Miley Cyrus to Return to 'Two and a Half Men' in November
Miley Cyrus to Return to 'Two and a Half Men' in November
Michelle Carlbert
Michelle Carlbert
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Two and a Half Men welcomed singer/actress Miley Cyrus to the show a couple weeks ago and it looks like they liked her so much that they are bringing her back for more. 


EW's Inside TV reports that the former Miss Hannah Montana boosted ratings so much during her first visit that it's probably a sure bet that everyone is hoping that she'll bring that magic back again. Cyrus is set to return in an episode that is due to air on November 8, when her character will apparently have another romantic rendezvous with Jake (Angus T. Jones). 

Cyrus was first introduced in episode 10.4 of the series called "You Do Know What the Lollipop's For." Her character, Missi, is the daughter of Walden's (Ashton Kutcher) old friend and ended up taking a liking to Alan's son Jake during a visit. 

Considering what happened the first time Missi came to town, I'm guessing that there are bound to be some sparks between Missi and Jake when Cyrus returns to the show in November. The only question will be if those sparks will turn into something more permanent. Is it possible that Cyrus could end up on the show on a more permanent basis? Or if not permanently, then maybe in a recurring guest role? 

Anything's possible at this point, but one thing's for sure: Cyrus' visit to the show was a lot of fun last time so I'm sure it will be just as fun the second time. As to whether or not that means she'll be back again, only time will tell. Though if the series sees another boost in ratings like it did last time, I'd be surprised if TPTB didn't bring her back again for another round. 

What do you think of the news of Cyrus coming back to Two and a Half Men? Did you enjoy her first guest-starring role on the series? Do you hope that she and Jake will turn into a couple? Would you like her to become a permanent part of the cast or do you think her role should be kept to the recurring guest-star variety?

(Image courtesy of CBS)


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