You'll have Alan and Walden to kick around for another season.
But back to "Two and a Half Men" ...
"Producers are in discussions with Angus T. Jones about a recurring role next season while he is attending college," CBS said.
Jones blasted the show for racy comment, then later apologized for the remarks.
"Two and a Half Men" is the No. 2 comedy in total viewers this season. Only "The Big Bang Theory," which airs right before "Men" on Thursdays, reaches more viewers.
"Two and a Half Men" is the 19th series that CBS has renewed for next season.