Two and a Half Men 12 Seasons 2008

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Season 6
(103) IMDb 7.9/10
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11. The Devil's Lube TV-NR CC

One of Charlies old partners in crime dies, leaving Charlie to reevaluate his own reckless lifestyle. Charlie Sheens brother EMILIO ESTEVEZ guest stars as Charlies old friend Andy, along with Oscar nominee JAMES EARL JONES as himself.

Starring:
Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
December 15, 2008

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The Devil's Lube

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This show can probably make anyone laugh.
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The sixth season is the best season of Two and a Half Men.
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The extras added on the DVD set are GREAT!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By George Robinson on October 15, 2009
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I'm a huge fan of this show, which over the first five seasons has maintained a fantastically high laugh count and developed some terrific characters played by some top quality actors. The writing is consistently brilliant and there's a great chemistry and balance between the characters and actors that make it a real joy to watch.

So, Season Six overall is still highly watchable and remains streets ahead of other comedy shows on both sides of the Atlantic (I'm from the UK, whose last great comedy series The Office gave the USA the American Office, another great show).

BUT... there are some cracks beginning to show. For example, a couple of the episodes - particularly the one where Charlie's new fiancee Chelsea is poorly in bed - just grate on the nerves. Watch it once, you won't want to watch it again. Which was never the case with any episode before.

And it's the Chelsea character that also annoys. She arrives out of nowhere and suddenly Charlie, whose main humour factor has been his total lack of shame and remorse, suddenly becomes this drooling idiot apologising for his past.

We already have that character, for pity's sake, in Alan... the show needs Charlie's 'anti-Alan factor' to keep the balance right. When both of them are emasculated berks under the thumb of ALL the female characters, the show loses its impetus, and starts to irritate its many male fans, like me, who only grew so devoted to it after seeing Charlie's self-centred attitude to women put up there as a refreshing antidote to every comedy series of the past 30 years, where the women are the streetwise, hip, all-seeing power-brokers and the men are just dolts.

So let's have Charlie back as his own man, and ditch the Chelsea character.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Liang on June 2, 2009
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If your a long time fan of Two and a Half Men, or even if you aren't, you will love season 6. This is the season where we find Charlie Harper growing up a little bit, and at the same time staying as immature and conceited as possible. We watch all of our favorite characters develop new story lines of their own with Alan having had a small fling with ex-wife Judith and wondering if her pregnancy is a result of him or her current husband Herb. We also find Alan with another possible romance with his receptionist Melissa. Meanwhile Charlie is remaining as hilarious as ever with his new wife-to-be Chelsea. The only one criticism I have is that of the character Jake who has lost a great deal of his appeal morphing from a cute and hilarious little pre-pubescent to a stereotypical teenager who eats too much. The character, however, still has his moments, just not as much as he used to. All in all it is a hilarious season with a great twist season finale! The season finale ends with just as many questions as laughs with Herb Melnick's character going into full "Ryan Stiles" mode with the actor playing the character Herb as if he were back on the hit ABC show Whose Line is it Anyway.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. D. Lee on September 8, 2009
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Two and a half men continues to be one of the best shows on tv. Season six is full of laughs. Loved that Sheens brother was added to a show. They brought Rose back- show wouldn't be the same. They really get you in this season. Last DVD-Last show they left you with Judith having a baby and a "to be continued".
Great ending but now I have to wait till next season to find out what happened.
The only downfall to the season is that it is 3 DVD's and only 3 shows on the fourth.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zeitgeist69 on October 3, 2009
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What sets this comedy apart from the myriad of other so-called comedies is the writing. True, Charlie Sheen and the cast of other fine actors do an excellent job, but it all begins with the fine caliber of writing that gives them the ammunition for such great performances week after week. Now in its seventh season, this show only gets better. It does lean to the naughty side occasionally, but even then there's often a lesson in each episode to illustrate how we all suffer from our foibles. Some people have stated that Sheen, who was once considered one of Hollywood's premier womanizers, is only playing himself. Not so--- his timing and talent come through wonderfully, as do the skills of all the others in this wonderful cast. John Cryer finally got a much-deserved Emmy for his role as Sheen's younger, tightly-wound brother, who initially came to live with Sheen for "just a while" until he got his feet back on the ground while going through a period of marital problems. More than six years later he's still there, and during that time we've been able to see the many relationship changes between he and his brother, as well as the maturation of Cryer's son, played by Angus T. Jones.
The other members of this zany comedy include a scene-stealing housekeeper who seems to run Sheen's Malibu bachelor pad; the brothers' self-absorbed mother; a neighbor Sheen had a one-night stand with years ago and now stalks him; and Cryer's shrew of an ex-wife who blames him for emotional issues she internalized during their marriage. Sound like fodder for hilarity?...it is and Sheen & Company manage to bring it off week after week. If you've never watched this comedy, do yourself a favor and begin with the very first episode and continue in chronological order, season by season. You'll be glad you did.

between he and his brother, as well the maturation of Cryer's son, played by Angus Jones.
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