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For the most part, I wish the writers would stop continuing to focus on Charlie's character on Two and a Half Men , but I actually enjoyed this epis more
You know how sometimes, you’re so looking forward to watching a TV show, and you almost feel sick with excitement, ‘cause you’re so hyped to see what they’ll do, so you have to lie down and deep br... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2011/11/ more
Sing it with me, folks: "Mennnnnnnn." Because if tonight's episode taught me anything it's that life's most pressing problems, whether they lead to a complete Charlie Sheen-related mental breakdown or a particularly crappy installment of Two an more
This week's Two and a Half Men continued the refreshing trend of last week of really taking advantage of its half man. Jake, along with his father, finally explored their feelings over the loss of their respective uncle and brother. It was actually more
For as much as Chuck Lorre seems to hate Charlie Sheen, the "Two and a Half Men" producer can't seem to get over him...even after they've killed him off.[Spoiler Alert]Monday's (Nov. 7) episode of the CBS comedy focused on Alan (Jon Cryer) attempting to c more