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Two and A Half Men - The Complete Fifth Season
- Two And A Half Men

Overview - Charlie Sheen takes a starring role in TWO AND A HALF MEN, a genial CBS comedy about a dysfunctional family. Sheen plays Charlie Harper, who enjoys the bachelor life in his Malibu beach house. His existence consists of an endless stream of partying and dating until his brother, Alan (Jon Cryer), moves in with him.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Charlie Sheen takes a starring role in TWO AND A HALF MEN, a genial CBS comedy about a dysfunctional family. Sheen plays Charlie Harper, who enjoys the bachelor life in his Malibu beach house. His existence consists of an endless stream of partying and dating until his brother, Alan (Jon Cryer), moves in with him. Alan's life has fallen apart after a separation from his wife, but he still has custody of his young son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), who also moves into Charlie's home. Supporting characters include Alan's crazy ex-wife, Charlie and Alan's overbearing mother, and their sharp-tongued housekeeper, Berta. The makeshift family formed by Charlie, Alan, and Jake provides plenty of laughs and a few poignant moments. In this complete fifth season of episodes, Charlie finds an unlikely career as a crooner of children's songs, and Alan continues his obstacle-laden search for love.

Cast List

Charlie Sheen - Actor, TWO AND A HALF MEN
Jon Cryer - American actor, TWO AND A HALF MEN
Angus T. Jones - Actor, SEE SPOT RUN (2001), TWO AND HALF MEN
Holland Taylor - American supporting actress
Conchata Ferrell - American actress, TWO AND A HALF MEN

 
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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 437
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929057726
  • Genre: Television: Series
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: September 2014

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