'Family Guy' season 14 spoilers: Ashton Kutcher teased for his 'ridiculous' guest role

Ashton Kutcher is off to Quahog, Rhode Island to appear in the hit comedy show "Family Guy."

The "Two and a Half Men" actor will be a guest star in the 14th season of the "Family Guy." The actor will lend his voice to the comedy series, but no further details were given about what his character will do in the show.

According to the show's producer, Steve Callaghan, Kutcher will guest star as himself, but in a live-action short. "We wrote him some of the most ridiculous dialogue," Callaghan said during his interview with Entertainment Weekly. "He just couldn't have been a nicer guy or a better sport about it," the producer said when asked about how Kutcher took the role.

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Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher's wife, is already playing as Meg Griffin, and fans are wondering if the two will interact during the episode where Kutcher will appear. So far, the producer has not said any confirmation about this possibility.

Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly confirmed that the other guest stars in this upcoming season of the "Family Guy" are Margaret Cho, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, John Mellancamp, Ed O'Neill, Kathryn Hahn, Jeff Garlin, and Kyle Chandler. According to the report, the producer said that Mellancamp will sing an original song in the season's premiere episode. Callaghan also said that O'Neill will be voicing Joe's father. "[O'Neill]'s a lot of fun to work with and that turned out to be a great episode. I wouldn't be surprised if we come back to him, too," the producer added.

The Hollywood Reporter also said that Peter Griffin's sister will be seen this season. His sister, who is a professional wrestler named "Heavy Flow," will be voiced by "Saturday Night Live" actress Kate McKinnon, as revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con last July.

"Family Guy" season 14 will premiere this Sunday, Sept. 27, on Fox.

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