History Characters / TwoAndAHalfMen

24th Apr '18 3:40:57 PM chitoryu12
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* AdamWesting: Charlie Harper is basically Charlie Sheen without the "Sheen".

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* AdamWesting: Charlie Harper is basically Charlie Sheen without the "Sheen". It started to feel more [[IAmNotLeonardNimoy uncomfortably similar to the real Charlie Sheen's decreasing sanity]] until his firing.
24th Mar '18 6:30:22 AM StardustSoldier
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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber than Jake is]], enough that Jake even points it out.

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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber than Jake is]], enough that is]]. Jake even points it out.
24th Mar '18 6:29:25 AM StardustSoldier
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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber than Jake is]], to the point that Jake even points it out.

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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber than Jake is]], to the point enough that Jake even points it out.
24th Mar '18 6:29:00 AM StardustSoldier
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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber then Jake is who even points this out]].

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* DumbBlonde: He's [[UpToEleven even dumber then than Jake is who is]], to the point that Jake even points this out]].it out.
26th Feb '18 7:17:23 PM gjjones
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* KarmaHoudini: Charlie's jerkassery never seemed to catch up to him until he was [=McLeaned=] at the beginning of Season 9.

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* KarmaHoudini: KarmaHoudiniWarranty: Charlie's jerkassery never seemed to catch up to him until he was [=McLeaned=] at the beginning of Season 9.
3rd Feb '18 6:11:27 PM Green_lantern40
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* TheBusCameBack: And returned in the series finale, for all of about 10 seconds.
* BusCrash: Charlie never left the show, but after it continued with Season 9 (following the hiatus that ended Season 8), Charlie was dead in the opening episode.

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* TheBusCameBack: And The character, [[FakeShemp not the actor]], returned in the series finale, finale for all of about 10 seconds.
* BusCrash: Charlie ''technically'' never left the show, but after it continued with Season 9 (following the hiatus that ended Season 8), Charlie was dead in the opening episode.episode. [[spoiler:Then it became subverted in the series finale, where it was revealed he was in fact still alive... then [[DoubleSubverted subverted again]] when he was killed by a falling piano in its last ten or so seconds.]]
29th Jan '18 4:23:10 PM randomguy399
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** After Walden's ploy to find a woman by pretending to be someone he's not completely blew up in Walden's face, despite Alan's warnings, Alan seems to have completely forgotten these events ever happened in Season 11 and pursues Lyndsey and her fiancée's sister, Gretchen, using the false identity of "Jeff Strongman."

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** After Walden's ploy leading a double life in order to find meet a woman by pretending to be someone he's not completely blew up in Walden's his face, despite Alan's warnings, Alan seems to have completely forgotten these events ever happened in Season 11 and pursues Lyndsey and her fiancée's sister, Gretchen, using the false identity of "Jeff Strongman."



* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The Responsible to Charlie's Foolish. While not siblings, he and Walden adopt this dynamic starting Season 10, with Alan being the foolish to Walden's responsible (following the latter's CharacterDevelopment and Alan's {{Flanderization}}).

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* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The Responsible to Charlie's Foolish. While not siblings, he and Walden adopt this dynamic starting Season 10, with Alan being the foolish to Walden's responsible (following the latter's Walden's CharacterDevelopment and Alan's {{Flanderization}}).



* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: You could practically name this trope ''The Alan Harper.'' It's UpToEleven in Season 9 and onwards, plus the series finale implies that he'll get to stay in the beach house for a while.

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* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: You could practically name this trope ''The Alan Harper.'' It's UpToEleven in Season 9 and onwards, plus the series finale implies that he'll get to stay in the beach house for a while.forever.



* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Gets [[{{Flanderization}} flanderized]] into this around Season 7-8, although how bad he acts [[DependingOnTheWriter depends on the writer.]] It goes from such despicable acts as cheating on Lyndsey (who actually loves him) with Melissa for meaningless sex and then getting away with it scot-free, to feeling remorse for stealing Judith's diamond earrings to purchase Lyndsey a birthday present. Really, Alan zig-zags between this status in Seasons 7, 8, and 9, but by 10, he's definitely become a {{Jerkass}}.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Played completely straight with Walden. He and Charlie were this when the latter was alive and they weren't fighting about something.

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* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Gets [[{{Flanderization}} flanderized]] into this around Season 7-8, although how bad he acts [[DependingOnTheWriter depends on the writer.]] It goes from such despicable acts as cheating on Lyndsey (who actually loves him) with Melissa for meaningless sex and then getting away with it scot-free, to feeling remorse for stealing Judith's diamond earrings to purchase Lyndsey a birthday present. Really, Alan zig-zags between this status in Seasons 7, 8, and 9, but by 10, he's definitely become a {{Jerkass}}.
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* VitriolicBestBuds: Played completely straight with Walden. He and Charlie were this when the latter was alive and they weren't fighting about something.
22nd Jan '18 6:17:02 PM randomguy399
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* DeadpanSnarker: Especially to Alan.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Especially You'd have to be to put up with Alan.



* NiceGuy: Started off as a innocent, childlike decent guy. This started to disappear after he got his haircut and his personality began to change.

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* NiceGuy: Started off as a innocent, childlike decent guy. This started to disappear after he got his haircut and his personality began to change.change, though he's still nicer than most of the rest of the cast.
8th Jan '18 2:07:49 PM KizunaTallis
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%%* EvilMatriarch

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%%* EvilMatriarch* EvilMatriarch: She's not a great mother, being exasperated with Jake and having even less faith in him than Alan.



%* ItsAllAboutMe

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%* ItsAllAboutMe* ItsAllAboutMe: To call her self-absorbed would almost be too kind.



* TookALevelInJerkass: She was always a {{Jerkass}}, but mostly just in [[ItsAllAboutMe a self centered manner]]. As time passed she became actively vindictive, mooching off Alan and [[ItAmusedMe making his life a living hell at every opportunity]]. Her callousness became indiscriminate too, neglecting and abusing Jake, and treating Herb as badly as she had Alan.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: She was always a {{Jerkass}}, but mostly just in [[ItsAllAboutMe a self centered self-centered manner]]. As time passed she became actively vindictive, mooching off Alan and [[ItAmusedMe making his life a living hell at every opportunity]]. Her callousness became indiscriminate too, neglecting and abusing Jake, and treating Herb as badly as she had Alan.
1st Jan '18 1:40:02 PM thecarolinabull01
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* AbusiveParents

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* %%* AbusiveParents



* EvilMatriarch

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* %%* EvilMatriarch



* HateSink: Arguably the most obnoxious of the main cast, and lacks the HiddenHeartOfGold that makes the others tolerable.



* ItsAllAboutMe

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* %* ItsAllAboutMe



* MsFanservice

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* %* MsFanservice
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