“Waldon [Ashton Kutcher] is going to have a major health scare and it is going to give him a little bit of an existential crisis. And he wants to find a way to add more meaning to his life, so he decides he wants to adopt a child.
“In doing so, he starts the process and he realizes it is very difficult to adopt a child as a single, straight man. So once and for all he decides, ‘I am going to propose to Alan [Jon Cryer]. We are going to get married and adopt a child as a gay couple.’
“So that is going to start the season on TWO AND A HALF MEN and I think we are off for a great ride.”
Naturally, I had to ask if there is any universe in which Charlie Sheen — who the long-running sitcom was originally created for — could possibly return for the 2015 finale.
“We are not having those conversations right now,” Tassler said.
There you have it.
TWO AND A HALF MEN returns October 30, 2014
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