Jolly good, then. I must say, I found last night's installment of Two and a Half Ridiculous Manchildren to be far more watchable than its predecessors. Why, you may ask? Simple -- Walden took the reins, while Alan was demoted to a background, Greek Chorus sort of role with Jake. After nine long seasons, Alan's woe-is-me shtick has become extremely grating and often painfully unfunny, while Ashton Kutcher's Walden has managed to breathe some life into Charlie Sheen's corpse of a show. Get a job, man.
If you can remember as far back as two weeks ago, and Lord knows I can't, then you know that Walden went on a date with a hot British woman named Zoey. It went horribly, horribly wrong, as Walden was still in love with his ex-wife, Bridget. Well, one measly week later, Walden was officially ready to move on. He brought his divorce papers to a cafe, so that he could sign them in front of Zoey. A totally normal thing to do on a second date. He had issues securing a pen, but all was resolved when he offered $100 to the restaurant patron with the finest ballpoint. Read More...http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/two-and-a-half-men-season-9-episode-11/