Ashton Kutcher has come a long way from his days of playing the hilarious Michael Kelso on That 70's Show.
At one point, he was married to Demi Moore, but he moved on to Mila Kunis, and the pair have been married for almost two years.
Accepting the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award on Sunday night, Kutcher had only positive things to say about Kunis, who apparently challenges his character often.
Kutcher dedicated the award to his wife, saying she "kicks my a** on character every day."
In fact, she was even grilling him for some of his actions earlier that day.
"I thought I was awesome because I got up early and helped with the kids before she woke up and I let her sleep a little bit," he shared.
"Then she's like, 'Well, now you're gonna act tired? I do it every day.' But it was a character moment, right? Because she's right!"
Also, the praise he was directing at his wife, Kutcher also took some time to let the world know he was very fond of his kids.
He and Kunis have a 2-year-old daughter named Wyatt and a 4-month-old son named Dimitri.
"When my wife and I had these kids, and we got to share that amazing, amazing, amazing honor, my first response was, I wanted to call my parents and say, 'I'm sorry, because I never knew how much you loved me,'" he recalled.
As is always the case with Ashton, he had no qualms about poking fun at the past.
In this instance, he found it ironic that he had his "name splashed across every gossip magazine as an adulterer, like, five years ago."
This was in response to his divorce from Demi Moore, which caused outrage when there were claims Kutcher was cheating on her.
"Character comes out when those magazines tear you apart for something you may or may not have done, and you gotta go out and perform tomorrow, with everyone looking at you like you might be an adulterer," he told the crowd.
"I had the great fortune of getting a divorce because I felt the impact of it and how much loss is in there and how much love is in there and that its not neat or clean or messy. And I understood finally my parents' divorce in a whole different way."
It was a decent speech, and it definitely showed off that his character is important to him.
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