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Two And A Half Men, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Kiss

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Look away, Mila Kunis!

Everyone knows no marriage is truly official until it's been sealed with a kiss—which is exactly what Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer are doing on Two and a Half Men, and we've got your first look at their big wedding smooch!

Walden (Kutcher) and Alan (Cryer) are set to get married in the CBS hit sitcom's final season, with the nuptials going down in the Nov. 6 outing.

And guess who's returning for the duo's big day? Michael Bolton!

Two And A Half Men, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Michael Bolton

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The crooner first appeared on the show in season 10, when he stopped by to belt "When a Man Loves a Woman" to help Walden propose to Zooey. (Yeah, that didn't work out so well.) And for his second appearance, Bolton will put a twist on his classic tune, retooling it as "When a Man Loves a Man." Hmm...could his appearance be a wedding gift from Walden to Alan after the latter begins second-guessing his decision to get married when Walden asks him to sign a pre-nup?

And while he was a little apprehensive when he first learned that Alan and Walden were getting married, Jon Cryer quickly came around to the storyline. "The first time I heard it I said, 'What?!'" he told us. "And then I thought, 'Oh yeah it kind of makes sense, because last season Alan's wedding fell apart and Ashton's wedding has fallen apart.' The writers have a good idea and it opens up a lot of doors."

So why exactly are Walden and Alan, who are both straight, getting married? Because they both want to raise a baby. 

"I thought it was both very funny and heartwarming that these guys would go to such great lengths to get a kid out of the foster system and give him a home," creator Chuck Lorre explained. "Yes, there's some subterfuge in doing that, they are gaming the system, but the intention is to give a child a home, and it brings the series back to being about two men teaching a young man to become a man."

He added, "It's timely and it has a heartbeat. Ashton's character because it's Ashton and Ashton is a man with a huge heart, he's really engaged in social welfare. He puts a lot of time and money into getting better. And we're getting the spirit of that into the show. This seems like the next logical step. Not romance, not sex, raising a child."

Two and a Half Men airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on CBS.