Asking what’s next, Kutcher replied he’s planning to spend more time with fiancée Mila Kunis and their baby girl, Wyatt. “I probably will spend a lot more time with my family and friends and that would be nice for a good while.”
Commenting on how rested he looks for having a new baby at home, the actor credited Kunis. “I have an awesome partner that takes care of all those things and does a really good job at it… and I help a little.”
Cryer said Kutcher just brought Wyatt to the set. “I’m going to miss his daughter Wyatt because he brought her to the set for the first time last week.”
Jon then joked, “She’s a little bit of a diva. She poops in her pants and expects other people to clean it… that’s not cool set behavior as far as I am concerned.”
As for the series finale, the duo kept tight-lipped on what fans can expect, admitting there will be surprise guests but not divulging who they’ll be (like the rumor former “Men” star” Charlie Sheen will return).
Kutcher smiled, “There’s tons of surprise guests… surprising ones… the most surprising guests of all are the guests you wouldn’t be surprised by.” Cryer added, “The thing is, he’s right.”
The end of the show does not mean the end of Cryer and Kutcher in Malibu. Jon explained, “Ashton found a great beach house he really loved and said, ‘Oh but it’s a little pricey… hey do you want to go halfsies?’ and I said, ‘There’s a headline… the two of us buying a house together in Malibu after the show.’” Ashton said he’s still holding onto the dream. “It’s still for sale.”
While Renee was on set, she also decided to test Ashton and Jon's knowledge of TV finales by having them face off and rank the top 5 most watched finales of all time. Watch!
The series finale of “Two and a Half Men” airs Thursday on CBS.