Save Big On Open-Box & Preowned: Buy "Two and a Half Men: Season 7” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save 71% off the $44.98 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all Open-Box & Preowned offers from Amazon Warehouse Deals.
Two and a Half Men: Season 7
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Though it's kind of sweet to see Charlie swooning over a woman he's crazy about, the show's best episodes are the ones where she rejects him. That's right. After all the years Charlie has tossed women aside, he finally gets a little comeuppance--though Chelsea is much kinder than he ever was. When viewers see a real man--not a boy in a man's body like Charlie--lavish love and attention on her, it's hard to be too sad for Charlie. Still, there is a Las Vegas wedding. Whose it is, though, may be surprising. The three-disc set includes all 22 episodes of the seventh season, which originally aired during 2009-2010. Besides the ubiquitous gag reel, the other special feature is "A Charlie Harper Ex Reunion"--a segment that features Charlie's many, many ex-girlfriends dishing about what they liked (and disliked) about the womanizing charmer. Guest stars this season include Eddie Van Halen, Carl Reiner, and John Amos. --Jae-Ha Kim
Top Customer Reviews
I must admit, I never thought that Charlie was acting, just being himself. Alan plays off Charlie brilliantly and the timing of the entire cast is just wonderful. A show not to be missed by anyone with a good sense of humor!
It is hard to think of a better snapshot of the barrenness of contemporary life than this series. The DVD should be stuffed into a capsule and sent off into space as a warning to other civilizations on other worlds.
The season mostly revolves around Charlie's on again off again relationship with his fiancee Chelsea. First he is tempted by his previous fiancee Mia, and then Chelsea is tempted by a lawyer "Who is everything that Charlie isn't". There are also complications in the relationship when Charlie has an affair with Chelsea's best friend). Stacy Keach (who plays Chelsea's father) and John Amos are absolutely hilarious in the series, cast as gay lovers.
Alan's adventures are also revolve around the women in his life. His old girlfriend Melissa comes back, and even moves into Charlie's beach pad for a short time. Then Alan has a series of dating disasters, the funniest occurs when he tries out a spray on hair product. He ends up with a new girlfried - a mother of Jakes first male friend in the series. The kid's a brat and the mother is no bargin, but I guess Alan figures beggars can't be choosers.
Jake has a few episodes dedicated to him. One in which Charlie gives him really bad advice, that ends his relationship, and another where the Arguing between Charlie and Alan becomes intolerable and embarrasing for him, and he decides he doesn't want to come to Charlie house anymore.
The most bizarre episode in this season involves a threesome, where Charlie and Alan get so hammered that they end up waking up in bed together with a girl the had met in the bar the previous night. The flashbacks are disturbingly funny. The same woman shows up later in the series in a different role, as Charlies new wife. Yes! Charlie finally get married, or does he?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best ever when I'm sad watch Charlie he makes me laugh love the showPublished 3 days ago by sandra rajnauth
I stopped watching this show once Charlie Sheen left, lol. He MADE the show in my opinion. Season 7 is great. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sandra Hamer
seemed like there should have been more shows on the discs, but this is probably about the time Charlie had the falling out with the producersPublished 2 months ago by r n
Set up an Amazon Giveaway
What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?
Look for Similar Items by Category
- Movies & TV > Boxed Sets > Comedy
- Movies & TV > Boxed Sets > Television
- Movies & TV > Genre for Featured Categories > Comedy
- Movies & TV > Studio Specials > Warner Home Video > All Titles
- Movies & TV > Studio Specials > Warner Home Video > Comedy
- Movies & TV > Studio Specials > Warner Home Video > Television
- Movies & TV > TV