Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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When it comes to slightly crazy people speaking their minds and gaining popularity for their insanely asinine opinions, Two and a Half Men's Jon Cryer has some experience. LOLz!
The 50-year-old actor stopped by The Real to chat it up with the ladies in an episode to air Tuesday and he talked a bit about politics as he drew comparisons between his former costar Charlie Sheen's CRAZY rants and those of Donald Trump!
"There is an interesting overlap between Charlie and Donald Trump. People like that he's willing to say whatever foolishness comes to the top of his head."
The Pretty in Pink star went on to make the AH-Mazing point that he does NOT want people to "pick the president based on entertainment value."
Ch-ch-check out the clip from today's episode as Jon talks about the impact that Trump could have if he's elected (below).
However, it doesn't seem like all hope is lost.
Of Charlie's infamous 2011 meltdown while their show was on air, Cryer said:
"He just went crazy out of nowhere."
He also added that it was "blindsiding" when Sheen bashed the entire cast and crew after his firing. Sheen notoriously went as far as to call his longtime friend a "troll" — which Cryer found troubling considering they had a great working relationship until that point.
The Pretty In Pink star explained that Sheen did later apologize (kinda) by stating:
"I'm sorry for all the bullsh*t, man."
To which Cryer noted:
"And I was like, ‘That's it? There was a lot of bullsh*t. There was an enormous amount of bullsh*t!'"
But after all is said and done, J.C. says he doesn't hold any "ill will" toward the 50-year-old, and he sympathizes with Sheen's HIV positive status.
With that said, Sheen would have to clean up his act in order for them to be pals anytime soon:
"He's got an addiction that's just kicking his ass. I'd love to have him back in my life again. I'd love for him to be sober. But unfortunately, he'd have to be."
You can listen to the full recap of the meltdown (below)!
OMG, can you believe Pretty In Pink is 30 years old??
The John Hughes high school romance classic came out exactly three decades ago today, and we think it still resonates today.
For instance, all of us are still Andie. And we all have a Duckie and a Blane in our lives.
The question is, WHICH ONE DO YOU CHOOSE?? Doting oddball or sensitive dreamboat?
You tell us, Perezcious Readers! #TeamDuckie or #TeamBlane??
This is shaping up to be quite the event!
Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows already had an all-star lineup thanks to Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and (a pre-taped) Matthew Perry's involvement, but the addition of Chuck Lorre's CBS staple just kicked things up another notch.
Charlie's inclusion comes as a bit of surprise, seeing as he
In a recent interview, Two & Half Men star Jon Cryer gushed over his co-star's relationship, saying that the parents of one have that "whole Jerry McGuire" thing going on. The comparison is a big compliment considering the film features an epic and sweet love story!
Cryer elaborated further on the couple's romance, saying:
"It's a total cliche, but in their case it just happens to be true. She really grounds him. He's always got something cooking, but he loves coming back to her, coming home to her."
Awww! So sweet! We can't believe the pair have only been married since July…it feels like forever!
Oh, and is Kutcher as love in with fatherhood as he is with Mila? J.C. revealed:
"As far as I can tell, he spends most of his time thinking about it. He's clearly made for it."
How wonderful. We wonder if this means the actor will be making more babies with his soulmate sooner than later!
Enjoy being super in love, you two!
Longtime actor Alex Rocco has died, according to reports. He was 79 years old.
Rocco most famously played Moe Greene, the casino owner in the original Godfather film.
Rocco's credits also included The Simpsons, The Rockford Files, Starsky & Hutch, and Facts of Life, as well as an Emmy Award for his role on Famous Teddy Z with Jon Cryer.
Our thoughts are with Rocco's friends and family.
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But leave it to Ashton's Two And A Half Men co-star Jon Cryer to gush about their July 4th weekend nuptials!
Days after the wedding, he HIGHlariously tweeted:
"And yes, I was there. But I did not make a scene. We were all very mature about it."
Though at Tuesday's Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood Stage 48: Script to Screen launch event, he further explained:
"It was a lovely and intimate evening and there was no need for me to get emotional."
Um, pretty sure there was every reason! But we fully believe he was joking!
After all, who wouldn't cry watching two of their friends tie the knot?? Especially with their adorable toddler, Wyatt Isabelle, in attendance!
There's no shame!
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