IGN: Love it or hate it, you can't deny Two and a Half Men's staying power. Despite losing its top-billed star Charlie Sheen, the series managed to survive -- thanks in part to Ashton Kutcher, who signed on as a series regular in 2011. The show made headlines again in 2012, when co-star and resident "Half Man" Angus T. Jones spoke out against the show's "filthy" content, spurring him to leave as well. But somehow Two and a Half Men endured. Now in 2015, after 12 long years and over 250 episodes, CBS's polarizing sitcom has finally come to an end.