On the seventh season of the Emmy-winning sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” the majority of the episodes revolve around love. And the man nursing a heartache isn’t who you’d suspect. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) has always been a love-’em and leave-’em kind of guy. But now engaged to Chelsea, he wants to settle down. Wait, make that he wants to want to settle down.
In the third season of “Two and a Half Men,” the usually sensible Alan (Jon Cryer) ends up dating someone young enough to be his daughter, as well as a senior citizen old enough to be his mother.
Take a pair of bickering brothers, a precocious child, an ex-wife, and a meddling mother and you’ve got “Two and a Half Men.” In the sitcom’s sophomore year, which aired during the 2004-2005 television season, siblings Charlie (Charlie Sheen) and Alan (Jon Cryer) have their living situation somewhat under control.
September 29, 2004
Posted by: Jae-Ha Kim
Tags: Ben Affleck, Brad Pitt, Britney Spears, Catherine Zeta-Jones, celebrity marriages and divorces, Charlie Sheen, Denise Richards, divorce attorney, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Federline, Michael Douglas, Nicole Kidman, prenuptial agreements, Raoul Felder, Tom Cruise
Divorce attorney to the stars Raoul Felder once said a celebrity who doesn’t draw up a prenuptial agreement needs a psychiatrist, not a lawyer. After all, if your net worth was $32 million, would you marry a guy whose car was repossessed? OK, but say you’re Britney Spears and you really, really want to marry backup dancer Kevin Federline and think this love will last 4-ever!