Critic Consensus: Anger Management is aggressively so-so, with thin characters and a few groan-worthy gags for every good one.
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Charlie Goodson (Charlie Sheen) is a ballplayer-turned-therapist specializing in anger issues who also battles them himself. The first series finds him treating a group of regulars on a weekly basis, counseling prison inmates pro bono and of course dealing with some complicated relationships. Charlie's own therapist is his best friend Kate (Selma Blair), who's also his lover; his ex-wife Jennifer (Shawnee Smith) still plays a major role in his life; and their teenage daughter Sam (Daniela… More
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It's not raunchy enough. It's not gritty enough. It's not Sheen enough.
If there's any excitement surrounding "Anger Management," the Tiger's blood is in those details, not in the show itself.
The dialogue is so weak, the characters so thin, and Sheen's performance so uncommitted that Anger Management sleepwalks across the screen.
The jokes tend to be ribald, of course. And the situations exaggerated.
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