REVIEW: TWO AND A HALF MEN – SEASON 3

Starring

Charlie Sheen (Hot Shots)
Jon Cryer (Supergirl)
Angus T. Jones (Bringing Down The House)
Marin Hinkle (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle)
Conchata Ferrell (Krampus)
Holland Taylor (D.E.B.S.)

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Recurring / Notable Guest Cast

Candace Kita (Masked Rider)
Melanie Lynskey (Heavenly Creatures)
Jodi Lyn O’Keefe (The Vampire Diaries)
Martin Sheen (The Amazing Spider-Man)
June Squibb (About Schmidt)
Emmanuelle Vaugier (Human Target)
Cloris Leachman (Spanglish)
April Bowlby (Doom Patrol)
Rebecca McFarland (Scream 2)
Josie Davis (The Hot Seat)
Valerie Azlynn (Julia X)
J.D. Walsh (The Amazing Spider-Man 2)
Brian Thomas Smith (The Big Bang Theory)
Jon Lovitz (Hotel Transylvania)
Loren Lester (Batman: TAS)
Gail O’Grady (NYPD BLue)
Diane Delano (Jeepers Creepers 2)
Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: TLJ)
Julia Campbell (Dexter)
Stephanie Brown (Molly’s Girl)
Raymond Ma (Old School)

MV5BNzM4NzIxODgwNl5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMzUzMjg3MjE@._V1_Season three is another fun set of episodes with two and a half of America’s funniest bachelors. The season has several classic, over-the-top episodes that include Charlie dating a cultist, Alan dating a grandmother, Jake taking ballet, and Rose’s dad entering the picture. There are also some good all-around developments for the cast. Notably, Charlie gives up on his bachelor lifestyle after meeting the perfect woman.MV5BYjM5YzNjMmEtZTZmNy00YmE5LTg4MzctMGZjMTUyOTcyZmRhXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNTQ0NDExMjQ@._V1_The season kicks off with “Weekend in Bangkok With Two Olympic Gymnasts”. Charlie tries to prove his value as a responsible adult. He agrees to run Alan’s office while he goes to a school appointment for Jake. Of course, Charlie makes a muck of things and Alan freaks out. This aspect is not a new development, as pretty much the entire show has centered on the conflict between Charlie’s carefree personality and Alan’s neurotic behavior.MV5BMjVlMTM3MTAtNjY4OS00YTNmLTg0OTctOGZhYjQ1NGY1Y2EzXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNTQ0NDExMjQ@._V1_The season gets better and better. The pinnacle occurs with episode six, “Hi, Mr. Horned One”. This episode has a goofy undertone. Charlie spends a ravenous few days with Isabella. She is an indifferent girl with ties to the underworld. When she meets Alan, they do not click. She puts a curse on him. It is a ridiculous episode that ends with on a great note. The next episode is “Sleep Tight, Puddin’ Pop”. This episode has classic written all over it. The real strength comes from the guest star Marin Sheen. After Charlie gets drunk and wakes up with Rose in his bed, Rose’s father (Martin Sheen) demands to know Charlie’s intentions for his daughter. But after meeting Evelyn, Rose’s dad becomes obsessed with her and moves in — father like daughter. It is a great episode with an awesome performance from Martin Sheen, who fits the show like a glove.MV5BMjIxODU2OTI0N15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMjczMjg3MjE@._V1_The next two episodes are also great and worth noting. In “That Voodoo That I Do Do”, Charlie meets Mia (Emmanuelle Vaugier), the woman of his dreams, who resists his charm. Charlie ties to win her over and fails. Eventually, he learns that she is a ballet teacher. To get on her good side, he pays Jake to take ballet lessons from her. The situation is simply funny and even kookier as Jake falls for her too. “Madame and Her Special Friend” has Alan at the center of an old tale. After trying to smooth things between Charlie and senior citizen neighbor Norma, Alan befriends her. One thing leads to another and he finds himself in an odd position as her young lover. Alan weighs his pride against material goods. He can have his own building dedicated to chiropractics; the catch, he has to sleep with her.MV5BMTg4MjYxNjYxNF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMjIzMjg3MjE@._V1_Overall, it is a solid season that has a lot of laughs and fun for everyone to enjoy.

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