The actress appears as Vivian, a world traveler who connects with her That 70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher in an upcoming episode.
The young sitcom star expresses his appreciation to series creator Chuck Lorre and the cast and crew of this popular CBS series.
The actor who plays Jake on the hit CBS sitcom says he does not want to be on the show and pleads with fans to change the channel.
Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones are joined by Michael Bolton in the premiere airing Thursday, September 27 at 8:30 PM ET on CBS.
Cast members Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones will all return this fall for another full season of hilarity.
The Harry's Law actress will guest star in the episode airing April 30, where the ghost pays a visit to Jon Cryer's Alan in the hospital.
The actress will play the mother of Ashton Kutcher's Walden Schmidt in at least two episodes of the hit CBS sitcom.
The embattled actor sued the TV studio and executive producer Chuck Lorre over compensation for unproduced episodes of Two and a Half Men.
The actor gives "two and a half" reasons why he took the job replacing Charlie Sheen on the hit CBS sitcom.
Former star of the hit CBS sitcom gets a fine farewell in the form of a Catholic funeral, complete with his character's iconic outfit on display.
Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones gather around the mic for the new season debuting on Monday, September 19 on CBS.
New cast member Ashton Kutcher is flanked by Angus T. Jones and Jon Cryer in this revealing photo from this CBS sitcom.
The actor has the option of leaving after one season because CBS' contract with Warner Bros. expires next year.
The comedic actor steps in for Charlie Sheen in the next season of CBS' top-rated sitcom.
The former That 70s Show star could take over for Charlie Sheen when the series returns in the fall.
Series creator Chuck Lorre will bring back Jon Cryer and cast a new character alongside him.
A new poll shows which actors fans most want in replacing the recently fired actor on CBS' top rated sitcom.
Series creator Robert Kirkman jokes that he will let the former Two and a Half Men actor headline the show, direct an episode, or even play a car.
The popular sitcom's future is still to be decided, but the chances of it coming back next season are unlikely.
The Two and a Half Men star continues his recent public ranting with proof that he has no intentions of ever slowing down.