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Two and a Half Men 9.08 "Thank You for the Intercourse" Review

"It's got oats and corn and wheat. It's the sweetest breakfast treat. It's Maple, Maple, Maple-icious!" For the most part, I wish the writers would stop continuing to focus on Charlie's character on Two and a Half Men , but I actually enjoyed this episode. Maybe it was because we got to revisit some of Charlie's jingles. The episode began with Walden singing the Maple Loops jingle and finding out from Alan that Charlie wrote it. Now Walden thinks Charlie was a genius, and he is curious why Alan doesn't talk about him much. That sets the ball rolling for Alan to finally mourn the loss of his brother. Maybe he waited too long to do so, but whatever the reason, the mourning process makes him crazy. I expected very little from this episode knowing that it was going to focus heavily on Charlie. Unlike past episodes, however, I found the references to Charlie to be more of a tribute to the character than a slap in the face to Charlie Sheen. Well, that was the case until the end of the episode when Alan is laid up in a psychiatric hospital saying, "Winning!" Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/SZw0x6HvifQ/103598

'Two And A Half Men' – Alan Totally Loses It But 'Thanks You For The Intercourse'

You know how sometimes, you’re so looking forward to watching a TV show, and you almost feel sick with excitement, ‘cause you’re so hyped to see what they’ll do, so you have to lie down and deep br... //www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2011/11/08/two_and_a_half_men_alan_totally_loses

'Two and a Half Men' recap: Becoming Charlie

Sing it with me, folks: "Mennnnnnnn." Because if tonight's episode taught me anything it's that life's most pressing problems, whether they lead to a complete Charlie Sheen-related mental breakdown or a particularly crappy installment of  Two and a Half Men , all start with a jingle. Take, for instance, Alan's meltdown -- all was going perfectly well for our favorite "parasitic leach" until Walden started bopping along to Charlie's Maple Loops song. And it all went downhill from there. To Walden these Maple Loops were simply a fun and viable breakfast option, but to Alan they were something much, much deeper. For months he had been avoiding the unpleasant task of dealing with Charlie's death, and hearing his brother's old tune sent him right over the ledge. By lunch he was playing the sad Cat Power version on the piano. "One time I walked in and he was having sex on top of it," he reminisced. "You can see where the young lady's ass-print didn't quite wax out." Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/two-and-a-half-men-season-9-episode-8/

Two and a Half Men Review: Winning!

This week's Two and a Half Men continued the refreshing trend of last week of really taking advantage of its half man.  Jake, along with his father, finally explored their feelings over the loss of their respective uncle and brother. It was actually a pretty welcomed change to see Charlie actually spoken about in a slightly positive light in " Thank You For The Intercourse ."  Sure, there was still the obligatory venereal disease jokes, but there was still plenty of good heart as they talked about the man. I understood the necessity for a sitcom to jump right into the laughs with episode one, but when you decide to kill off a major relative of several of the characters in the show, it almost felt a little odd it's taken this long to address any of the mourning. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/11/two-and-a-half-men-review-winning/

'Two and a Half Men': Charlie's back...sort of

For as much as Chuck Lorre seems to hate Charlie Sheen, the "Two and a Half Men" producer can't seem to get over him...even after they've killed him off.[Spoiler Alert]Monday's (Nov. 7) episode of the CBS comedy focused on Alan (Jon Cryer) attempting to come to terms with his brother's death. But the entire grieving process isn't pretty.At one point, a lonely and depressed Alan looks toward the heavens (a strange choice) and says to his late brother, "I would have given anything to be like you." So he does just that.Alan begins to channel Charlie's joie de vivre. This means he starts to drink like him, talk like him and womanize like him. He even chooses to dress in those ridiculous striped shirts and shorts his brother made so famous.It's an odd twist for a show that looked to be moving past the Sheen debacle. It seemed petty and personal, which is hardly a... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/two-and-a-half-men-charlies-backsort-of.html