It’s 28 days after Alan’s break from reality, and he is ready to leave the hospital, a new man. Well, actually, an old man – he’s lost his ‘Charlie’ persona and is back to being good old Alan, the ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2011/11/ more
Attaboy, Clarence. Last night's Two and a Half Men took us on a whirlwind trip through Alan's lucid loony bin dreams, giving us a peek at what life could be like if Alan took a few wrong turns. It was kind of like It's A Wonderful Life , more
So I definitely had a sneaking suspicion throughout Two and a Half Men that it was all a looney bin dream for Alan, but man it as fun watching the guy's life slowly collapse.
I'm not sure exactly where my realization first hit me. At first more
It's 28 days after being checked into the mental hospital and Alan is going home, but not before roommate Gary Busey gives him a hug and says "I love you."
Jake picks up Alan and drops the first bomb: Megan is pregnant. She's not showing, because she's more
Deus ex machina is a Latin term that translates into English as "Jump the Shark." Actually that's not true, but it might as well when you're talking about Monday's (Nov. 14) episode of "Two and a Half Men."When we left off, Alan (Jon Cryer) checked into a more