Jon Cryer says one of the two Hollywood stars he's worked with on "Two and a Half Men" is a real pro and the other one, well, not so much.
You can probably figure this one out. Cryer had high praise for Ashton Kutcher during a red carpet interview before Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards, and that, naturally, brings up Kutcher's predecessor, Charlie Sheen.
"It's a little less suspenseful being on the set nowadays," Cryer said of the show without Sheen. "When you come into work, you are pretty sure (Ashton's) going to be there."
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Kutcher, Cryer told "E! News," is "up for anything, willing to do anything."
Cryer still had kind thoughts for Sheen, who has a new show on FX called "Anger Management."
"I haven't spoken with him, no," Cryer said, but added, "I wish him well. He's got a good team around him. I can't imagine he's not going to put out a good show."
Ratings for "Two and a Half Men" are up 20 percent over Sheen's last season, according to cinemablend.com.