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Two and a Half Men: Season 6

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Two and a Half Men: The Complete Sixth Season (DVD)

Dont miss season six of the #1 comedy on television. Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones star in this comedy about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, sibling relations, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. More specifically, it's about two brothers Charlie (Sheen), a carefree bachelor with a house in Malibu and an easy way with women, and Alan (Cryer), his uptight housemate and Alan's son, Jake, who all live in the same house. Complicating matters further is Evelyn, the guys narcissistic, emotionally toxic mother; Judith, Alan's deeply neurotic ex-wife; and Berta their outspoken housekeeper. Despite the complexities of their own lives and their family relationship, Charlie and Alan have one thing in common they both love Jake and want what's best for him. As a result, they manage to create a little family unit that promises to make each of them a better man.

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The Emmy-winning sitcom Two and a Half Men hits a peak in both character development and comedy in its sixth season. Change is the key to the season's appeal, and specifically in regard to unrepentant bachelor Charlie (Charlie Sheen), who finally begins to see the error of his hedonistic ways--in "A Jock Strap in Hell," he discovers that his fling with nephew Jake's former teacher (Alicia Witt) has pushed her into stripping--and even approaches something like a monogamous relationship with the spunky Chelsea (guest star Jennifer Bini Taylor). The maturation of Charlie's character, albeit brief, is a welcome surprise for the show, which all too often abandoned the ingratiating interplay between its cast in favor of crass bedroom and bathroom jokes. However, for those who appreciate that aspect of Men's humor, fear not: there's plenty of it on hand in season 6, though stronger laughs can be found in the conflict between Jon Cryer's Alan, ex-wife Judith (Marin Hinkle), who's expecting her first daughter, and amiable new husband Herb, amusingly played by Drew Carey vet Ryan Stiles.

The four-disc set includes all 23 episodes of Men's sixth season, as well as several light and likable extras. Juvenile lead Angus T. Jones gets the spotlight in "Growing Up Harper," and his grounded, unaffected demeanor in the face of a hit show offers a refreshing alternative to the public's general feelings about young actors. Equally entertaining is "Let's Hear It for the Girls: The Women of Two and a Half Men," which gives welcome coverage to its female cast, including series utility players Melanie Lynskey and Conchata Ferrell. An amusing gag reel rounds out the supplemental features. --Paul Gaita


Special Features

Growing Up Harper: The Evolution of Jake Harper and the Talented Young Actor Who Portrays Him, Angus T. Jones The Women of Two and a Half Men: Let's Hear from the Girls Gag ReelGrowing Up Harper: The Evolution of Jake Harper and the Talented Young Actor Who Portrays Him, Angus T. Jones The Women of Two and a Half Men: Let's Hear from the Girls Gag ReelGrowing Up Harper: The Evolution of Jake Harper and the Talented Young Actor Who Portrays Him, Angus T. Jones The Women of Two and a Half Men: Let's Hear from the Girls Gag Reel

Product Details

  • Actors: Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Portuguese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner
  • DVD Release Date: September 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 528 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001L1S1WQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,964 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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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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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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I enjoy this show!!! I stopped watching after Charlie Sheen left. He "made" this show in my opinion. It is really soothing to me sometimes to be able to watch episode after episode if I want to. No commercials, no stress. I think there are about 18 or 20 episodes. Really good to have if you enjoyed this show. : D
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The sixth season is the best season of Two and a Half Men. Jane Lynch and Ryan Stiles are in several episodes and Judith has her baby in the last episode of the season. I have seen every episode of this show and they are all good. This is the only season I like enough to buy since the show is on tv all over the country most every day.
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At this writing, I have yet to receive this in the mail, but it is on its way. I'm not so much concerned about the condition of the case, as long as the DVDs work. I can say that because I am currently watching sixth season episodes on my local TV station, I can attest that some of the best episodes are in this sixth season. Meeting up with Miss Pasternak (from the second season, I believe) made for one of the best episodes on the package. Suffice it to say, the show, and its cast, had found its stride by this point. If memory serves, the sixth season also introduces Lyndsey (Courney Thorne-Smith) to the show. I would have watch a lot sooner, had I known this "Ally McBeal" veteran was on the show. Her son, Eldridge, becomes the "Beavis", to Jake's "Butt-Head". I recommend this season highly.
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I loved Two and a Half Men when Charlie was on. He has comedic talent and all of the cast worked very well together. Now with Ashton Kutcher, I can no longer watch. He's a decent actor, but he does not fit the show It's a very Good thing that I can BUY the episodes that I really LOVE!
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I'm a big fan of this show and own seasons one through five. Lots of classics, no question, and it's right up there with the classic sitcoms of the past few decades. But as I began watching the sixth season I could see that it was over, no question about it. Just the facts. But five years of great shows after coming out of the gate strong is nothing to scoff at. But season six? Skip it.
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