Ashton Kutcher says watching 'The Bachelorette' with Mila Kunis is 'greatest guilty pleasure'

The actor reveals his viewing ritual for "The Bachelorette" and tells fans what to expect from the new season of his Netflix original show, "The Ranch."
5:23 | 06/21/17

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Transcript for Ashton Kutcher says watching 'The Bachelorette' with Mila Kunis is 'greatest guilty pleasure'
You know, now we got an important guest coming out. Going to bring him out to the table. Very funny. He's talented. He's an actor, he's a producer. He does it all. Starring in the Netflix comedy "The ranch." Please welcome Ashton Kutcher. ??? Welcome to my house ??? Good morning. How are you? Good to see you. How is it going? How are you? Good to see you. What's up? Good. Hi, guys. You know, we -- I had to go on my tippy-toes to hug you. I was all the way up. I was like -- As we often say he's worth the climb. He is worth the climb. You know, we go back. He actually had me come out when he was coaching football in high school. I came out and gave a pep talk to his team. Yeah. What did he say? What was the pep talk. No, you can't repeat it. He just got them fired up. I decided -- I had some free time somehow and I decided that I've always wanted to coach high school football and I had a buddy that was coaching a team so I just went out for a season, I coached the defense of the sophomore team. How did that season go? It was amazing. She's kids like went from their -- junior high, didn't win a game and they went .500 the season I was there. That's huge. It wasn't me. It was them. Come on. But, but I think they just -- I brought, you know, I brought Michael out and a couple other people out and I think it just got in their head that they were winners and I think it's like, half of like being a winner is just having it in your head that you are a winner and -- Amen. And you did that. Thank you. No, they did that. I was there just for the free drinks. But I had water. Gatorade. Gatorade. Sparkling soda. Yeah, exactly. It was great. Can we talk about this, congratulations, it's a fun, fun series that you got going on. Yeah. "The ranch." I'm in love with it. I finished "Two and a half men" and wanted to do something different and sat down with the writers and Danny Masterson my co-star on "The seventies show" and talking about working together again and we wanted to do something that wasn't on TV and when I was a kid, I had the "Roseanne" show and was like in the middle of America in Iowa and it was this family that I could relate to that felt like my family, where they were going through financial troubles and the children weren't treated like gold like they'd beat them up a little bit and -- I just felt like my family and I was looking on TV and there was nothing that represented the way I grew up in like middle of the country, slightly conservative values. You know, hard work, dust, you know, shake it off and so we built this show around that idea that there's a misunderstanding of what the middle of America represents and what those values actually are and I think we're sort of seeing it now since we've made the show and what's happening politically in the world but I think the show is about really connecting those ideas and values and gaining a better understanding of what they are and why they are the way they are and these issues aren't black and white. They're gray all the time? Super timely. Let's take a look at "The ranch," Netflix with Ashton. You don't cook. These hotcakes and sausages beg to differ. Oh, are you doing that thing where you run to McDonald's and pretend to cook tore me? No. I love the accent. You love working with your friends on Danny Masterson on this with you. Boomer Valderrama, Debra -- It's like "The seventies show". Are we going to see your wife? There will be other "70" show folks that will probably show up in the future. I think that's a very definite maybe. There are definitely other people from "70s" we'll see. Speaking of your wife you guys are mad "Bachelorette" fans. I'm so happy "Paradise" is back. I'm telling you, I was worried. I was concerned -- this is like our greatest guilty pleasure of all time like we sit down, Monday night is like religion in our house and in fact I haven't watched this week because I was here and she was's there and we're saving it because this is our thing. It's unbelievable this show. U.S. Like the greatest social experiment of all time. We turn the volume off and we like watch the one-on-one date and she does the voice of the girl and I do the voice of the guy. That is a show. That's a show. It's literally are you going to eat the chicken. No, are you -- do you ever notice they never eat on that show? Nobody eat. They do drink. That's why they look the way they do. Boy, they drink. I love your excitement for that. Your excitement for that can the same excitement people should have for season three of "The ranch" streaming now on knenetflix.

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