Two and a Half Men 12 Seasons 2004

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Season 2
(109) IMDb 8.1/10
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11. Last Chance to See Those Tattoos TV-NR CC

Charlie is surprised when a woman, Gail (JODI LYN O'KEEFE - "Nash Bridges"), with whom he flirts in a bar, rejects his overtures and tells him that women around town have been comparing notes on his philandering. Later, Jake mentions that he did an Internet search on Charlie's name and found something interesting.

Starring:
Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
December 13, 2004

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Last Chance to See Those Tattoos

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Pamela Fryman
Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Supporting actors Angus T. Jones, Marin Hinkle, Melanie Lynskey, Conchata Ferrell, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Jennifer Taylor, Julie Dickens, Ana Alexander, Nicole Forester
Season year 2005
Network CBS
Producers Jeff Abugov, Lee Aronsohn, Susan Beavers, Joe Bella, Mark Burg, Michael Collier, Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky, Oren Koules, Toti Levine, Chuck Lorre, Mark Roberts, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Sid Youngers
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Customer Reviews

Charlie Sheen is very funny.
Amazon Customer
I love it as it's one of the best tv comedy shows out there.
Little Miss Cutey
Having a Bad Day; watch an episode and enjoy the laughs.
Robert F. Duran

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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on December 23, 2007
Format: DVD
For a change, Australia is ahead of USA in this release. I've owned this now for a little while, watched the whole season through, and watched it again. I love it as it's one of the best tv comedy shows out there. There are 24 episodes on these disks and this is the way they pan out.
1 - BACK OFF MARY POPPINS - Charlie's male support group includes lots of Hollywood celebrities like Sean Penn and Elvis Costello - but not Alan.
2 - ENJOY THOSE GARLIC BALLS - Alan is jealous that Judith has a new beau ... and delighted that he may be off the hook for alamony.
3 - A BAG FULL OF JAWEA - Teacher's Pet. Trying to be a good uncle, Charlie romances the teacher who threatened to suspend Jake.
4 - GO GET MOMMY'S BRA - What is Evelyn's bra doing in the back seat of Charlies car? The answer is ... uh...unnerving.
5 - BAD NEWS FROM THE CLINIC? - Charlies falls for a female verson of himself. And man, does she make him look miserable.
6 - THE PRICE OF HEALTHY GUMS IS ETERNAL VIGILANCE - Is Alan a Jekyll and Hyde? A childhood shoplifting story has him convinced there's a "bad Alan" inside.
7 - A KOSHER SLAUGHTERHOUSE OUT IN FONTANA - Charlie and Alan's party for Evelyn turns into an affair to remember... for al the wrong reasons.
8 - FRANKENSTEIN AND THE HORNY VILLAGERS - Confusing love and lust, Alan promptly proposes when he dates a woman who's sexually adventurous.
9 - YES, MONSIGNOR - Charlie's old flame Lisa has everything: beauty, wit, intelligence, charm ... and a brand-new baby.
10- THE SALMON UNDER MY SWEATER - Right 'toon, wrong tune. Jake hates Charlie's theme song for the TV version of his favourite comice book.
11- LAST CHANCE TO SEE THOSE TATTOOS - What a tangled worldwide web we weave.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By H. D. Espinosa on October 19, 2007
Format: DVD
Comedy series collectors, our prayers were finally answered: The second season of "Two and a Half Men" is coming out, more than two and a half years after its season finale airing. Hey, two and a half years? I think this number is a coincidence with the series title...maybe this was made on purpose!

In a time where TV seasons - even the least successful ones - are released on DVD within six months or less from its finales, letting "Two and a Half Men" be out of the DVD market for such a long time was, at least, an odd attitude. Even more oddly is to figure that some other countries (like England) have already this set for sale for a while.

From the 24 episodes of this second season (which occasionally still airs on CW), there is no one of them I could call a lame one. As for the 4-DVD set, we can expect the obvious: more interviews, more deleted scenes, more episode commentaries and more outtakes. Based on what I've seen in the UK version, fun is more than guaranteed with this DVD-set.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Cunningham on February 13, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A great comedy. Beats the H**L out of the SO CALLED reality shows, that are "garbage" and cheaply produced.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "Letsgo2thestars" on January 1, 2008
Format: DVD
It's funny, witty, a bit sexist sometimes because it's primarily from 2 middle-aged mens' point of views. I love Charlie's charismatic yet nonchalant approach to life and how much he gets off picking on his younger, less-experienced-in-sex brother.

His brother is cool too. They're both laidback, yet his bro is by far the smarter of the two. He's divorced and overly-content with his standings. However, his wife not allowing him to move on bothers him.

All in all, 2 thumbs up!

Cover Art: B-
Inside Art: N/A
Characters: A-
Acting: B
Dialogue: A
Story: B

4.5 stars.

Overall: A
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TheLonelyArtistClub on February 26, 2009
Format: DVD
I've kept up with the series over the past few years and recently brought the dvds out and watched through the first 4 seasons (all that are available on dvd at the time of this review) again. Without a doubt, I think the second season is the best of the series. I wouldn't rate any of the seasons, including the ones I've seen on TV that aren't out on disc yet, below a 3 (or a 3 and a half if that was an option), but I think this is the only season I'd give a perfect 5. Even having seen all of these episodes three or four times, I still can't stop laughing.

If you've watched the show in syndication on CW or WGN, you've probably seen several of these episodes (the syndication tends to be the first 3 seasons at this point). I've seen other reviews where people try and list out the best episodes of this season, but it's like trying to tell someone what the best songs on a Beatles album are: by the time you're done listing, you'll have named about 90% of the episodes in the season.

The 3rd Disc of this season is perfect. Charlie tries to take Alan to Vegas to ease his brother's fears of a colonoscopy but Alan's semi - OCD gets in the way. Judith feels the need to go on vacation from her stressful life of cashing alimony checks and leaves Jake with the brothers for a full week. Charlie and Alan each mess things up in extremely hilarious ways - based on the facial expressions alone, this might be Angus T. Jones best episode as Jake. Charlie convinces Alan to pretend to be his gay partner to impress an Ad exec - and the ensuing relationship is brilliant, especially when their mom finds out. Jake loses his portable game system in the coffin of one of his grandmother's ex husbands.
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