“Two and a Half Men” stars to read Top Ten list
Fresh from dodging David Letterman's questions about Charlie Sheen's manner of death of "Two and a Half Men," Ashton Kutcher will return to Letterman's show to present a Top Ten list — joined this time by his new co-stars.
Viewers will get to gauge the chemistry between Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones when the trio appear on "The Late Show" this Thursday. They will appear via satellite from the "Two and a Half Men" set.
Kutcher will play heartbroken Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt when the series returns Sept. 19.
He hinted to Letterman two weeks ago that the death of Sheen's Charlie Harper death takes place overseas and involves a woman. But he wouldn't say more, despite lots of prodding from Letterman.