Two and a Half Men: Season 11 (2013 - 2014)

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Season 11
Two and a Half Men

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Critic Ratings: 1

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User Ratings: 115
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Episodes

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Air date: Sep 26, 2013
2
Air date: Oct 3, 2013
3
Air date: Oct 10, 2013
4
Air date: Oct 17, 2013
5
Air date: Oct 24, 2013
6
Air date: Nov 7, 2013
7
Air date: Nov 14, 2013
8
Air date: Nov 21, 2013
9
Air date: Dec 5, 2013
10
Air date: Dec 12, 2013
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The sitcom's 11th series is the first without Angus T. Jones as Jake, but the Harper gene pool is a deep one as Amber Tamblyn joins the cast as Jenny, Charlie's long-lost, out-of-wedlock daughter who shares her late father's love for alcohol—and women. An aspiring actor, Jenny quickly bonds with Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and her uncle, Alan (Jon Cryer), and eventually moves into the beach house. In other developments, Alan and Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) embark on a sex-only relationship until she starts dating Larry (D.B. Sweeney) and Alan falls for Larry's sister, Gretchen (Kimberly Williams-Paisley); Walden helps a former employee (Odette Annable) with her software start-up; Berta (Conchata Ferrell) mulls retirement; and Evelyn (Holland Taylor) gets ready to tie the knot with Marty (Carl Reiner). Guest stars include Lynda Carter, Garry Marshall, Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway, Marion Ross, Mila Kunis, Diedrich Bader, Jane Lynch, Clark Duke, Paula Marshall, Diane Farr and Brad Paisley.

Cast

Ashton Kutcher
as Walden Schmidt
Jon Cryer
as Alan Harper
Angus T. Jones
as Jake Harper
Holland Taylor
as Evelyn Harper
Marin Hinkle
as Judith Harper
Ryan Stiles
as Herb Melnick
Jane Lynch
as Dr. Freeman
Diane Farr
as Rachel
Ken Davitian
as Mr. Mardirosian
Lynda Carter
as Lynda Carter
Shanti Lowry
as Tara/Tanya
Elle Evans
as Cheyenne
Marion Ross
as Margaret
Tammy Tavares
as Woman #1
Jim Marshall
as Movie Manager
Kimberly Brooks
as Computer Voice
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Critic Reviews for Two and a Half Men Season 11

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (0)

It wasn't the best episode of Men in a while... but it had a couple of laughs.

Nov 15, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Two and a Half Men: Season 11

  • Sep 11, 2019
    After the mediocrity of seasons nine and ten, Two and a Half Men somehow manages to get worse by shoehorning in a part of Charlie Harper in the most abysmal way.
  • Jun 26, 2019
    all these seasons are so bad so pathetic
  • Apr 26, 2019
    (all seasons) You can tell by watching Season 1 why this was a hit: a catchy premise, great cast and snappy dialogue contributing to a very enjoyable laugh-fest characterized by remarkable consistency. Even more remarkably, the above goes on for a whopping 8 seasons. Yet, things take an unfortunate turn for the worse after that, ranging - occasional refreshing glimpses aside - from the average yet watchable to the completely formulaic and below-par, and culminating with the ill-advised "meta" finale. Winning?
  • Aug 28, 2017
    watched it while falling asleep. the first time i watched it when it came out is when i quit the show part way thru this season. the writing is abysmal (0.5 viewings)
  • May 26, 2014
    Necesita terminar, el personaje de alan harper es la peor basura que han escrito para la TV EVER
  • May 24, 2014
    Season 11 of CBS's Two and a Half Men, otherwise known as season 3 of Ashton, is a little better than his last season, with significant help from newcomer Tamblyn as former star Charlie's daughter. While the jokes are now cheesier with more clichéd characters, they are still fairly enjoyable, the performances ok, but great from Tamblyn, and the plot progression through the season pretty good.
  • May 23, 2014
    Still both raunchy and brilliant, the tone of the show has definitely changed with the absence of Charlie Harper. Life goes on in the Harper/Schmidt residence. I particularly enjoy the hilarious arc between Alan and Lindsey.
  • Apr 08, 2014
    Charlie Sheen and Angus T. Jones were the soul of the show. Now all we're left with is Alan( i am not saying he is not funny but he doesn't come close to Charlie) and Walden. I am gonna put it the way charlie sheen does: "I'm tired of pretending that Ashton doesn't suck".
  • Mar 06, 2014
    They should have just ended with the Charlie the same year he started losing it, rather than firing him.
  • Feb 27, 2014
    Just end it already!

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