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Two and a Half Men: Season 6
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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.]]>
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
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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Funny on so many levels! Sheen is a master at comedic timing and exuding bad-boy sexuality with a mischievous grin.Published 1 month ago by Traveling1