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Two and a Half Men: Season 9

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Two and a Half Men: The Complete Ninth Season

The multi-talented Ashton Kutcher, whose success spans film, television and social media, joins the cast of the Emmy® Award–nominated TWO AND A HALF MEN as the hit comedy series returns for its ninth season, continuing the laughs about men, women, sex, dating, divorce, mothers, single parenthood, surrogate families, money and, most importantly, love. Playing Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, Kutcher (That '70s Show) joins Jon Cryer as the tightly wound Alan Harper, Angus T. Jones as Alan's laidback son, Jake Harper, Holland Taylor as Alan's narcissistic mother, Evelyn Harper, Marin Hinkle as Alan's neurotic ex-wife Judith Harper and Conchata Ferrell as the brash and blue-collar Berta on the top-rated series. Revamped and re-energized, the newly "manned" sitcom was created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn.

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Season nine of Two and a Half Men marks a sea change--original star Charlie Sheen was fired for off-screen antics and was replaced by Ashton Kutcher. Fans of Sheen may be a bit slow to warm to Kutcher's character and chemistry, but viewers who give him a chance will realize that he and the rest of the cast (the amazing Jon Cryer and all-grown-up Angus T. Jones) are taking Two and a Half Men in a creative, new, and yes, funny direction. Kutcher plays Walden Schmidt, an Internet magnate who buys the beach mansion where Alan (Cryer) and Jake (Jones) have lived. The next thing you know, the three have decided to live together and form a makeshift new family of guys to give rise to comedy. Is Kutcher as talented a deadpan cynic as Charlie (Sheen)? No, but his softer weirdness helps take the cast and storylines in fresh new directions--something Two and a Half Men, after eight seasons, truly needed. Fans will not want to miss the long documentary/interview with show creator Chuck Lorre and the cast and writers about the "real story" behind the changes in the show (which necessitated the "death" of the character of Charlie). Also included is a feature on the "redesign" of the mansion set, which is a fascinating look at just how on-screen magic is created. Finally, there's a gag reel that should lay to rest any doubt that this new cast is having the time of their lives. Long live Men! --A.T. Hurley

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  • Actors: Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher, Angus T. Jones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 28, 2012
  • Run Time: 528 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005FISCFW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,293 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Dr. James Gardner VINE VOICE on August 7, 2012
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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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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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The producers might not want to admit but without Charlie S. Two and a Half Men just isn't a good TV program.

The character of Alan has become absolutely sickening. He no longer even bothers to work and spends most of his air time in white underwear. Just admit the mistake and cancel this program.
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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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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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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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I made the mistake of watching the first episode of season 10 first so perhaps I was tainted before I saw this episode. I downloaded this one because I was interested in finding out how easy it was to integrate Ashton into Charlie's shadow. The funeral scene seemed more like the writer's were intentionally slamming sheen himself, for revenge or spite because it sure wasn't for humor. Ashton's character is not sympathetic in the least. If I wanted to see pot humor I'd watch old Cheech and Chong movies, at least they're funny. So far, this show sucks but I suppose when you have as much money as a major network, you can throw away money on two or three seasons of pure crap before someone in management realizes the dog they've been feeding.
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