Two and a Half Men

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Thursday 9:00 PM on CBS Premiered Sep 22, 2003 Returning October 30, 2014

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AIRED ON 5/8/2014

Season 11 : Episode 22

Show Summary

Charlie is a well-to-do jingle-writing bachelor with a house at the beach in Malibu, a luxury car in the garage, and an easy way with women. His casual lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound chiropractor brother Alan, who's facing a divorce, and his son Jake, come to live with him. Together, these two and a half men confront the challenges of growing up. Complicating matters are the brothers' self-obsessed, controlling mother, Evelyn, Alan's estranged wife, Judith, and Charlie's crazy neighbor Rose, who wants to be a part of his life and is willing to do anything to be around.

After season 8, Charlie was killed off and replaced by a wealthy bachelor named Walden who befriends Alan, buys Charlie's home, and lets Alan continue to live there.


Known in Germany as Mein cooler Onkel Charlie (My Cool Uncle Charlie).
Known in France as Mon oncle Charlie (My Uncle Charlie).
Known in Italy as Due uomini e mezzo, an exact translation.
Known in Finland as Miehen puolikkaat (Man Halves).
Known in Sweden as 2 1/2 m�n.

Known in Croatia as '' Dva i pol muškarca''

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  • Still Hilarious

    9.5
    This show has proven that it doesn't need the original star of the show to still be hilarious. When I found out Charlie Sheen was being replaced by Ashton Kutcher, I thought it would go downhill. But I'm loving it now! The writing is still hilarious and fresh in each episode, I find it really amusing how a completely new stranger bought the house after they killed off Charlie and Allen is still living there LOLmoreless
  • Show Went Bad

    1.0
    Total garbage show. There is nothing left In this show that is appealing kisses, cheating, sex, foul language won't cut it. The product life cycles of this show is over. They should immediately take it off the air. Substance is missing. Content is not there. The writers and directors have lost it. They don't have any stories left to tell. Please let it go.

  • Clearly, this show belonged to Charlie Sheen

    4.5
    That's why it died after he left.
  • This Show Ran Much Too Long

    4.0
    At first, it was funny. A man who got thrown out of his house, had nowhere to go, and had to raise his kid around an uncle who brought different girls home every night, and was drunk a lot of the time. Much as the show progressed, and especially when charlie died, I stopped understanding the point. It is one thing for someone to mooch off their brother for years, but mooching off a stranger? C'mon Alan. It's time to get a life buddy.moreless
  • The original show died with "Charlie Harper"

    7.0
    Season 11 with Amber Tamblyn was some what okay but otherwise much of it's comedy was over by season 7 and it stopped being funnier in season 8 and died with Charlie Harper. Cryer is a good actor and so is Kutcher but Charlie Sheen was the "soul" of this show but even in his presence season 8 was dull. I think they over dragged the show. Season 7 should have been its "finale" with Charlie marrying Chelsea and Alan moving out either as gay with Herb or as straight with Judith or whatever end for him after all the show was never about "Alan Harper". I'll rate it 7 for the first 7 great seasons.moreless
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    Also, don't hold your breath for a back-from-the-dead visit from Charlie Harper.

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    Comedy

    Themes

    Sitcoms, parents and children, odd couple, dysfuntional families, divorce