Who knew Two and a Half Men's Alan (Jon Cryer) was such a Wonder Woman fan? Lynda Carter — who played the superhero on TV from 1975 to 1979 — attends a fund-raiser on the Nov. 7 episode of the CBS comedy, sending Alan into a sex-crazed frenzy. The storyline is based on a chance meeting Cryer had with his real-life teen crush earlier this year at a party hosted by CBS honcho Leslie Moonves, who is close pals with Carter. "I was so transfixed that my wife went over and told her I was a huge fan," says Cryer, who has also been working in Men's writers' room this season. "I, of course, was more tasteful about my obsession than Alan, who has a line, 'I had a poster of her that ended up looking like the bottom of a birdcage.'"
Miley Cyrus did plenty of singing on Saturday Night Live this week, but thankfully left the twerking at home for the most part. Acting as both host and musical guest, Cyrus skewered the government shutdown in one sketch and parodied her infamous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in another. She also performed her single "Wrecking Ball" (with clothes on) and an acoustic version of "We Can't Stop." Check out highlights from SNL below. How do you think Cyrus did as host?
Looks like Charlie's daughter Jenny will be sticking around on Two and a Half Men. Actress Amber Tamblyn has been promoted to a series regular in the CBS sitcom.
Charlie Harper lives... sort of.
Amber Tamblyn made her debut on Thursday's Season 11 premiere of Two and a Half Men as Jenny, the previously unknown daughter of Charlie (Charlie Sheen), who comes a-knocking at Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan's (Jon Cryer) beach house — and the apple definitely doesn't fall far from the tree.
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Like her late pops, Jenny is all about booze ...
The ghost of Charlie Harper keeps haunting Two and a Half Men. Now, it turns out he has a long lost daughter!
According to Deadline, the CBS comedy is casting for a new female series regular who is in her late teens or early 20s. When the show returns in the fall, the new leading lady will show up on the doorstep of Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) looking for her now-dead father (Charlie Sheen). The daughter soon moves in, joining Walden and Alan (Jon Cryer) under one roof.