Two And A Half Men - Season 6 [DVD] 
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The complete sixth season of the popular American sitcom. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) is a well-to-do bachelor with a house at the beach, a Jaguar in the garage and an easy way with women. His casual Malibu lifestyle is interrupted when his tightly wound brother, Alan (Jon Cryer), who's facing a divorce, and Alan's son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), come to stay with him. Together, these two and a half men confront the challenges of growing up - finally. This season sees Charlie's wild ways tamed by Chelsea (Jennifer Bini Taylor), while Jake kisses the girl next door, Judith (Marin Hinkle) prepares for having a baby, and Alan starts seeing his receptionist. The episodes comprise: 'Taterhead Is Our Love Child', 'Pie Hole, Herb', 'Damn You, Eggs Benedict', 'The Flavin and the Mavin', 'A Jock Strap in Hell', 'It's Always Nazi Week', 'Best H.O. Money Can Buy', 'Pinocchio's Mouth', 'The Mooch at the Boo', 'He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited', 'The Devil's Lube', 'Thank God for Scoliosis', 'I Think You Offended Don', 'David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie', 'I'd Like to Start With the Cat', 'She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime', 'The 'Ocu' Or the 'Pado'?', 'My Son's Enormous Head', 'The Two Finger Rule', 'Hello, I'm Alan Cousteau', 'Above Exalted Cyclops', 'Sir Lancelot's Litter Box', 'Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth' and 'Baseball Was Better With Steroids'.
In Season 6, a smart, independent brunette named Chelsea may finally have turned party-boy Charlie into a man. The kind of man who brings you tea when you’re sick. Sleeps over at your place, even if he can’t watch ESPN in bed. Or makes the ultimate sacrifice: nukes the nudie pix off his cell phone. And there’s lots more funny that keeps Two and a Half Men the #1 comedy on TV: Jake locks lips with the cute girl next door, the one whose football-star dad is named Mad Dog. Judith prepares for a midlife baby, who may end up looking a lot like Alan. And Alan dates his receptionist, then ends up in bed with her frisky mom. Life’s a beach in Season 6!
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Absouletly hilarious :)
Previous seasons have seen Charlie jumping from bed to bed, and Alan desperately trying to find a replacement for Judith, but this one is more settled, Charlie is more committed to his new fiancée and Alan is just still very desperate. Jake is still stupid, but this is very comical and makes the show enjoyable.
Some of the best episodes include the one where Charlie goes to see his therapist, as she's very funny and has a very dry wit. I also liked the one where Alan goes out with Rose and Chelsea goes mad when Charlie can't sleep in her house.
This has really got back on track, at one point it was so silly, with Candi, and Alan winning at Las Vegas, but now the stories are more believable and funny for it too. The characters are still rather unlikeable, Charlie is still very juvenile, but he's still my favourite of the TAAHM; Alan can be frustrating and you can see why Charlie picked on him as a kid, and Jake does have some great lines in this series, and seems to be just as funny as when he was a young boy starting his career in this show. I do feel though there was scarcely enough of Holland Taylor, who's another one who's got dry wit, and it would have been great if Rose had shown up more often in the show, but her stalking is funny - though disturbing.
There are plenty of cameos too, James Earl Jones being the best one.
These DVDs are not bad, all presented in their original 16:9 framing (why oh why does a certain satellite company crop them is unknown!) and all 24 episodes are here. The extras are all on disk 4 too, which is handy as you can watch all the episodes first and then enjoy the extras later; which consist of a feature on Angus T Jones, who is Jake. It looks at how he's grown up as Jake Harper in the show. There's also a feature about the girls of TAAHM, which looks at all the babes Charlie has got through since episode 1 of season 1, and there's a gag reel. For me this is pretty good, as they have put some effort into them.
The DVDs are all in English and Catalan Spanish - with subtitling in English, Danish, Finish, Norwegian, Catalan Spanish and Swedish.
This is well worth getting, it's very funny and you'll come back to it again and again.
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