History Series / TwoAndAHalfMen

6th Sep '16 4:47:57 PM NotoriouslySarcastic
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* SilverFox: Teddy. At least Berta seems to think so.
13th Aug '16 3:30:46 PM morenohijazo
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* PrenupBlowup: Charlie suggests a prenup to his fiancee, then gets angry when she readily agrees because she owns a good deal of real estate she hadn't mentioned to him yet.
3rd Jul '16 7:33:11 AM Aquila89
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The show aired on Creator/{{CBS}} from September 22, 2003 to February 19, 2015. Season eight was cut short after lead actor Creator/CharlieSheen was fired due to his self-destructive breakdown in 2011, one effect of which was a public feud with series creator Chuck Lorre. The show continued with Creator/AshtonKutcher as Walden in the lead role. In the eleventh season, Angus T. Jones (who plays Jake) had his part changed to a recurring role due to college commitments, but he did not appear onscreen until his cameo in the series finale two years later.

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The show aired on Creator/{{CBS}} from September 22, 2003 to February 19, 2015. Season eight was cut short after lead actor Creator/CharlieSheen was fired due to his self-destructive breakdown in 2011, one effect of which was a public feud with series creator Chuck Lorre.Creator/ChuckLorre. The show continued with Creator/AshtonKutcher as Walden in the lead role. In the eleventh season, Angus T. Jones (who plays Jake) had his part changed to a recurring role due to college commitments, but he did not appear onscreen until his cameo in the series finale two years later.
24th Jun '16 8:56:19 PM nombretomado
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** An episode where Charlie is hired to write the American theme song to a dark and moody Japanese cartoon has him compose a cute, goofy song instead, which actually does get used for the show. This seems to be a stab at some of the business practices of [[FourKidsEntertainment 4kids]] entertainment at the time.

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** An episode where Charlie is hired to write the American theme song to a dark and moody Japanese cartoon has him compose a cute, goofy song instead, which actually does get used for the show. This seems to be a stab at some of the business practices of [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4kids]] entertainment at the time.
11th Jun '16 4:08:23 PM thecarolinabull01
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* LongRunner: 10 seasons and counting.

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* LongRunner: 10 seasons and counting.Ran for 12 seasons.
6th Jun '16 9:49:58 AM NotoriouslySarcastic
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* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: In one episode, when Alan was getting ready to pick up Jake from his mother.
-->'''Charlie:''' Oh good, just what we need to brighten up our weekend. A large, sullen teenager with gas and questionable hygiene.
-->'''Alan:''' There's nothing "questionable" about it.
18th May '16 7:18:51 AM rafi
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* TheCasanova: Charlie

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* TheCasanova: TheCasanova:
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* NotBloodSiblings

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* NotBloodSiblingsNotBloodSiblings: Charlie becomes sexually involved with the daughter of his mother's fiancé, repeatedly pointing out that she will only be his stepsister.



* YankTheDogsChain: Alan on many unfair occasions.

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* YankTheDogsChain: Alan on many numerous unfair occasions.occasions, most notably when he found happiness with Kandi and moving into a condo, only for Kandi to leave him a few months later, keep the condo, and have the alimony checks for Alan continue, this time for two ex-wives.
5th May '16 8:17:59 AM rafi
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* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While you maybe can't call it a ''saccharine'' show, this was still a sitcom, where the main characters were funny despite all of their flaws. But there was a big exception: Alan's first ex-wife Judith. Despite being a sitcom character, she was never funny. And even though she had already kicked Alan out of their house and gotten the right to an extremely high alimony, which had given Alan no choice but to live with his brother Charlie, she loved to destroy his life even further and extort even ''more'' money from him. She also seemed to have no love for her son Jake, and still had the nerve to complain at ''Alan's'' parenting skills. And it became obvious that she treated her new husband, Herb, just as badly as she had treated Alan. And except for one episode, where she actually allowed Alan to live with her and Herb after he had a fight with Charlie (which was very out of character for her), she had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
5th May '16 8:16:52 AM rafi
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* BigBad:
** Rose seem to be the closet thing the show had to one, though the GrandFinale reveals the true one for the whole series, if not the last four seasons is [[spoiler:[[InVerse Chuck Lorre]]]].
** Judith was really bad as well (see "Vile Villain, Saccharine Show").
5th May '16 7:47:21 AM Furienna
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* BigBad: Rose seem to be the closet thing the show had to one, though the GrandFinale reveals the true one for the whole series, if not the last four seasons is [[spoiler:[[InVerse Chuck Lorre]]]].

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* BigBad: BigBad:
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Rose seem to be the closet thing the show had to one, though the GrandFinale reveals the true one for the whole series, if not the last four seasons is [[spoiler:[[InVerse Chuck Lorre]]]].Lorre]]]].
** Judith was really bad as well (see "Vile Villain, Saccharine Show").



* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While you maybe can't call it a ''saccharine'' show, this was still a sitcom, where the main characters were funny despite all of their flaws. But there was a big exception: Alan's first ex-wife Judith. Despite being a sitcom character, she was never funny. And even though she had already kicked Alan out of their house and gotten the right to an extremely high alimony, which had given Alan no choice but to live with his brother Charlie, she loved to destroy his life even further and extort even ''more'' money from him. She also seemed to have no love for her son Jake, and still had the nerve to complain at ''Alan's'' parenting skills. And it became obvious that she treated her new husband, Herb, just as badly as she had treated Alan. And except for one episode, where she actually allowed Alan to live with her and Herb after he had a fight with Charlie (which was very out of character for her), she had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.



* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While you maybe can't call it a ''saccharine'' show, this was still a sitcom, where the main characters were funny despite all of their flaws. But there was a big exception: Alan's first ex-wife Judith. Despite being a sitcom character, she was never funny. And even though she had already kicked Alan out of their house and gotten the right to an extremely high alimony, which had given Alan no choice but to live with his brother Charlie, she loved to destroy his life even further and extort even ''more'' money from him. She also seemed to have no love for her son Jake, and still had the nerve to complain at ''Alan's'' parenting skills. And it becomes obvious that she treats her new husband, Herb, just as badly as she had treated Alan. And except for one episode, where she actually allowed Alan to live with her and Herb after he had a fight with Charlie (which was very out of character for her), she had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
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