to Watch the New Season of 'Two and a Half Men.'

Watch highlights from the Top Ten after the jump.

The trio appeared live via satellite from Burbank and, we'll admit, it did feel a little odd seeing Ashton Kutcher sitting in Charlie Harper's old living room (is that a new couch?), but he seemed at ease with his surroundings and his co-stars.

Kutcher replaces Charlie Sheen on the 'Men' couch in the Season 9 premiere, playing broken-hearted billionaire Walden Schmidt. How do you think he did last night?

'Two and a Half Men' Season 9 premieres Monday Sept. 19, 9PM ET on CBS.

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I am really disgusted that they would hire a guy to replace Charlie that cannot even have a decent haircut and shave his beard...one thing about Charlie he was clean cut..Too bad his co-workers turned on him when HE OBVIOUSLY NEEDED HELP..I think that he was in a really bad place at the time and I still think he was super in his part on the show..Too bad that things went sour but you could have taken into consideration his illness. I donot think that this will do well in my opinion with this new guy.

September 22 2011 at 12:14 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I do not see how Cryer and Jones' characters are going to fit in with the new guy. The show has lost it for me.

September 09 2011 at 3:49 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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