Ashton Kutcher Makes Bold ‘Two and a Half Men’ Prediction on Letterman

by | August 25, 2011 at 5:49 AM | Fall TV Preview 2011, TV News

Ashton Kutcher predicted “Two and a Half Men” will be bigger than ever. Appearing on “The Late Show,” the handsome star sauntered out wearing a helmet and bullet proof vest, telling the talk show host that you can’t be too careful when a fatwa has been declared, a reference to the death threats terrorist group al Qaeda made against David Letterman. However, Kutcher was all business when talking about his return to TV comedy. “I think it’s going to go through the roof, I really do,” he said. “I’ve been laughing really hard.” When Letterman asked about first taping, Kutcher said the “roof popped off Warner Brothers that day.” He also said he had forgotten what it was like to feel, and hear, the audience go nuts when he walked on stage. It brought back memories of doing “That 70′s Show” when he was a new actor fresh from Iowa, not the superstar actor-internet mogul husband of Demi Moore. Despite all that, Kutcher revealed his head is still screwed on on straight, not to mention full of great hair, by telling a nice story about Robin Williams visiting “That 70′s Show” set. As for the news everyone wants to know, how does Charlie Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, die, Kutcher said, “I can’t reveal that.” Letterman pressed him. “He dies because he’s no longer living,” said @aplusk. “It’s a death scenario.” Take a look at the video and remember to add “Two and a Half Men” to your Watchlist so you don’t miss an episode.