Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer recently appeared on "Conan" where they discussed the times they have kissed each other on their TV sitcom "Two and a Half Men."
Kutcher and Cryer's characters staged a fake gay marriage on the show in order to adopt a child, noted The Independent.
Cryer described Kutcher as an "excellent kisser" (video below).
“Jon’s my second male kiss on screen," said Kutcher. "Uhh, my first one was in ‘Dude, Where’s My Car?’"
“And, you know, here’s the thing, if you want to know if you’re not gay, kiss a dude. Because if you feel nothing, you know. And, like, while Jon’s a wonderful human, there was nothing," added Kutcher.
Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen reportedly turned down a chance to be in the series' finale, in which a piano was dropped on his character (the show used a body double instead).
"Two and a Half Men" executive producer Chuck Lorre told The New York Times, "We thought that was a terrific way to end the series. He certainly understood there was a huge pent-up demand to see Charlie in the finale, and there would be creative closure in that. I wanted to make that happen, but it wasn’t meant to be."
Sheen reportedly would have appeared if he could have had a heart-warming reunion with Cryer, but Lorre nixed the idea.
"I wasn’t about to turn creative control over the show to anybody, not at this point, not in the finale. I mean, why?" added Lorre.