Ashton Kutcher's Character Ditches Wedding Ring On 'Two And A Half Men'

Tue, November 22, 2011 2:53pm EDT by 1 Comment
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Ashton Kutcher took off his wedding ring on both his show AND in real life at the same time — how coincidental!

The similarities between Ashton Kutcher and his Two and a Half Men character, Walden Schmidt, continue to be uncanny. In last night’s episode, Walden finally lost his wedding ring, after deciding to go on a date with a woman he met in the supermarket. Just like Ashton’s real life marriage to Demi Moore, Walden is choosing to move on. We know the writers didn’t plan this, which is why it’s so weird!

Earlier last week, Demi, 49, issued a statement announcing her divorce from the 33-year-old actor, citing irreconcilable differences and essentially confirming reports Ashton cheated on her. Now all we need on Two and a Half Men is a threesome story line and it’ll officially be like Ashton’s autobiography.

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gbtw

Posted at 3:10 PM on November 22, 2011  

the whole show made money initially by mirroring charlie’s life and having him NOT ACT, but just be himself… charlie can’t act. ashton can’t act. why mess with a good formula- just write about ashton’s life in a comical way, and you might keep your audience. or, people will wake up and realize this show sucks and is played out already.

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