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Two and a Half Men: Season 5
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The Emmy®-winning laughfest continues with another sensational season as television's leading comedy. With Jake (Angus T. Jones) now entering junior high school, his dad, Alan (Jon Cryer), reliving his high school dating history and Charlie (Charlie Sheen) finally maturing a little himself, will there be room for three men in Charlie's Malibu beach pad? In addition to all the usual domestic comedy chaos, the fifth season features a lavish wedding between Evelyn (Holland Taylor) and her mysterious fiancé (Robert Wagner), a murder, a crossover "CSI" episode and the series landmark 100th episode featuring the return of Charlie's longtime stalker/soulmate Rose (Melanie Lynskey). With guest stars that also include ER's Ming-Na Wen, Jenny McCarthy and more, you won't want to miss a single episode from this hilarious fun-filled season.]]>
One delightful aspect of the extras is the inclusion of an episode of CSI that was written by the Two and a Half Men writers, as well as an episode of Two and a Half Men that was written by the CSI writers. These ""swapped"" episodes are entertaining, but it’s even more fascinating to watch the behind-the-scenes interviews with the writers and producers about how each set of writers approached the unfamiliar genre and the ways they tweaked the formats. --A.T. Hurley
- Two and a Half Men at 100
- The Lore of Chuck Lorre: Must Pause TV: the genesis and evolution of his vanity cards at the end of each episode
- Dying Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard: chronicling the crossover episodes between writing teams of Two and a Half Men and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
- Bonus episode: CSI Crime Scene Investigation--Two and a Half Deaths
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Roseanne was making a plug for women's rights and it centered on the fact that women were capable of doing just about anything. Sadly, in the late 80'ws and early 90's the methods she used were by making men seem like idiots. John Goodman is not only a brilliant actor and a man who clearly wanted out of his contract in season nine, managed to come across as a wonderful man; a feminist who refused to give up his maleness. Still, we watched Roseanne hit him in the head with a cast iron skillet one too many times. When Roseanna (who had a philosophy that any writer had one or two good season in him and then it was time to cut him loose- she was wrong) released Lorre, he went on to create Dharma and Greg, Becker, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory. Lorre manages to do well by surrounding himself with outstanding people and allowing them to do their jobs. There is plenty of laughter on the set and Charlie Sheen aside, there are no "stars" on his shows. The Big Bang Theory is an excellent example of ensemble work we haven't seen since Marta Kaufman and David Crane gave us "Friends."
Two and a Half Men is about two unmarried brothers. Charlie (played by Charlie Sheen), two years older, who has managed a career as a musician writing jingles for advertising- bringing in vast amounts of money, a house on Malibu Beach and an endless supply of single malt scotch.Read more ›
Now, as far as my review for Season 5 of TAAHM... This is when things starting going downhill. Season 4 was the best season to me. But season 5 wasn't even close in terms of being funny.