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"Two and a Half Men" - Season - (7)
Reviewer:
Garrett Edward Godwin
Studio: Warner Brothers
Genre:
TV-Series
Release Date:
9/21/10
Special Features:

(See Below)

Review:

The seventh season of Two and a Half Men finds Charlie once again in a on/off relationship -- this time with Chelsea (Jennifer Bini Taylor), while his straight-arrow brother Alan (Jon Cryer, forever Pretty in Pink's Duckie) finds romance with Lyndsey MacElroy (Courtney Throne-Smith, Melrose Place, Ally McBeal, According to Jim), the hot mama of Jake (Angus T. Jones)'s best friend. ***

Most recently, the show has been known for Charlie Sheen's recent domestic problems with wife Brooke Mueller, so that probably means that fiction could be based on fact. His character, jingle writer Charlie Harper is a womanizer, playboy, and scoundrel that had two long-running relationships over the course of seven years. Charlie Sheen, on the other hand, was (probably still is) one of the legendary bad boys of Hollywood now (supposedly) tamed by the love of a good woman (first Denise Richards, and then his current wife). ***

Still, Sheen, Cryer, and Jones got the last laugh, as the series continues to remain the #1 comedy on television with Sheen signed through 2012 at an estimate $1.88 million per episode, Cryer winning the 2009 Supporting Actor Emmy in Comedy, and 17-year-old Jones becoming the highest-paid child actor that takes in $300,000 per episode that includes making $7.8 million over the next two years with a bonus of $500,000. ***

Special Features:

A Charlie Harper Ex Reunion Featurette/Gag Reel

Final Words:

Season seven of Two and a Half Men, Men, Men, Manly Men -- MEN! ... is currently available on DVD.

 

 
 
 
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