Jon Cryer has spoken.
The Two and a Half Men star, who remained notably mum throughout the Charlie Sheen hullabaloo that took down their hit show midseason (minus a couple of pointed comedy sketches in which he admitted to being a troll and took a job with Ellen), has let it be known that he's grateful for what came before but now he's looking forward to what's ahead.
And that includes working with Ashton Kutcher.
"I'm jazzed about the news this morning that Two and a Half Men is coming back!" Cryer said in a statement to E! News, via his rep. "For all the rest of the cast and crew I'm sure they are equally excited.
"I want to express my enormous gratitude to Charlie Sheen for eight great seasons. I'm extremely proud of the work we've done together, and I will miss him. But I'm also looking forward to this new beginning."
And he can't be the only one. Rumor had it that CBS was scrambling to get the Kutcher deal in place ahead of Wednesday's upfront presentation in New York. You know, so they'd have something promising (two whole men!) to show advertisers so that they'll be compelled to spend money to advertise during Two and a Half Men.
"Ashton is an extraordinarily talented guy, and his presence will be an asset to our show," Cryer continued. "We are old friends from our male modeling days, and we're both looking forward to being judged for our comedic artistry, as opposed to our exceptional physical beauty."
Sheen, for his part, didn't bash Kutcher or anything, but he also wasn't that supportive of the new enterprise when he issued a statement about it earlier today.
He perhaps thought better of it later, tweeting, "#Winning Congrats to the cast and crew...CBS & WB..! My best to @aplusk !! The show must go on... You got the right guy! c."
To which Kutcher replied, "#2.5 @charliesheen Thank man. Always been a fan, always will be! BTW you were 'born big.'"
Cryer's not the only one who's jazzed now!