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 , but it proved 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 I thought 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