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With: Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones, Conchata Ferrell, Holland Taylor, Marin Hinkle, Melanie Lynskey, Ryan Stiles, Jennifer Bini Taylor, Rena Sofer, Kelly Stables, Alicia Witt, Tinashe Kachingwe, Michael Clarke Duncan, Jon Polito, Emilio Estevez, James Earl Jones, Meagen Fay, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Martin Mull, Ryan Stiles, Carol Kane, Jane Lynch
Written by: Lee Aronsohn, Jim Patterson, Don Foster, Chuck Lorre, Mark Roberts, Eddie Gorodetsky, Susan Beavers, Don Foster, Sid Youngers
Directed by: James Widdoes, Jean Sagal, Jeff Melman, Jon Cryer, Mark Roberts, Lee Aronsohn
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 513
Date: 03/18/2013

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Sixth Season (2008)

3 Stars (out of 4)

Men to Boys

By Jeffrey M. Anderson

I like this half-hour sitcom, mainly because it subscribes to the "Married... with Children" edict: the more horrible and selfish the characters, the funnier they are. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) is a single, womanizing, freewheeling jingle writer whose life changes when his uptight brother Alan (Jon Cryer), and son Jake (Angus T. Jones) move in with him. Conchata Ferrell co-stars as the nosy, mean-spirited housekeeper Berta, who always speaks the harsh truth. Melanie Lynskey plays Rose, Charlie's stalker. Alan is apparently the moral center of the show, but he's also the least appealing character, and the show mercilessly makes fun of him. Occasionally characters learn lessons, but they return to the same formula the following week. By season six, Jake is 16, so he's not so cute anymore, but he does have more interesting teenage problems. Warner Home Video has released 24 episodes on four discs. There are featurettes on Jones and on the women of the show, plus a gag reel.

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