Critic 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.
Two and a Half Men: Season 1 Photos
Tv Season Info
as Charlie Harper
as Alan Harper
as Jake Harper
as Evelyn Harper
as Judith Harper
as Dr. Andrew Sperlock
as Cab Driver
as Stan Beiber
as Dr. Prajneep
as Tommy Shaefer
as Ms. Tuttle
as Second Nurse
as Dr. Linda Freeman
I'm cheerfully offering Thumbs Up, because I can't wipe this silly smile off my face.
Two and a Half Men isn't a great sitcom. But it's a solid, well-acted and occasionally funny one - and this season, that puts it ahead of the largely disappointing pack.
The steady decline in new comedies comes to a blessed halt Monday with CBS' Two and a Half Men, a show that is sweet without being sappy, sexy without being sophomoric and witty without being nasty.
It's professional and competent, but not inspired. Call it Good Enough TV.
Two and a Half Men, has modest goals, but it achieves them confidently and without embarrassment or insult to the viewer.
Audience Reviews for Two and a Half Men: Season 1
Discuss Two and a Half Men on our TV talk forum!