Two and a Half Men - Season 4
  • Two and a Half Men - Season 4
  • Two and a Half Men - Season 4

Two and a Half Men - Season 4

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Cast: Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones

     
 

The fourth, Emmy-winning season of the CBS hit Two and Half Men starts with a shock -- Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) is getting divorced, again -- and ends with a rock: That is, the diamond Evelyn Harper's new boyfriend wants to put on her finger, ensuring mixed emotions for Alan and his brother, Charlie (Charlie Sheen). In between, Charlie's hip Malibu beach…  See more details below

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The fourth, Emmy-winning season of the CBS hit Two and Half Men starts with a shock -- Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) is getting divorced, again -- and ends with a rock: That is, the diamond Evelyn Harper's new boyfriend wants to put on her finger, ensuring mixed emotions for Alan and his brother, Charlie (Charlie Sheen). In between, Charlie's hip Malibu beach pad is the place for laughs, gorgeous girls, single parenthood, celebrity neighbors, family, and more laughs. Charlie has a close encounter with his long-deceased dad. Alan, after a few resume embellishments, tries online dating. Jake (Angus T. Jones) swaps his Harry Potter posters for the joys of hottie wall art. Join the fun. Share the good life with everyone's favorite manly men. All 24 episodes of Season 4 (2006-7) are included here, along with commentaries, a featurette, and a gag reel.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/2008
UPC:
0883929017911
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sales rank:
12,347

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
from purchase standpoint to shipping I received our video very quickly and i would purchase with barnes and noble again
BermudaScribe More than 1 year ago
Very easy to tell the actors had settled into their roles comfortably, and the laughs in Season 4 were non-stop. Highly recommended for comedy fans and non-fans alike. While hardly "real life" (then again, what show on TV is?), everyone who has an older or younger brother can appreciate both the family bond and the natural competitiveness that Charlie and Allan have with each other.
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