Frankly, the newest member of the "Two and a Half Men" cast has begun to irk us a little bit.

Since Ashton Kutcher broke through in 1998 with "That '70s Show," we've watched him transform from scruffy heartthrob to the really scruffy, long haired, unshaven TV actor that he is now, and with that came a divorce from his wife of six years, Demi Moore.

The couple got plenty of attention when they wed, mostly because of their 15-year age gap, so it is not surprising that the tabloids were all over their divorce as well.

Meanwhile, we were surprised that Kutcher -- one of the first celebrities to whole-heartedly embrace Twitter -- didn't tweet about his divorce sooner. Luckily, he handed over his Twitter account to his management team, but not before coming under fire for his tweet condemning the firing of Penn State coach Joe Paterno.

Here's hoping Kutcher will go the way of his Twitter account, and get out of the spotlight for a while, in the new year.

Jersey Shore cast

No. 1: 'Jersey Shore' cast

There's really not much about the "Jersey Shore" kids that isn't annoying.

After the cast spent a season in Italy, we were hoping maybe they would like it so much that they'd stay, but no such luck. The show is set to begin airing its fifth season in early January. To which we reply, "How is this possible?!"

The show is based on bar fights between the housemates who all have ridiculous nicknames, and who use ridiculous amounts of spray tan to get their neon-orange glow. Judging by a recent promo for the new season, we're betting on seeing the same old, same old from the show's "stars," including Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and Jenni "JWoww" Farley.

Hopefully after this season, the "Jersey Shore" cast will move on to better things, like getting real jobs and drinking less. Because The Situation here is that, frankly, we've seen better abs.

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