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Two and a Half Men: Season 8
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72 of 84 people found the following review helpful
Let's remain objective. Facts: 1. This was a great show. 2. It ended up in a bad note. It is a pity that there was conflict between the cast and the producers. However, the producers decided to pull the show, affecting not only the cast, but the viewers, and the consumer should not suffer for it. I agree with a previous reviewer who asked, why should we pay full price for a shortened season. Let's do the math. According to Amazon.com, the MSRP for a 22-episode season of Two and a Half Men is 44.98 (see previous seasons), that is approximately $2.05 per episode. Now, there were only 16 episodes in season 8, that should add up to $32.80 at the most ($2.05 x 16). Also, I love Amazon, but if they are charging $27.49 for previous seasons (see seasons 5, 6, and 7) which is 61% of MSRP, then it follows that they should also charge 61% of the MSRP for this season, which should be no more than $20.01 for pre-ordering. That would be a fair price for this product. At this point, this item at $38.49 is overpriced, specially for pre-ordering, when consumers are supposed to have an advantage for being on the cutting edge. Hope someone is listening. Two and a Half Men was a wonderfully coocky show, and I would like to complete my collection, but I will buy this product at a later date when the price is right.

Update: Have you noticed that Amazon has lowered the pre-order price to $29.99. Good for you Amazon! I know you care about your customers. However, all the other seasons are down to $18.99 at the most. Now, bring down the price of this season another $11, and I am in. :)

Charlie, without you the show is dead. Charlie, Jon, Angus, and Rose thank you for so many years of laughter and some incredibly funny situations. I will enjoy watching my DVDs over and over again. Wishing you well. Mari
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on June 1, 2011
Thank you Charlie, Jon, and Angus.. (and evelyn and berta and rose) Thank you for 8 amazing seasons of crazy,silly,wonderful pee my pants laughter!!! There is nothing like this show, and never will be.
Also thanks alot dumbasses for ending the greatness of the show by getting rid of Charlie. The amazing connection between Jon and Charlie,It won't be duplicated. So he pissed you off, pull up your big boy pants and get over it. You had a good thing, personal feelings should not have gotten in the way, and it did. Shame on you! And bonus to the replacement of Charlie another bonehead move.
I will add season 8 to my collection because it's still Two and a Half Men. Only 16 episodes , but it"s still worth buying. I will not watch season 9. To me it is done..
Thank you for a great run, many years of great laughs I will miss this show so very Much. Best of luck Charlie~
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32 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on July 18, 2011
I purchased season 8 and I am glad that Amazon cut the price, $44 was ridiculous for 16 episodes and a season that has no closure. My wife and I have been fans of this show for several years. I am dying of relapsing progressive Multiple Sclerosis and this show has been a really enjoyable treat for the two of us. My wife and I are also writers and we are both baffled by how Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn are going to re-write a hit show created around Charlie Sheen. In one of Chuck Lorre's famous vanity cards he spoke eloquently of creating Two and a Half Men and finding a star that was humble and funny and how he assembled a cast that is the end all be all for his vision. Now going into the 9th season of Two and Half Men those good feelings of appreciation for Charlie Sheen, without whom these two men would have had yet another failed pilot as Lorre talks about in his vanity cards after Dharma & Greg had been canceled.

Will attempt to recreate a show that is fully matured and created for the forty something generation by bringing in a 32 year old kid. What could this child have in common with Alan, (Jon Cryer), Berta, (Conchata Ferrel) Evelyn, (Holland Taylor) Jake, (Angus T. Jones) Rose ( Melanie Lynskey) Judith, (Marin Hinkle) Herb (Ryan Stiles)?
How do they integrate into a mid forty and over cast a character named "Raymond"( Ashton Kutcher) who was born in 1979? a 32 year old kid, what does he have in common with this cast of characters who are searching for meaning in middle age? He is closer in age to Jones than any other member of the cast.

Granted, Ashton Kutcher is married to Demi Moor who was born in 1962 and is 17 years older than Kutcher but he does not have 20 plus years of life experience, nor can he act. He found fame on that 70's show, and while the title of the show and its wardrobe and sets where 70's the show dealt with current issues for Kutcher's age group. The show did not have the following of matured and life seasoned viewers as Men does.

The bottom line is Lorre and Sheen had a falling out. Lorre is now fighting for his television life by attempting to replace an eight season character (Charlie Harper) who is loved by millions a 45 year-old lush and womanizer who has moments of clarity and wisdom and a quick wit and Cynicism.....with a kid.
Lorre and Aronsohn completely "kill" Charlie Harper the nucleolus of their hit series just to try to grab a few extra bucks. It is not about the show or the audience in my opinion this is sheer greed on the part of Lorre to grab every buck he can and exploit the fine actors that have helped to make him a very wealthy man.

I can't see any way that it will work or that the audience that has supported this wonderful show that their generation could relate to and understand its complex humor is going to accept this situation.

As a writer he should be true to his craft and end the show instead of running it into cancellation by CBS. Lorre has other hit shows on CBS he should focus on those and let this show end with dignity.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on August 25, 2011
They messed up on the title of this DVD, "Two and a Half Men : The INCOMPLETE Eighth Season" is what it should say....I have watched this show from day one, own all of the DVD's, but WILL NOT pay full price for a little more than half a season. And BTW....without Charlie Sheen the show is doomed, Ashton Kutcher couldn't act his way out of a wet paper bag in a pouring down rain storm. The story of Charlie's death just doesn't work...terrible writing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 28, 2010
Who couldn't like this show. It is fun and it makes me laugh. Two and a Half Men: The Complete Eighth Seasonand All of them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 3, 2011
Too few episodes in the track from this dynamic acting crew. Miss their caliber of acting, and wish there were more episodes to watch. There is a quality to the interactions of this cast that is not present in Season 9.

These were the good ole days.
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19 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on April 7, 2011
Why pay full price for half a season?? I'm not spending my hard earned money on something that was half assed done? Charlie Sheen went nuts and couldn't even finish his job for the season and I'm expected to pay almost $40? That's wrong! This definitely left a bad taste in my mouth for two and a half men.
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2011
I won't pay full price for half a season. Shame on Amazon for charging that much. And I will truly mis the show with original cast. But, am a little excited to see how they will spin it with Ashton now. Pleaseeveryone says how great Charlie is. And I do agree that there was a spark that will not be able the be match with all of them together. However, there isn't one on the whole show that didn't add to that spark and is not equally talented and funny. Give them all credit people. Charlie certainly did not pull the whole show by himself. They are a great bunch and I wish them all the best I'n the future with the new show and life. Thanks forbmany,many laughs. Lots of live to you all. With or with out Charlie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 31, 2011
It's rare when a show comes along that changes so little but leaves one with wanting to see it again and again. This is a classic series for the ages.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2012
Charlie is alot better at this then dum ass they need to bring charlie back. whatch 1 to 8 then watch 9 and you will see that charlie does it one hell of alot better then DUM ASS.
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