‘Two and a Half Men’ spoilers: Jon Cryer dishes on new season

Jon dishes a few details

Now that Charlie Sheen has left ‘Two and a Half Men’ the show is going to be taking a very different turn. What fans want to know is, what are they going to be doing with the new season and how is Ashton Kutcher’s character going to fit into the show’s story line?

The plot of the new season is being kept top secret and even the studio audience was asked to sign non-disclosure agreements to keep the story lines a secret, but Jon Cryer did reveal a little information about what they can expect out of this season. Jon spoke about how the show is going to keep it light hearted even though Charlie Sheen’s character is going to pass away.  He said;

“This show has never had an ounce of sentimentality; it’s not what we do. There was a moment in the first season where we tried it, then we realized, no, that doesn’t work. This is [handled] with that same lack of sentimentality. Any concerns I had about it were completely washed away by the studio audience we had — which signed nondisclosure agreements — and had a terrific reaction to it. The history of the show does not go away at all. It will be dealt with all through the first season. It’s not, “Oh, that character’s gone, let’s forget completely about him.” There will be ramifications all through the season. We’re not taking this into a new universe where the first show didn’t exist.”

Jon went on to talk about how the changes are going to impact his character of Alan.  Jon gave as much detail as he could, saying;

“Well, I don’t know for certain. It’s funny because everybody is signing nondisclosure agreements. The scripts go out with watermarks and every script gets handed to you personally by somebody from the show. They’re being super secretive. And that’s all new, the show has never functioned like that before. But what isn’t new is they’ve never told me what my character is going to go through. They’ve cryptically hinted at stuff. One of the characters will be institutionalized, but they don’t say which character or what kind of institution. I don’t mind that because to me that feels like life — you never know what’s going to happen next. And God knows last year proved that to me.”

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