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'Two and a Half Men' Stars Talk Returning Faces, Dream Guests & Ashton's Trailer (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Sep 19th 2011 9:00AM
'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones, Ashton Kutcher & Jon Cryer 'Two and a Half Men,' the reboot, premieres tonight (Mon., Sept. 19, 9PM ET on CBS), and I've got details on returning faces and dream guest stars, straight from the cast.

I sat down with stars Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones and new addition Ashton Kutcher on the show's set -- see part one of my interview with them here -- to try to get some scoop on the new season. We know Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen) is obviously out, we keep hearing about a funeral for his dearly departed character and we've seen some photos of his old flames making a return, including Jenny McCarthy.

But what other familiar faces are stopping by the show again this season? "Welcome back, Judy Greer," Cryer said, about the multi-talented actress' return to the show in an entirely new role. "She was too good to only use as one person on this show."

"She's brilliant, and I think she's fantastic," Kutcher gushed about his old pal, who'll be playing his ex. "We've been having a lot of fun ... she's really funny."

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Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher & Angus T. Jones Talk 'Two and a Half Men' Season 9 (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Sep 12th 2011 9:00AM
'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones, Ashton Kutcher & Jon CryerAOL TV got a very stealth, top secret, exclusive invitation a few weeks back: We were invited to interview the stars of 'Two and a Half Men' -- Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones and new addition Ashton Kutcher -- on the show's set. We talked all about the series reboot, the show's life after Charlie Sheen and welcoming Kutcher into the fold.

I've split the interview into two parts, with more talk about returning faces, dream guest stars and Kutcher's giant trailer coming next week before the Season 9 premiere (Mon., Sept. 19, 9PM ET on CBS), but for now, watch to hear more about Kutcher's character Walden Schmidt and to see the guys talk about shirtlessness, underwater episodes and foxholes, cracking jokes together like they've been at this for years.

They also discuss how Alan and Jake Harper are feeling after the death of their relative and wise-cracking roommate Charlie Harper (Sheen). "I think Jake doesn't really care at all," Jones admitted with a laugh. "So far. So far he has a wall and I don't know if he's ever gonna break down and just cry for a minute." "We tuck it away," Cryer confirmed, after Kutcher pointed out that the show is called 'Two and a Half Men,' and men don't share their feelings the same way women do.

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Charlie Sheen is about to be the highest paid sitcom star

by Joel Keller, posted Sep 28th 2006 12:28PM
Charlie SheenAmidst all the hoopla about The Office, My Name Is Earl, How I Met Your Mother, and other comedies, people tend to forget that the highest-rated sitcom on TV right now is Two and a Half Men. Yes, its ratings were helped a lot by its old lead-in, Everybody Loves Raymond. But it's truly a funny show, even if it's in the dreaded multicamera "traditional" format. Again, it's a case of good writing and good acting overcoming a tired premise.

CBS knows what it has on its hands; that's why it chipped in to make show star Charlie Sheen the highest paid sitcom actor currently on the air. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Sheen is ready to sign a contract that will pay him between $350,000 - $400,000 per episode, which is twice what he was making before. A network contribution, according to the article, has become common in such high-profile negotiations. No word, though, on if the other one and a half men on the show -- Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones -- got raises, too. I definitely think Jones should get a big raise; he may just be telling fart jokes, but he's doing it with conviction.

[via Pop Candy]

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Charlie Sheen sued

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 28th 2006 3:50PM
Two and a Half MenWow, this isn't a good week for Charlie Sheen.

First he's going through the divorce nastiness with wife Denise Richards, and now a woman is suing him, claiming that the character Sheen plays on Two and a Half Men is based on her.

Not really sure how you sue an actor for a character created by someone else, but whatever.

[via TV Tattle]

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