After twelve seasons and only one man left standing, CBS is finally going to pull the plug on the long running show. One more year to cash in those huge paychecks before the actors will have to scramble and look for work like the rest of Hollywood. Hopefully they saved the vast majority of it or Jon Cryer will be doing a dinner version of Pretty In Pink and Ashton will be hosting Punk'd episodes again. If you needed a way to get through a very long airplane flight, watching episodes of the show are a great way to pass the time. Was it ever appointment television for me? No. It must have been for some people though because it used to be the number one show in the country and its ratings are still stronger than many other shows airing each week. I don't think there is any place left to go for the writers or any kind of story arc they haven't explored. It will be interesting to see if Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen end their blood feud long enough to have Charlie make a guest appearance. He could play a ghost or be in some kind of dream sequence. Maybe the final episode will have him wake up in bed next to Heather Locklear with Michael J Fox standing over them. Hey, it would certainly get your attention.