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As you can see, her character, Missi, has a lot to say. "They came up with a really fun character for Miley, but that character does involve a lot of words…which she has done expertly so far," said Jon Cryer (Alan Harper) in this behind-the-scenes sneak peek. "On some level you have to stand back, and your jaw drops because you know she has more to say."
Unlike many of the female characters on this show, Missi fails to swoon for [Ashton Kutcher's] Walden Schmidtt. "It's fun because it's such a mind game," says Cyrus. "You think that I'm gonna be ending up with Ashton, because everyone else in the show is kind of like ooh-ing and ah-ing over him. That is not my intention at all. Angus [T. Jones] comes to the door, and it's like 'Ooh, man in uniform. Bye!'"
"She walked in here from the table read and just owned it," said Kutcher, who suggested the Two and a Half Men guest spot to Cyrus when they worked together on Punk'd. "Like it might become like Two and a Half and Three Quarters a Woman."
Apparently, Cyrus jumped at the chance to work on Men. "This is the only kind of show that my whole family really likes," she said, sounding like the teen she still is -- it's easy to forget that she 19 -- despite her super-short, more mature haircut. "So it's just a cool show that everybody likes, and it's kind of good for everyone, so it's fun to be here."
Cyrus, who is engaged to Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth, recently told Jay Leno that her love scene with Jones (Jake Harper) was awkward at first. "It was kind of weird because when I was doing it, the prop guy and all these people are like, 'Do you have your ring on?'
So fun, in fact, that she's up for doing it again. "I hope at some point I could come back and do this because it's been a really good time," she said. "So I think it's a really fun episode, and it sets up, if I ever wanted to come back here again, it would just set it up so nice."
No doubt Jake Harper would agree!