Oct 10, 2011
This new Kutchered season of Two and a Half Men has left me very disappointed. I haven’t given up on the show, however. There is simply too much talent on the show for it not to succeed. They’ve just not come up with the right material.
Watching Courtney (Jenny McCarthy) drop by to hook up with Walden (Ashton Kutcher) was a little surprising. It made a lot of sense, however. She was the perfect woman for Walden in ... Read More
Oct 4, 2011
If I were a CBS network exec, I'd be incredibly disappointed by what Chuck Lorre and his gang have put together so far this season. Beyond the season premiere and the goodbye to Charlie (Harper and Sheen), there hasn't been much to laugh about.
In "Big Girls Don't Throw Food", we got to see exactly why Bridget (Judy Greer) doesn't want to be married to Walden (Ashton Kutcher) any longer. He REALLY is a child. That food fight at Soup ... Read More
Oct 2, 2011
Now that we got to see who Charlie Sheen was going to be replaced by, it was time to see just where the producers wanted to take the show with Ashton Kutcher in the new role as Walden Schmidt. It's just a little slow going.
In "People Who Love Peepholes", the writers didn't advance the story very much. We were able to meet Walden's wife, Bridget (Judy Greer), but that was the biggest development. Sure, Alan (Jon Cryer) was able ... Read More
Sep 20, 2011
Prior to all of the Charlie Sheen news surrounding his meltdown, firing, and lawsuit, I had actually seen a few episodes of Two and a Half Men. I’ve since seen several more episodes thanks to the show’s syndication on FX and have genuinely enjoyed the show.
We all knew how Charlie was supposed to have died because of leaked information, but that was okay to me. Learning how Charlie was supposed to have died on the show (struck by a train) ... Read More