Two and a Half Men (2003 - 2015)

Two and a Half Men


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Two and a Half Men is a comedy about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, money, love and friendship. Walden Schmidt is a lovelorn Internet billionaire with an innocence born out of his lifelong dependence on others to take care of him. After a failed attempt to drown himself in the ocean after his wife kicked him out, a suicidal Walden stumbles into a Malibu beach house, where tightly-wound, twice-divorced chiropractor Alan Harper and his underachieving teenage son, Jake, had been living with Alan's now-deceased brother for the past eight years. With no place to go, Walden buys the house and invites Alan to remain there, saving Alan from having to move in with his narcissistic, emotionally toxic mother, Evelyn. Walden asks Berta, a domineering, unapologetically blue-collar housekeeper who has been working in the household, to stay as well. Despite his unsuccessful history with women, Alan unexpectedly finds himself mentoring Walden, who has severely limited dating experience. While Walden, Alan and Jake adjust to their new living arrangement, they create a surrogate family unit that promises to make each a better man.

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Critics Consensus: Two and a Half Men putters to an unpleasant end that continues to beat the dead Charlie horse while spinning an offensive, homophobic subplot.

2014, CBS, 18 episodes

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2013, CBS, 22 episodes

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2012, CBS, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: Ashton Kutcher proves to be a game replacement for the unceremoniously departed Charlie Sheen, but Two and a Half Men feels exhausted and bitter as it trudges beyond its natural lifespan.

2011, CBS, 24 episodes

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2010, CBS, 16 episodes

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2009, CBS, 22 episodes

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2008, CBS, 24 episodes

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2007, CBS, 19 episodes

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2006, CBS, 24 episodes

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2005, CBS, 24 episodes

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2004, CBS, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: Two and a Half Men's inaugural season rises above its sitcom formula with a rapid-fire clip of bawdy quips as well as the sparky chemistry between stars Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen.

2003, CBS, 24 episodes


Charlie Sheen
as Charlie Harper
Ashton Kutcher
as Walden Schmidt
Jon Cryer
as Alan Harper
Holland Taylor
as Evelyn Harper
Maggie Lawson
as Ms. McMartin
Angus T. Jones
as Jake Harper
Ryan Stiles
as Herb Melnick
Jane Lynch
as Dr. Linda Freeman
James Edson
as Stephan
Kris Iyer
as Dr. Prajneep
Carl Reiner
as Marty Pepper
Meagen Fay
as Martha
Alicia Coppola
as Dr. Michelle Talmadge
Carol Kane
as Judith Harper
Laura Stone
as Danielle
Robert Clotworthy
as Gangster No. 1
Missi Pyle
as Miss Pasternak
Robert Clotworthy
as T.V. Announcer
Ed Forsyth
as Waiter
Steve Tom
as Minister
Sara Erikson
as Bethany
Steve Hynter
as Dr. Schenkman
Tom Virtue
as Minister
Drew Cheetwood
as Male Stripper
Terry Rhoads
as Dr. Andrew Sperlock
Paget Brewster
as Jamie Eckleberry
Sean Penn
as Himself
Bob Morrisey
as Dr. Little
Darryl Sivad
as Cab Driver
Suzanne Whang
as Anesthesiologist
Megan Fox
as Prudence
Richard Lewis
as Stan Beiber
Gigi Rice
as Christina
Sandy Bentley
as Sexy Girl
Stephanie Erb
as Mrs. Schmidt
Andrea Bendewald
as Terry Sholander
Kim Oja
as Betsy
Jason Alexander
as Dr. Goodman
Madison Mason
as Tommy Shaefer
Deena Dill
as Ms. Tuttle
Matthew Jordan
as Louis at 21
Jeff Probst
as Jeff Probst
Layla Crawford
as Little Girl
Gracie Zane
as Volleyball Player #1
Jamie Day
as Annette
Mark Chaet
as Doctor
Steve Shaw
as Rev. Yarnell
Bridget Flanery
as Judith Harper
Ronobir Lahiri
as Dr. Dasgupta
Judith Drake
as Cynthia
Jay Harik
as Cab Driver
Alicia Witt
as Evelyn Harper
Mandy Bentley
as Sexy Girl
June Squibb
as Margaret
Ben Hermes
as Detective
Ciera Foster
as Volleyball Player #2
John Pirruccello
as Police Helicopter Pilot
Jud Taylor
as DeeDee
Justine Eyre
as Gabrielle
Ken Davitian
as Mr. Mardirosian
Elise Robertson
as Second Nurse
J. D. Walsh
as Evelyn Harper
Frances Fisher
as Priscilla Honeycutt
Joel McKinnon Miller
as Officer Wilkenson
Lynda Carter
as Lynda Carter
Jonathan Banks
as Evelyn Harper
Ken Jeong
as Male Nurse
Rob Poynter
as Judith Harper
Dakin Matthews
as Father Shaunassey
George Coe
as Victor
Diane Farr
as Rachel
Ski Carr
as Gonzales
Jon Polito
as Mr. Sharipa
Lillian Adams
as Mrs. Freemantle
as Stephanie
Jessica Lundy
as Sister Mary Francis
Andy Mackenzie
as Ronald Wiedermeier
Erinn Hayes
as Gretchen
Bre Blair
as Rachel
Jamie Hill
as Nicole
Larry Cedar
as Policeman No. 1
Jamie Rose
as Sloane Jagov
Jenn Liu
as Gwyneth
Amy Hill
as Mrs. Wiggins
Scott McShane
as Police Officer #1
Willie Garson
as Dr. Staven
Michael Lowry
as Wes Tosterone
Shon Little
as Cashier
Rico E. Anderson
as M.P. Searle
Shanti Lowry
as Tara/Tanya
Andre Ware
as Officer No. 1
Austin Lee
as Changpu
Jenn Liu
as Gwyneth
Anna Graves
as Flight Attendant
Ken Lerner
as Dr. Levine
Bob Levitan
as Fireman #1
Bruno Amato
as Officer Roberts
Julianne Grossman
as Darlene Wiedermeier
Peter Hulne
as Police Officer #2
Jeff Staron
as Barista
Elle Evans
as Cheyenne
Diane Sellers
as Ms. Gallagher
Bob Rusch
as Referee
Richard V. Licata
as Councilman Stewart
Aja Evans
as Emily
Jim Grollman
as Cashier
Bob Rumnock
as Minister
Kevin Knight
as Cashier
John Burke
as Det. Henry Ketchum
Michael Potter
as Man's Voice
Mikki Padilla
as Bridesmaid #1
Jamal Thomas
as Fireman #2
Marion Ross
as Margaret
Treisa Gary
as Nurse Shelby
Stefan Umstead
as Officer Foster
Clint Culp
as William
Amanda Gallo
as Tiffany
Amira Elliby
as Six-Year-Old Girl
Max Mittelman
as Mechanical Demon
Desi Lydic
as Veronica
Gregg Marx
as Announcer
Alem Brhan
as Sergeant
Jim Meskimen
as Gangster No. 2
Keena Ferguson
as Bridesmaid #2
Cazzy Golomb
as Girl #2
Michael Merton
as Photographer
Richard Whiten
as Sgt. Preston
Tammy Tavares
as Woman #1
Jennifer Keyes
as Bridesmaid #3
Richard F. Whiten
as Sgt. Preston
Jeff Clarke
as Sherman
Daniel Benson
as Teenage Boy
Mia Kelly
as Cindy
Katrina Nelson
as Silent Betty
Annie Mumolo
as Teenage Girl No.1
Jane Carr
as Sharon
Ashley Edner
as Teenage Girl No. 2
Kimberly Brooks
as Computer Voice
Dan Cole
as Clown
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