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Jon Cryer joins the second season of 'Undisclosed' podcast

Back in 2014, the puzzling case of whether or not Baltimore teenager Adnan Syed had killed his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee was a massive topic of discussion. The investigative podcast Serial popularized the story, but host Sarah Koenig didn’t offer an answer in its first season finale. Then a team of legal professionals started their own spin-off podcast, Undisclosed, to get to the bottom of it.

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First Look: Jon Cryer talks playing a 'badass doctor' on NCIS

Jon Cryer thought he’d be prepared for his guest spot on NCIS as Dr. Taft, a celebrated Navy surgeon, thanks to more than 10 years playing a chiropractor on Two and a Half Men. But nothing could have prepped him for the task at hand: saving the life of protagonist Gibbs (Mark Harmon), who was shot in the last season finale. The actor spoke to EW about what it was like donning the medical gloves for the show. (NCIS premieres its 13th season on Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.)

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Watch Michael Douglas play charades with Jimmy Fallon, Kat Dennings, Jon Cryer

Michael Douglas joined Jimmy Fallon on Monday’s The Tonight Show for a game of Charades along with Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer and 2 Broke Girls’ Kat Dennings. While the two-time Oscar winner does memorable work on the big screen, he had a pretty difficult time remembering how do to the Macarena. 

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Jon Cryer reveals his insane, firsthand account of Charlie Sheen's breakdown in new memoir

In his new memoir, So That Happened (out April 7), Jon Cryer of Two and a Half Men (and more importantly, Pretty in Pink) details his own account of his former co-star Charlie Sheen’s breakdown. Cryer doesn’t mince words—his description of Sheen’s undoing is brutally honest, and  it’s pretty fascinating to go back down that rabbit hole of “tiger blood” and “goddesses.”

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16 utterly strange things you might not know happened on Two and a Half Men

Two and a Half Men | Monday, 8-8:30 p.m., CBS The warlock has left the building. With the spectacular, bridge-burning, jumping-down-?the-inflatable-?emergency-slide exit of Charlie Sheen from Two and a Half Men…

Two and a Half Men ends Thursday after a titanic 12-season, 262-episode run that truly launched the Chuck Lorre empire. And in case you weren’t one of the millions who tuned in over the past dozen years, a lot happened on this show.

Like what, you ask? Here are a few of the more notable, bizarre moments that EW could pick out.

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'Two and a Half Men' co-creator explains his surprising finale ending

Charlie Harper was still alive, yet Charlie Sheen was nowhere to be seen on CBS’ Two and a Half Men series finale. The comedy closed its record-setting 12-season run with an ultra-meta one-hour episode Thursday night, which brought back many familiar faces from the show’s past, a few celebrity guests, a rather unexpected dose of animation, and a shock cameo by the show’s co-creator.

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Two and a Half Men series finale react: A winning end

Two and a Half Men ended like it’s acted for 12 seasons—uncompromising in what it was. The hour, entitled “Of Course He’s Dead,” didn’t just address the show’s detractors or the history of Charlie Sheen both on and off the show, it made them the focal point around the final episode’s plot.

It all comes together in such unapologetic fashion—with such a meta flair that even Dan Harmon wouldn’t attempt it—that whether you liked the finale or not, the show doesn’t care. It, and Chuck Lorre, went out on the exact notes it wanted to end. And that note, as far as Lorre was concerned, was a #winning one.

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