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Two and a Half Men, Season 11HDClosed Captioning

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Emmy® winner Jon Cryer stars alongside the multitalented Ashton Kutcher in the Emmy®-nominated Two and a Half Men as the hit comedy series returns for its 11th season. Another year of bachelorhood brought many new adventures for roommates Walden Schmidt (Kutcher) and Alan Harper (Cryer), living in the Malibu beach house now owned by Walden, an Internet billionaire. After his girlfriend turned down his marriage proposal, Walden was thrown back into the dating world in a serious way. He even got invited to a threesome with Alan and his girlfriend, Lindsey (guest star Courtney Thorne-Smith), and created a false identity to find a girl who wasn’t after his money. The guys may have thought things were going to slow down once Alan’s son, Jake, got transferred by the Army to Japan, but they’re about to be proven wrong when a niece of Alan’s, who shares more than a few characteristics with her father, shows up at the beach house.

Customer Reviews

Cancel the show PLEASE!!!!!!

Its called Two and a half men not One and a half men and a lesbian

Spiraling downward

The downward spiral of 2.5 men is shameless. The show has turned from smart innuendo to sex in your face. Enough already. Go back to witty banter and try a new story line without the constant focus on sex.

Please stop.

They need to stop trying to make this show still work — once you have lost not one but TWO of the three leads, and try to replace them, the show needs to end. If it had just gone off the air a few years back, it could have finished as a respectable comedy, which it definitely isn’t now.