Sean Hayes called ‘Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows’ the reunion of all reunions — and he wasn’t kidding. NBC just revealed the lineup of stars planning to attend, and we were pretty shocked to see that Charlie Sheen will come face-to-face with Jon Cryer!
Charlie Sheen doesn’t have the best history with Jon Cryer. Ok, it’s actually not good — at all. Charlie verbally attacked Jon (“you’re a troll”) after leaving Two & A Half Men, while Jon stayed quiet until the show ended in February 2015. He then published, So That Happened, a book all about the crazy adventures that Charlie took him on. So, did the two put their differences aside? It looks like it! They will both appear on the tribute to James Burrows, NBC has announced. James directed two episodes of Two and a Half Men.
Jon Cryer is getting back to his roots! The actor dropped by the ‘Late Late Show’ to recreate his famous ‘Pretty in Pink’ scene– yeah, that one!
What year is it? On the Apr. 14 episode of The Late Late Show, Jon Cryer had us feeling some serious nostalgia when he transformed back into his breakout role of Phil “Duckie” Dale from the classic 80s flick, Pretty in Pink. He not only reenacted that infamous scene, but he also got down–way down– with host James Corden. Check out the amazing clip!
Charlie is mad at his Two and a Half Men costar for failing to reach out to him
These days, it’s not that hard to get on Charlie Sheen’s bad side. His initial rants insulted Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre but now he’s decided to attack his friend and costar Jon Cryer.