Articles for Two and a Half Men Season 6

Last week we saw the sixth season premiere of Two and a Half Men, which stars Charlie Sheen as the bachelor whose life turns upside down when his newly separated brother Alan (Jon Cryer) and his son Jake (Angus T. Jones) move into his pad.  The premiere followed Charlie as he encountered a former lover whose son looks a lot like him.  He soon got worked up by the possibility that the kid was his, considering that he saw himself as the most eligible bachelor in Malibu.Tonight, the fun continues with Episode 6.02, titled “Forty Dollars.” Read more »
Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-nominated series Two and a Half Men boasts of a small but unique cast that brings together Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Holland Taylor in a comedy series that has spanned five seasons, with its sixth beginning a few weeks ago.  Tonight, we’ll get to see the gang come back for Episode 6.03, “Damn You, Eggs Benedict,” which sees Charlie attempting to cook while Alan tries dating two women at the same time.Two and a Half Men is created by Chuck Lorre, the man behind another successful comedy series, The Big Bang Theory.  He brings together the wonderful mix of great actors with the ability to create dynamism through comedy and laughter.  The show boasts of a cast that includes Holland Taylor, one of the most revered actresses in television today. Read more »
I‘ll say it.  Emilio Estevez should be more famous than his brother.  However, while Emilio‘s acting career has more or less dwindled into oblivion (this may be by choice, but still), brother Charlie Sheen is the highest paid actor in television (he‘d probably be the highest paid person on TV if it wasn‘t for that limey curmudgeon Simon Cowell).  Emilio was an original member of the Brat Pack, starred in The Breakfast Club and St. Elmo‘s Fire, had a resurgence in the nineties with The Mighty Ducks, and has since faded away.  He wrote and directed his pet project Bobby a couple of years back, to solid reviews, and he‘s got a new movie he‘s going to write and direct, called The Public, slated for next year.  However, he‘s decided to go in front of the screen again, and he‘ll do it alongside his brother Charlie.  It was announced today that Emilio Estevez will guest star on an episode of Two and a Half Men later this season.  Read more »
Last night‘s episode of Two and a Half Men saw a family affair as the Harper brothers got a visit from one actor‘s real-life sibling.  As reported previously, Emilio Estevez signed on to guest star on the CBS sitcom to play old a womanizing friend, whose death makes Charlie take a hard look at his own reckless lifestyle."The character was designed to be an old friend of Charlie‘s who shared a lot of his decadent traits," exec producer Chuck Lorre said.  "It seemed like a natural fit to have a family member who knows Charlie very well play that role." Read more »
BuddyTV‘s running a special feature on all of the wonderfully unique families on TV. Within the feature, there‘s a chance to win a flat-screen TV as well as a couple of Showtime prize packages with DVD sets for Dexter season 2, Penn & Teller: BS! season 5, Californication season 1, The L Word season 5, and The Tudors season 1. TV families always seem to be more interesting than our own. In fact, they‘re never normal. At one point or another, we‘ll all wished to be a part of some imaginary clan. Something deep inside draws us to the craziness, the tenderness or the drama. So we salute all these unique TV families. Read more »