Two and a Half Men 11 Seasons 2011

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Season 9
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1. Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt TV-NR CC

All is revealed in the ninth season premiere when ASHTON KUTCHER joins the cast as Walden Schmidt, an Internet billionaire with a broken heart.

Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
September 19, 2011

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Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt

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Season 9
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    1. Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt All is revealed in the ninth season premiere when ASHTON KUTCHER joins the cast as Walden Schmidt, an Internet billionaire with a broken heart.

    TV-NR 22min September 19, 2011
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    2. People Who Love Peepholes Guest star JUDY GREER is introduced as Bridget, Walden's ex-wife in the second part of the ninth season premiere.

    TV-NR 22min September 26, 2011
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    3. Big Girls Don't Throw Food Alan prepares Walden for a date with Bridget, while Jake decides to emulate Walden and drop out of school.

    TV-NR 21min October 3, 2011
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    4. Nine Magic Fingers Trying to rebound from his recent separation, Walden goes looking for Mrs. Right, while Alan has an opportunity to reconcile with his on-again, off-again girlfriend Lyndsey (guest star COURTNEY THORNE-SMITH).

    TV-NR 22min October 10, 2011
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    5. A Giant Cat Holding A Churro While Alan struggles to come to terms with Lyndsey's risqué movie past, Walden tries to cheer him up by throwing a party at the house.

    TV-NR 21min October 17, 2011
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    6. The Squat and Hover Walden receives divorce papers from Bridget, but forgets his depression when he meets a girl who looks eerily like her.

    TV-NR 22min October 24, 2011
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    7. Those Fancy Japanese Toilets Jake has a crush on his chemistry tutor (guest star MACEY CRUTHIRD)...who has a crush on Walden. Meanwhile, Alan obsesses over the journal his brother left him in his will.

    TV-NR 20min October 31, 2011
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    8. Thanks for the Intercourse When Walden begins redecorating the beach house, Alan becomes overly emotional... and is pushed over the edge.

    TV-NR 22min November 7, 2011
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    9. Frodo's Headshots Upon his release from the hospital, Alan is met with a slew of challenges that test his ability to cope...including GARY BUSEY!

    TV-NR 22min November 14, 2011
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    10. A Fishbowl Full of Glass Eyes Walden hits it off with a British babe (guest star SOPHIE WINKLEMAN), but neither of them is sure he's ready to re-enter the dating world.

    TV-NR 22min November 21, 2011
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    11. A Lovely Landing Strip Walden is trying his best to impress his new love interest, Zoey, when Bridget reappears in his life. MELANIE LYNSKEY returns as Rose.

    TV-NR 21min December 5, 2011
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    12. One False Move, Zimbabwe! Walden's mother, Robin (guest star MIMI ROGERS) arrives and Alan is smitten with her - even as she reveals a secret about Walden's past that sends him into a downward spiral.

    TV-NR 22min December 12, 2011
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    13. Slowly And In A Circular Fashion When Walden's ex-wife and his mother try to take control of his company and vote him off the board, Walden enlists Alan as an ally in the boardroom battle.

    TV-NR 21min January 2, 2012
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    14. A Possum on Chemo Zoey tries to coerce Walden into cutting his hair and shaving, while Alan rekindles his relationship with Lyndsey.

    TV-NR 21min January 16, 2012
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    15. The duchess of dull-in-sack Walden tries to loosen up Zoey by sharing a couple of Berta's "special" brownies. MATTHEW MARSDEN guest stars as Zoey's ex-husband, Nigel.

    TV-NR 22min February 6, 2012
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    16. Sips, Sonnets and Sodomy Strained relationships and girl-fighting result when a huge storm traps Walden, Alan, Zoey and Lyndsey in the house on Valentine's Day.

    TV-NR 20min February 13, 2012
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    17. Not In My Mouth Walden and Zoey's relationship has a few ups and downs after they share a near-death experienc...and Walden shares his true feelings. Meanwhile, Alan wonders if Lyndsey has a drinking problem.

    TV-14 20min February 20, 2012
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    18. The War Against Gingivitis Things get tense in the Malibu house when Walden's estranged ex-business partner, Billy (guest star PATTON OSWALT), shows up looking to bury the hatchet with a money-making idea.

    TV-NR 22min February 27, 2012
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    19. Palmdale, ech Alan and Lyndsey introduce their mothers to one another. Meanwhile, Jake and Eldridge enlist Walden to drive them to a high school house party that they never find.

    TV-NR 22min March 19, 2012
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    20. Grandma's Pie Walden breaks the news to Zoey that he is going into business with his ex-wife. Meanwhile, Alan and Lyndsey try to come to terms with their moms' new relationship.

    TV-NR 22min April 9, 2012
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    21. Mr. Hose says 'Yes' Walden's commitment is tested when Zoey and her daughter come to live with him - for a trial run. Meanwhile, Alan gets more than he bargained for when he moves in with Lyndsey.

    TV-NR 22min April 16, 2012
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    22. Why We Gave Up Woman Academy Award winner KATHY BATES guest stars as the ghost of Charlie Harper who pays a visit to Alan's hospital bedside after Alan suffers a minor heart attack.

    TV-NR 22min April 30, 2012
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    23. The Straw In My Donut Hole On the 200th episode, Alan is showered with love and affection upon returning from the hospital, but Zoey isn't so sure it's deserved. Seinfeld's JASON ALEXANDER guest stars.

    TV-NR 22min May 7, 2012
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    24. Oh look! Al-Qaeda! Jake is pressured to make a decision about his future on the ninth season finale. Comedian Patton Oswalt returns as Walden's ex-business partner, Billy.

    TV-NR 22min May 14, 2012

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Genres Comedy
Director James Widdoes
Supporting actors Angus T. Jones, Conchata Ferrell, Marin Hinkle, Holland Taylor, Jenna Elfman, Thomas Gibson, John Stamos, Tricia Helfer, Katherine LaNasa, Jenny McCarthy, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Missi Pyle, Jeri Ryan, Jennifer Taylor, Liz Vassey, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Melanie Lynskey, Ryan Stiles
Season year 2012
Network CBS
Executive Producer Lee Aronsohn
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Dr. James Gardner VINE VOICE on August 7, 2012
Format: DVD
For 8 seasons "2 ½ Men" was one of the biggest shows on TV and garnered dozens of awards, including 4 People's Choice wins, and Emmy wins for editing, mixing, and supporting actor. Charlie Sheen was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2005 and 2006 and by the SAG in 2005 and 2010. Then the crash. Then the revival.

Is the new show as awful as some critics suggest? No, not when you compare it to the trash that passes for TV comedy these days (apologies to "Big Bang Theory" and "Two Broke Girls"). But when you look back at the previous 8 seasons, there has been a major drop in the quality of the writing and the acting.

It can't all be blamed on Ashton Kutcher, although one has to question whether or not you can take someone seriously when he continually appears naked and when so many jokes are made about the size of his penis. Really?! The "man boy" thing gets pretty tired.

Poor Jon Cryer has deteriorated not only as an actor, but his character on the show has changed to someone with no redeeming qualities. In the previous seasons he had a job, tried to relate to his son, and did his best to get along with his ex wives even though he was inept. Now he is simply a manipulative deadbeat. There's no humor there.

In past seasons lots of laughs could be counted on whenever Conchata Ferrell (the housekeeper), Holland Taylor (the mother), and Melanie Lynskey (Rose, the stalker) showed up. In Season 9 we never see Rose, rarely see the mother, and the housekeeper's character has also deteriorated greatly. She simply isn't funny anymore.

About the only good thing in Season 9 is that Angus T Jones seems to have come into his own, and his scenes are finally funny, after several seasons of blah.

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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By AS on January 10, 2012
a short conclusion after the first two shows: stupid story, bad jokes

i'll stop watching season nine. the real "two and a half men" sitcom ends with season eight.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DanijelZX on November 12, 2012
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Where once stood a funny sitcom about single life, seduction and relationship, which was accompanied with brilliant black humor, sarcasm and funny puns,
now stand a rubbish sitcom with a stoned teen, a billionaire without brain and balls ... and Alen, antisocial than ever, accompanied with cheap fart- and penisjokes.
And if that does not work, then we show Ashton naked for the umpteenth time. Yes THIS is always funny. :/

With the 9th Season "Charlie Harper" wasn't the only one who has died.

Honestly your money is better spent if you take it, put it into a rocket and shoot it to space.

All that's left to do now is to drink, until the part of the brain that creates mental pictures of this season is dead. ;)
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31 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Craig on November 1, 2011
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This show was Charlie Sheen's stage. Without him, it's just another annoying sit-com. Watched the first two shows (I mean commercials for the Fisker Karma) and as much as I wanted it to work out, Ashton Kutcher just butchered it. I really like Angus T. Jones and Conchita Ferrell and it was just getting interesting again having Rose back in the picture. Sad to see this sit-com bite the dust, but bite the dust it did, and hard.
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38 of 50 people found the following review helpful By N. Joseph on June 25, 2012
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It is a damn shame this gem of a sitcom came to its bitter conclusion with the death of Charlie Harper. I am sure something could have been done to ease the tensions between Sheen and the producers so that everyone could have remained in their element. Adding Kutcher to the mix not only killed off Sheen's character, but it also killed one of the best sitcoms on American television. Kutcher is a lousy actor in just about every direction and was a bad choice for a replacement. Sheen cannot be replaced-simple as that! I have stopped watching it because it hurts too much to look at the cast that makes up the Harper family and their quirky friends degrade themselves. It is NOT FUNNY ANYMORE! The stories are scattered and the dialogue is stupid. Having Kutcher strip every now and then just for laughs is just plain vulgar. Please do buy and watch seasons 1-8 and leave well enough alone. It's best to remember this show for the brilliant comedic talent that entertained us loyal fans for eight terrific years.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By IwanttobeKateMarasBITCH on September 14, 2012
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Well I agree with most posters that Two and a Half Men did seem to die with Charlie Sheen's exit and the demise of his character. It definatley is NOT the same show. I really, really tried to give it a chance. Ashton Kutcher in my opinion, is really not that funny and certainly was not as funny as Charlie Sheen. Alot of what made the original Two and a Half Men so funny, was Charlie's womanizing, and drunkin ways and how the rest of the characters had to suffer...especially Alan which was downright hilarious. Ashton as Walden seems annoying and there is no laughter there..as I said my opinion.

Also alot of comments talked about Jon Cryer and how his character has gotten worse and I agree. There is one thing leeching off your brother but a stranger? anyway the thing I think what also made the original(yes i will call it that)better, is that Sheen and Cryer really seemed to have a great chemistry with each other. I don't seem to get that with Cryer and Kutcher and one poster said that the show should be now called "Alan and two knuckleheads" which is funny. Though I will pass on this one...I would rather stick with the original and as my title says, glad I own seasons 1-8 with CHARLIE.
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