In this Monday, April 6, 2015 photo, American actor, director and film producer Jon Cryer poses for a portrait in promotion of his new memoir "So That Happened," in New York. (Photo by Dan Hallman/Invision/AP)
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Fans of "Pretty in Pink" may be surprised to learn that Jon Cryer's character, Ducky, was supposed to get the girl.Associated Press: You write that you didn't bond with Ringwald and McCarthy while filming "Pretty and Pink".Cryer: I did reread that portion of the book recently because a couple people had mentioned it and said, 'Oh, it sounds like they were mean to you'. AP: What was your intention when writing about Charlie Sheen? AP: At the end of the book you thank Ashton Kutcher for teaching you about fearlessness.Cryer: Because when he first started the show it was the highest profile cast replacement that I'd ever seen. AP: What did you learn about yourself from the process of writing this book?
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