Two and a Half Men

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Thursday 8:30 PM on CBS Premiered Sep 22, 2003 In Season

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Season 11 : Episode 20

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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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  • Best

    10
    This is the best show ever, it only gets better. It's like the writers don't know how to make it bad. I gotta say, AMAZING!!!
  • These are my first Skechers

    6.5
    the new series gets worse and worse! And, stop adding new characters to the show. You are only making it worse. What happened to the writers and directors?? I can't take Ashton anymore! The show is completely boring now. I watch the old Two and a Half Men reruns. Now those were really funny. Charlie Sheen made the show.
  • What have they done to my show?

    1.0
    Is this how the writers feel after all? Unconected and sexual frustrated? I loved the show when the extrem relationships between the characters were the main subject of every episode. I loved the chemistry between Charly, Allan and their Mother. Allans exwifes had allways suported the fun factor like Jake has allways done. But now after they are all removed or has been transformed into a kind of uncolored negative I feel frustrated too. Why? Why is Judith, Herb, Kandi and Jake no longer in? And Alan, Rose and Evelyn are not Alan, Rose and Evelyn anymore. And the lesbian? What the ... is so funny watching a medium atractive fatty doing "her thing"? It's a tragedy. It's horrible to watch.moreless
  • Enough stupidy

    1.0
    why are they only relying on sexual innuendos to get them thru a episode. and, when is Walden going to get rid of all those free-loaders. john cryer's character has become a pathetic character. now it's a show that you watch "on demand" when you have nothing else to watch and 30 minutes to waste.
  • Please let a dying dog lie

    1.0
    Totally ruined the show completely. They should have ended it when they let Charlie go. The rest of them should be ashamed having to lower themselves to this standard. Shame on them all... the actors, the writers and CBS network. It's not funny what so ever and it is down right Gross in parts.

    I was watching some old reruns of the show from the beginning and it was very good writing. I really like the wit. Then to see it today with Ashton Kutcher... it is really bad.

    I don't get it. Why is it still on?moreless
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    Sitcoms, parents and children, odd couple, dysfuntional families, divorce