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Join the comedy of this fifth season of Two And A Half Men which opens with Jake getting ready to start a new school as he advances to junior high. Alan and Charlie take him school shopping and find themselves in trouble. The comedy continues in this lovable comedy TV series starring Charlie Sheen.
Now firmly established as one of America’s favourite comedy series, it’s tricky not to fall for the charms of Two And A Half Men, as it confidently hits its fifth season. At heart, it’s the story of two brothers. On one hand, there’s Jon Cryer’s Alan, who it’s fair to say is the calmer and more sensible of the two. Then there’s Charlie Sheen as, naturally, Charlie, who doesn’t have that many cares in his life, and is a natural born womaniser.
Season five of Two And A Half Men includes the 100th episode of the show, but there are many other highlights too. Season five includes Alan persuading Charlie that the women they date need to be more respectable, Charlie trying to entertain a four-year old, Alan’s attempts to steal Charlie’s girlfriend and then Charlie also seeking relationship advice.
It’s a fairly conventional mix of plotlines, granted, but Two And A Half Men mines many laughs from them. It helps that Sheen and Cryer are a really good double act, and aided by a supporting cast that includes Angus T Jones and Conchata Ferrell (along with a few surprise guest appearances), the show is hard to resist. Five seasons on, its popularity and quality shows little sign of dropping, and it’s a comedy you can consistently rely on to generate chuckles. --Jon FosterSee all Product description
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The main example of this is the changing relationship between Jake and Alan. Jake has entered his moody teenager phase and while this is well handled so as not to irritate, it does serve to freshen up the material and also help create new situations for the comedy. It also changes Alan as a character, especially as he starts to seek approval from Charlie as his relationship with Jake changes, this produces classic episodes in "kinda like necrophilia" and "the leather gear is in the guest room". Another bonus is that some of the irritating features of the fourth series such as Charlie's tiredness and getting old are lost in favour of more subtle crafted comedy in which Charlie's shortfalls are handled with a really funny episode in "shoes, hats and pickle jar lids".
As ever there are some good guest appearances with this season featuring, Jenny McCarthy, Christina Moore, and Richard Kind. If you are a fan of the earlier seasons especially 2 and 3, you will be a fan of this series.
However, all that said, season 5 of Two and a Half Men(TAAHM) is still a million times better than 99% of all the other sterile, facile and politically correct sitcoms currently doing the rounds. Plus there's something to be said for the old quote, 'If it's not broke don't fix it.'
If I want characters to evolve or if I want long winded story arcs that go on for ever I'll watch any number of dramas eg West Wing and so on. But with TAAHM the show continues to do 'exactly what it says on the tin.'
I remain perfectly happy to dip into the lives of my three favourite bachelors from time to time and with season 5 I was thrilled to find them in much the same vein as they started.
Much like an aging prizefighter, it may not be as quick as it once once, but it remains undefeated and still has a trick or two up it's sleeve.
Still the best sitcom around. Can't wait for season 6.
It is suitable for most viewers maybe not so very young but mostly good fun for all.