The Ghost Of Charlie Harper Pays Alan A Visit

The latest episode of " Two And A Half Men " (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on CBS) resurrected Charlie Sheen 's character, the late Charlie Harper. Hopped up on morphine after a mild heart attack, Alan ( Jon Cryer ) had a vision of his brother Charlie who'd come back from hell just to abuse him some more. But there was no on-screen reunion between Sheen and Cryer: Charlie's ghost was instead played by a cigar-chomping Kathy Bates . Complete with signature bowling shirt. The episode didn't sit well with critics. Entertainment Weekly hoped that Bates had some laughs on the set , because there were none on screen. And USA Today asked the writers to give Alan a little more dignity next season. "Two And A Half Men" continues on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS . TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

Two and a Half Men “Why We Gave Up Women” Season 9 Episode 22

Two and a Half Men  “Why We Gave Up Women” Season 9  Episode 22  airs Monday April 30 (9:00-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: After Alan suffers a minor heart attack, Charlie’s ghost pays a visit to his hospital bedside, on TWO AND A HALF MEN , Monday, April 30 (9:00-9:31 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Academy Award winner Kathy Bates guest stars as Charlie. Read More...  

'Two and a Half Men': Ashton Kutcher contract talks 'will get done' and deal could be announced soon

It sure is looking like there's going to be a Season 2 for Ashton Kutcher on "Two and a Half Men." Deadline is reporting that, according to a source, contract talks between Kutcher and CBS are "moving in the right direction and will get done." The source adds that no one "is concerned that the deal would be derailed."The publication also adds that Kutcher's new deal and the series renewal could be announced within a few weeks. Considering the CBS Upfronts are just about a month away, this timetable makes sense.Kutcher's addition to the long-running comedy has worked out well for CBS. The show is currently averaging 15.6 million viewers for the 2011-12 season. This puts the program at the 11th spot, and it's the second-highest-rated comedy behind "The Big Bang Theory." That said, Monday's (April 9) episode had just 10.4 million viewers, its lowest total since May 2007....