'Two and a Half Men': 'Diggity'?

It’s Monday night…you know what that means. Time for the Internet to weigh in on Ashton Kutcher’s fourth go-round onTwo and a Half Men. Many deride it, but it’s quickly becoming thelittle big show that could. While there was a drop off from the previous week, over 17 million viewers (!) tuned in last Monday. The numbers don’t lie. For whatever reason — Love of the show? Shirtless Kutcher? Morbid curiosity? — people are still watching.

This week’s episode centered on the continuing romantic woes of Kutcher’s helpless billionaire character, Walden. I think my favorite part of the show this season may be that we’re expected to believe Walden can’t get a girlfriend. Sure, he’s in love with his soon-to-be ex-wife, but even Berta got some (from the nine-fingered man) this episode. Stay classy, Two and a Half Men. Realism fail: When Cryer’s having sexytimes upstairs and Kutcher is sad on the couch down below, something doesn’t compute. How is everyone in that house getting laid except for Kutcher’s Walden? Read More...



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