Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been seen on screen plenty of times before, thanks largely to their starring roles in That 70s Show, but given the news that the couple is reportedly expecting their first child, it's particularly topical to note that Kunis is set to appear on an upcoming episode of Kutcher's CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, and we now have our first look at her character.
CBS announced previously that Kunis would be appearing in an episode of the series, playing the role of Vivian, a young, beautiful, free-spirited world traveler who shows up on Walden's doorstep. Walden feels an instant connection with her, convinced she's 'the one.'" The network notes some additional conflict related to this story, as Walden's apparently about the propose to someone else. That's kind of a problem.
CBS listed this description and tune-in info along with the photos of Kunis in the episode of Two and a Half Men, which will air April 10:
As mentioned, Kunis and Kutcher have been on screen plenty of times before. As THR noted when Kunis' guest star appearance for Two and a Half Men was first announced, this will be their first appearance together on a scripted program since they played Jackie and Kelso in the sitcom, which was on the air for more than 200 episodes. That's a milestone Two and a Half men has already surpassed, and the series is still going strong, as Two and a Half Men was among the numerous series recently renewed at CBS. Kutcher's only been on the comedy since 2011, but believe it or not, he's already credited for 64 episodes. Time sure does fly when you're a CBS sitcom.
Given the recent news that Kunis is (reportedly) pregnant, fans will likely be eager to see the two actors on screen together, so that should be fun.
Also, more related to Two and a Half Men than Kutcher and Kunis, there's this...
Check out some more episode (and what appear to be production) photos in the gallery below.
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