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Two and a Half Men

Series Summary
Chiropractor and single father Alan Harper lives in a beachfront house with divorced Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, who bought the house following the untimely death of Alan's brother, Charlie. As they acclimate to their living arrangement, the tightly wound Alan finds himself taking on a mentor role with Walden, whose lifelong dependence on being taken care of has left him a bit naive. Despite his unsuccessful romantic history, Alan also tries to help Walden overcome his limited experiences with dating. Berta, a sharp-tongued, unapologetic housekeeper, is also featured in the series.

Air Dates: 2003 - 2015

Genres: Sitcom

Network: CBS

  • Season 12, Ep. 16 : Of Course He's Dead -- Part Two Feb 19, 2015

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    Details regarding Charlie Harper are revealed.

  • Season 12, Ep. 15 : Of Course He's Dead -- Part One Feb 19, 2015

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    Details regarding Charlie Harper are revealed.

  • Season 12, Ep. 15 : Of Course He's Dead -- Part One and Part Two Feb 19, 2015

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    Details regarding Charlie Harper are revealed.

  • Season 12, Ep. 14 : Don't Give a Monkey a Gun Feb 12, 2015

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    When their divorce becomes official, Walden offers Alan a gift; Alan's impractical choice strains his relationship with Lyndsey.

  • Season 12, Ep. 13 : Boompa Loved His Hookers Feb 5, 2015

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    Walden worries that ending things with Ms. McMartin will become an issue; when Lyndsey asks Alan to move in with her, he hesitates.

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  • Whether Cryer is all of that in real life, I don't know. But I do know that both he and Sheen seem to have found the perfect sitcom roles in "Men." The show is a hoot. [22 Sept 2003, p.C08] show more

  • Sheen is so entertaining to watch that the series at least earns a 2 1/2-star rating. It also earns one on the basis of its name, which invites the irresistible parallel. show more

  • A show that is sweet without being sappy, sexy without being sophomoric and witty without being nasty...This delight rests on the inspired casting of Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer as brothers tossed together during a family crisis. Their pairing could be the best sitcom partnership since Jack Klugman teamed with Tony Randall on The Odd Couple. [21 Sept 2003, p.4] show more

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