Two and a Half Men 11 Seasons 2003

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Season 1
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1. Pilot PARENTAL_GUIDANCE

Commercial jingle writer Charlie Harper is wealthy bachelor with house at beach, Jaguar in garage & easy way with women. But his Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his uptight chiropractor brother, arrives unexpectedly with Alan's 10-year-old son, Jake.

Starring:
Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Runtime:
22 minutes

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Pilot

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot Commercial jingle writer Charlie Harper is wealthy bachelor with house at beach, Jaguar in garage & easy way with women. But his Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his uptight chiropractor brother, arrives unexpectedly with Alan's 10-year-old son, Jake.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 22min 2003
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    2. Big Flappy Bastards Unsure how to properly discipline Jake, Charlie ignores him after child "forgets" to stop feeding seagulls & leaves door open. As result, the gaggle of birds enters house. Meanwhile, Alan gets surprise from Judith when he goes home to fix her sprinklers.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    3. Go East on Sunset Until You Reach the Gates of Hell When Alan's attempt to provide Jake with a fun-filled father /son weekend backfires, Charlie tries to console his brother by taking him to a local bar and getting Alan totally inebriated.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    4. If I Can't Write My Chocolate Song, I'm Going to Take a Nap Charlie's longtime cleaning lady, Berta, quits her job, and Charlie quickly realizes he can't function without her. When Alan tries to take Berta's place but doesn't succeed, Charlie sends him to lure her back.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    5. Last Thing You Want is to Wind Up with a Hump After drunken night in Las Vegas, Charlie reluctantly attends 1 of Jake's soccer games. But Alan & Charlie soon discover advantages of going to these matches. Players' mothers are quite attractive, & Charlie makes date with particularly sexy soccer mom.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 18min 2003
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    6. Did You Check with the Captain of the Flying Monkeys? Charlie rethinks the way he treats women when he, Alan and Jake are forced to cheer up a pitiful Evelyn after her serious new boyfriend terminates their relationship. Meanwhile, Charlie teaches Jake some valuable lessons about screening calls from women.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2003
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    7. If They Do Go Either Way They're Usually Fake Charlie's beautiful friend Cindy frequently showers at Charlie's house after surfing. When Jake sees a butterfly tattoo on Cindy's partially nude behind and later draws a picture of it in his classroom, Judith gets angry and goes to talk with Alan.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    8. Twenty-Five Little Pre-Pubers Without a Snoot-Ful When Alan & Judith argue during a rehearsal of a play that Jake & his classmates are rehearsing, Charlie is forced to handle a roomful of fourth graders alone. The kids think Charlie is a loser until they realize he wrote the "Maple Loops" cereal jingle.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 19min 2003
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    9. Phase One, Complete Charlie likes his sweet new girlfriend, Wendy, but he becomes concerned when Jake forms a strong friendship with her. When Wendy charms Evelyn as well, Charlie worries that Wendy is expecting more from the relationship than he is and ends it.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    10. Merry Thanksgiving When Charlie finds out that his favorite former girlfriend, Lisa, is getting married, he desperately tries to prove to her that he has become a better family man than her fiancé, despite his inability to commit to her.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2003
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    11. Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor Charlie and Jake convince Alan to get a makeover when it appears Judith is moving forward since the breakup, sporting a new hairdo and new date. Alan realizes he may truly be in need of a change when his own son tells him he doesn't look cool.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2003
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    12. Camel Filters and Pheremones When Charlie's cleaning woman, Berta, brings her sexy and rebellious 16- year-old daughter, Prudence, to Charlie's house, Jake develops a childish infatuation with her--and Charlie and Alan try to restrain their interest in the flirtatious minor as well.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2004
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    13. Sarah Like Puny Alan Alan worries that Charlie will become infected with Jake's contagious cold; however, Alan gets sick instead. Jake heals, and Charlie is fine. Desperate to get a date with a sexy woman, Charlie volunteers a very reluctant Alan to escort the woman's...

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2004
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    14. I Can't Afford Hyenas When Charlie learns that his credit rating is ruined & his debts are all overdue, he discovers that his accountant, Stan, is completely inept. At Alan's urging, Charlie tries to reduce his spending habits, but he has difficult time giving up his luxuries.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2004
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    15. Round One to the Hot Crazy Chick Charlie and Alan find Frankie (recurring guest star JENNA ELFMAN - "Dharma & Greg," "Looney Tunes: Back in Action") a sexy but seemingly crazy woman, hitting a car with a baseball bat. Despite Alan's warnings, Charlie becomes totally infatuated with her.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    16. That Was Saliva, Alan Frankie, the beautiful and intriguing lady whom Charlie and Alan brought home after finding her bashing her therapist's car with a baseball bat, explains why she's in hiding with her 8-year-old daughter, Joanie.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    17. Ate the Hamburgers, Wearing the Hats Alan offends Charlie by choosing their crazy cousins as Jake's guardians if he & Judith were to die. Later, Alan does some errands & leaves Jake with Charlie, who's still sulking over Alan's will. As the two play basketball, Jake falls, hitting his head.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2004
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    18. An Old Flame With a New Wick Charlie agrees to meet with a former girlfriend who ended their relationship years earlier, leaving Charlie devastated. But Charlie's in for a huge surprise when he discovers that she is now a he, and he, Bill, wants to be Charlie's friend.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    19. I Remember the Coat Room, I Just Don't Remember You Judith's sinister-but-sexy sister, Liz, plans to attend Jake's 11th birthday party. Alan asks Charlie--who had sex with Liz in the coatroom at Judith and Alan's wedding--to behave. But when Liz arrives, she ignores Charlie and flirts with Alan instead.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 19min 2004
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    20. Hey, I Can Pee Outside in the Dark Jake becomes brooding musician when he continuously plays "Smoke on the Water" on his guitar with ever- present grumpy attitude. In order to cheer him up, Alan tries father/son chat, Charlie offers jam session & Berta just thinks the kid is constipated.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    21. No Sniffing, No Wowing Alan takes Charlie to meet with his sexy and determined divorce attorney, Laura (HEATHER LOCKLEAR - "Spin City," "Melrose Place"), after Judith expresses concern that Charlie is a bad influence on Jake. Charlie and Laura begin a sexual relationship.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    22. My Doctor Has a Cow Puppet Alan succumbs to Judith's demand that they take Jake to therapy every week because "it's what all the other divorced parents are doing," but he doesn't realize that he, too, is having issues with sleepwalking.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 20min 2004
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    23. Just Like Buffalo When Jake imitates one of Charlie's sexist remarks in front of Judith's support group, the women decide that Charlie's home is an unfit environment for the child. With the women's approval, Judith agrees to let Alan see Jake on weekends...

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004
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    24. Can You Feel My Finger? One of Charlie's many women fears she's pregnant, and Charlie is relieved when the lady finds out she's not. When Alan realizes that this is not Charlie's first pregnancy scare, he suggests a permanent solution for Charlie--a vasectomy.

    PARENTAL_GUIDANCE 21min 2004

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director James Burrows
Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Supporting actors Angus T. Jones, Conchata Ferrell, Holland Taylor
Season year 2004
Network Warner Bros.
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Studstrup on 2 May 2009
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It's about two brothers Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer, who we first saw together in Hot Shots. Sheen is a bachelor and a player who has no resposnsibilities what so ever, sleep with beautiful women and has a a female stalker. Then his brother (Cryer) gets a divorce and moves in with Sheen and on weekends Cryers son Jake (Angus T. Jones) lives with them. Easy to say Sheens lifestyle influence Jake who looks up to his uncle. And that bothers cryes ex-wife. On top of that they have to deal with their mother, extremely funny played by Holland Taylor.

What I like about this show is that their is no moral lessons, they swear alot and the women are gorgeous and pretty much only their as eye-candy while Sheen, Cryer and Jones delivers all the funny lines.

The funniest show in many, many years.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Kirsty Bell on 14 Nov 2005
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Being a fan of Charlie Sheen I was pretty damn excited when I found out about this show, I thought it'd be great, hilarious, basically just plain amazing. And to tell you the truth, I'm yet to be disapointed. Charlie Sheen (Platoon, Wall Street) plays (yeah, you guessed it) a guy called Charlie Harper, a womanising, big drinking, jingle writer. His brother, Alan, is played by the very funny Jon Cryer (Pretty In Pink). The pair have brilliant chemistry on screen and they seem to feed off one another. It's good seeing them reunited again after "Hot Shots!". The scenes with Jake (Angus T. Jones) are probably the best though. He is one funny kid. I've seen all of the first series and most of the second. But I'm glad it's finally out on DVD because it's one of those shows where you won't get bored watching the episodes again and again. Particularly funny episodes to look out for in the first series are: "Merry Thanksgiving"; "An Old Flame With A New Wick"; and "I Remember The Coatroom, I Just Don't Remember You". But, in truth, all of the episodes are very, very funny. The boxset is a total must have for any Charlie Sheen fan, or even anyone who likes some good one-liner comedy. Go Buy It! :)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Split-Pea Soup on 1 Dec 2009
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I bought the first season on a whim after reading positive reviews about it here. Honestly it is the best sitcom I have seen in ages, probably since Frasier/Seinfeld. My wife and I both love it. There are laughs a plenty, the actors all have excellent chemistry on stage, the story line is engaging, interesting an the one liners will have you laughing out loud. Charlie Sheen is brilliant, bringing a rare and subtle humor to the table, and his co-stars complement him well on stage. The humor is definitely adult oriented, playing heavily on Charlie's lusty appetites and drunken debauchery, so not exactly for young kids :)

We have really enjoyed watching this after stressful days at work becauase it never fails to cheer you up! We have already and watched all seasons and all are just as good as the first one, some even better.

No regrets on the purchase of this series. A recomendation to buy. If you don't like it, it has a high ebay resale value because it is so popular. You can't go wrong with this series!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By María José García Ferrer on 12 April 2008
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My daughter and I have seen the first three series and have loved every single episode. I would be unable to say which of the three main characters is the funniest. One cannot help loving Alan in a protective way: he is such a loser and such a control-freak and put-upon by his ex-wife to cap it all. Charlie is great with his boyish charm and cheeky sex-appeal. And what can we say about Jake? We love him but would not want him as a son...
The secondary characters are magnificent too: especially the wicked mother and Rose, the sweet but crazy stalker-neighbour
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kuma on 20 Nov 2006
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"Two and a Half Men", is a real breath of fresh air in the world of sitcoms. It has what a lot of sitcoms have lost, a sense of fun and a balanced use of lead characters, meaning that the show is the real winner...this is no mean acheivement given that Charlie Sheen is by far and away the big name star, which should make the show a vehicle for his comedy, but instead Sheen acts as the perfect foil to the neurotic intensity that John Cryer brings to playing Charlie's brother Alan.

The show also makes great strides in the area of family comedy, most series such as Frasier or Friends side step the issue of divorce or use it as a back drop to other activity. Two and a half men is brave enough to take the topic on and do so in a non-condescending way, which gives fresh life to the staple characters of family comedy, the child, the mother-in-law and the wife...

The first series is an excellent introduction to the world of Two and a Half Men and still stands up to re-watching even after the successive series are watched. The only reason I gave it four stars was because I prefer the second series which is a lot more daring and unconventional, but if you love comedy you'll buy them both...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By colinc on 31 May 2014
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This is a very good box set with plenty of humour that is a laugh a minute. Excellent acting and timing makes this set a very good viewing experience
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Klonowski on 22 April 2014
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Arguably the greatest sitcom America has ever produced. Maybe Friends could rival it, but for me this is the best. See the first season of this great sitcom.
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