If you thought that Charlie Sheen's very public indiscretion last spring might somehow affect the way Charlie Harper would be portrayed this season on 'Two and a Half Men,' think again. CBS's top-rated sitcom, onr that's also thriving in syndication, was back for Season 8 with an episode that wallowed in the humor, vulgarity and verisimilitude that's made it so popular. In short, 'Two and a Half Men' picked up right where it left off last season.
Perhaps the biggest alteration in the show's formula is with the 'half.' Jake (Angus T. Jones) has grown up -- he's 16 now -- and one of the running jokes in tonight's episode revolved around two lovely young girls sneaking out of his bedroom at the crack of dawn. Clearly all the years around Uncle Charlie's Malibu beach house, watching the girls come and go, have made an impression on Jake. Of course, when the first girl flitted by, Alan (Jon Cryer) thought she was there for Charlie. But even Charlie, as much a rascal as he is, doesn't go for teenagers. At least, not yet.
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