The skunked beer that America has been swilling in its mouth for 12 seasons known as Two and a Half Men will finally be spit out on February 19th. Many questions remain, though: will Angus T. Jones return? Who names their kid Angus T. Jones? What does the T. stand for? It’s Tiberius, isn’t it? Also, will Charlie Sheen, who literally died on the show/is figuratively dead in real life, come back, too? He claims he “[owes] it to the fans” to do so, while Ashton Kutcher all but confirmed the #winning resurrection on today’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
“I don’t know if I’m allowed to talk about it,” Kutcher said. “I’m scared.”
DeGeneres wasn’t scared at all, asking pointedly if Charlie Sheen was coming back. Kutcher’s mouth hung open and his arms flailed about, but no words came out for a few moments. Finally, he said, “If you’re working on the Warner Bros. lot, if there’s sirens, come save me.”
“So Charlie comes back,” DeGeneres concluded. Kutcher vehemently denied saying anything, but he gave a sheepish grin and giggle. (Via)
Meanwhile, on the set of another long-running sitcom that’s shutting down in 2015, Parks and Recreation, no one’s talking about the return of Mark Brendanawicz. They’re good.