But now it's straight up cancelled!
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Since Two and a Half Men is officially over, it looks like Jon Cryer is going back to his roots!
This week, the actor took a step back in time on The Late Late Show With James Corden when he reprised his role of Duckie from the movie Pretty In Pink!
The 49-year-old actor and late night host recreated the iconic record store dance routine from the hit 80s movie, and Cryer is still pretty light on his feet!
The two wore an almost exact replica of the ostentatious outfit from the original scene with Cryer's old co-star Molly Ringwald and danced around a record store set to Otis Redding's Try a Little Tenderness!
We're not sure if the actor has been practicing the choreography throughout the years or what, but his dance moves were definitely on point!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to see a clip of the nostalgic performance!!
Who would think that in a room with Andy Cohen, the unassuming Scott Eastwood would be the one to stir up some drama!
On Thursday, The Longest Ride actor joined Jon Cryer on Cohen's Watch What Happens Live and serendipitously shed light on a major celeb scandal from way back in 2011 — when Ashton Kutcher reportedly cheated on Demi Moore!
It started when a caller asked Cryer if working with Two And A Half Men co-star Kutcher was awkward due to the fact that they both dated Moore.
Eastwood then innocently lamented that Kutcher also hooked up with his ex-girlfriend WHILE they were dating! When Cohen probed him for more, Clint Eastwood's son explained he wasn't bitter about the situation at all — but then dropped the bombshell:
Well, both these lips have kissed Demi Moore, so it makes sense they'd kiss each other!
Jon Cryer admitted in his recently released tell-all memoir that he and Demi used to be an item way back in the day.
"It was awkward in that I'm not sure she even told him that we dated. In our first meeting, we're trying to have that let's-create-that-chemistry meeting, and the whole time I'm looking at him, waiting for him to drop the bomb."
Yikes, we're seriously cringing that is so awkward.
Looks like Michael Douglas needs to brush up on his John Hughes movies!
The 70-year-old was a little rusty on his game, as he and the Two And A Half Men star were having a hard time syncing their minds. They managed to get their first question right, but Douglas stumbled when trying to guess what Cryer was acting out.
The worst part was, Cryer was trying to act out his own movie Pretty In Pink! Douglas managed to get the word "pretty", but stumbled after that. Even though the Oscar-winner was in a ton of 80's movies himself, we guess he missed this Molly Ringwald classic!
Fallon had a much better time partnering with Kat Dennings, as they quickly managed to answer each other's questions. This causes us to wonder if the host stacks the deck in his favor? At least he plays to win!
Ch-ch-check out the clip of the stars playing against each other in the video (above) to see if Cryer loses his cool!
Whoa, the things we've learned from Jon Cryer's book are flabbergasting!
Apparently, in his tell-all memoir So That Happened, Jon outlined the time he realized his girlfriend used to date his Two and a Half Men costar.
And of course Charlie's reason for breaking up with her was fitting for the legendary Mr. Sheen.
Ch-ch-check out the excerpt that's sure to leave you speechless (below)!!!
In possibly the weirdest story you might read today, Jon Cryer became a john quite literally.
In his new tell-all book, So That Happened, Jon opened up about how after his divorce from wife Sarah Trigger, Charlie Sheen came to his rescue in the most Charlie Sheen way possible.
He helped Jon find a prostitute on the internet — because there are no other alternatives to having legal sex if you're famous in a town like El Lay! JK, because there are SO MANY!
Here's what the Two and a Half Men star said about his encounter with a lady of the night:
Well, it had to stop sometime! Two & A Half Men's reign is coming to an end after 12 long seasons!
The news came from CBS network president Nina Tassler when she presented CBS's new fall schedule on Wednesday morning!