After 12 seasons on CBS, “Two and a Half Men” will air its final episode Thursday night. In a new video, the cast and creator take a walk down memory lane.
“It may take a while for this to sink in,” said executive producer Chuck Lorre about the show ending. “This has been part of my life, for good and bad, for a long time.”
“It was the perfect storm for casting,” said Lorre. “Eight years later, we got to start over again.”
The title of the finale is “Of Course He’s Dead — Part One and Part Two,” insinuating that Charlie Harper (Sheen), who was killed off in the season-nine premiere, could somehow make an appearance.
On Wednesday, Kutcher wrote an emotional Facebook post to thank his co-star, Jon Cryer, for his generosity and kindness. “You are a true partner in every sense of the word,” Kutcher wrote.
For Lorre as well, the 12-season run has been a rewarding experience.
“It was an incredible experience to be part of a hit show, and to realize that people are really watching and they care,” he said.