Someone's getting married tonight on the season finale of CBS' Two and a Half Men, and it may or may not be Charlie Sheen's man who loves women. (The first clue should have been when Charlie Harper registered himself at Scores.) Emmanuelle Vaugier, who plays fiancée Mia, brings TVGuide.com up to speed on the nuptials that may be nope-tials.
TVGuide.com: The DVD extras explain how they create Jigsaw's traps so they don't actually maim or kill the actors, but still, those cuffs had to hurt your wrists.
Vaugier: Yeah, they were pretty scratched up by the end of the day. It looked like I had attempted to do something to myself but failed miserably. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: Did you have relatives all concerned, like, "Emmanuelle, is everything OK in your life?"
Vaugier: "Are you happy?" "Are you good?" It was more the hotel employees who noticed, when I'd be downstairs having drinks with the rest of the cast, wearing a sleeveless shirt. "What's wrong with that girl?"
TVGuide.com: The extras also show that there was a simple latch your character missed that could have saved her all that suffering.
Vaugier: Well, there's that, too. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: Tobin Bell [aka Jigsaw] called me from the set of Saw III last week, and he says it's some good stuff.
Vaugier: Awesome. I hear the script for the third one is supposed to be fantastic.
TVGuide.com: The last time you and I talked, I asked if Mia and Charlie might be heading for a February-sweeps wedding, and you said, "I'm not sure. That could be interesting, though!" I was off by only a sweeps period.
Vaugier: I honestly didn't know at that point what was going to happen. I basically find out week to week, and then we're like, "Ohh, that's what's going to happen."
TVGuide.com: Now there will be a wedding, yes?
Vaugier: Yes. Charlie and Mia are planning a wedding, and there will be a wedding. Whether it's Charlie and Mia.... We don't know.
TVGuide.com: Who else could it be? The kid is way too young, and I don't believe Conchata Ferrell's housekeeper is desperate for a green card...?
Vaugier: [Laughs] It could be Charlie and Rose, it could be Jon Cryer's Alan and Rose, it could be Alan and Mia.... Maybe it's Charlie and Alan?
TVGuide.com: Will you be back next season, for one reason or another?
Vaugier: It seems like it's a possibility. It's always left open-ended as to whether Mia comes back or not. If they get married, obviously I'll be around until something horrible happens, I'm sure. [Laughs] We can't possibly have Charlie be not single for too long on the show! But I'm sure Mia will be back in some capacity.
TVGuide.com: It's too bad Two and a Half Men has wrapped. You could be teasing Charlie Sheen about his No. 2 ranking on Maxim's "Living Sex Legends" list. They have him at 5,000 conquests.
Vaugier: [Laughs] Is that what the count is? I did not know that.
TVGuide.com: I don't know if affidavits are involved or not, but that's 5,000 different people.
Vaugier: "Unique users."
TVGuide.com: [Laughs] Yes, "unique users," as we saw in the online world.
Vaugier: That's pretty funny. Well, he and I can now both say we've been on a Maxim list of some sort. We have something in common now.
TVGuide.com: They're very different lists.
Vaugier: Very different lists, yeah.
TVGuide.com: Tell me about Unearthed.
Vaugier: That's not coming out until 2007, but it is a sci-fi feature where I play a sheriff with a little bit of a drinking problem. It's along the lines of Alien or John Carpenter's The Thing, which is quite funny because I'm working with John Carpenter right now on [Showtime's] Masters of Horror. I've done so much horror stuff, if I'm going to do more it might as well be with him. You can't really top that!
TVGuide.com: What's the premise for his Masters of Horror episode?
Vaugier: It takes place in an abortion clinic, so it's fairly controversial for the subject matter.
TVGuide.com: This is "a very special episode of Masters of Horror," isn't it?
Vaugier: [Laughs] It takes place in an abortion clinic and there are monsters. Need I say more?
TVGuide.com: It doesn't sound like you're getting the romantic comedy you said you wanted in our previous Q&A.
Vaugier: I know, seriously!
TVGuide.com: Was there opportunity for romantic comedy in your voice work for the Need for Speed 7 video game?
Vaugier: Romance, but not so much comedy. [Laughs] There's a love interest, but there's not much funny-ha-ha in the Need for Speed video game. I'm not a big gamer, so they actually sent me an Xbox 360 and some games so I could brush up on my skills.
TVGuide.com: And now you're shipping that Xbox to me, right?
Vaugier: Absolutely! And you will forever write glowing reviews about me!