Saturday, July 4, 2015

Miley Cyrus tarts up 'Two and a Half Men'

Miley plays a young siren tempting Ashton Kutcher

Miley Cyrus tarts up 'Two and a Half Men'

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A lot of guest stars last night on TV. Howie Mandel on The Big Bang Theory. Ryan Lochte on 30 Rockte. Barack Obama on The Daily Show. And, looking like a bombshell Tinkerbell on Two and Half Men, Miley Cyrus.

She played a young rather uninhibited gal named Missi come to visit Walden. Missi is the daughter of one of his old friends and boy, has she grown up since the last time he saw her.

Walden’s no cad, but he would like to feel he’s still in the breeding pool. Then this happens.

 

The sitcom setting, curiously, was right down the road from her old stomping grounds on Hannah Montana. But the humor was racier. At one point she made an oblique reference (OK, it involved jellyfish) to Nicole Kidman’s controversial potty scene in Paperboy.

Later, sitting on the deck, she gestured at her bikini top and asked “Do you mind if I take the girls out? Get some color on Kim and Khloe?”

You go to your room this instant, Missi.

 

 

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