An anger management therapist who may need help himself, wreaks havoc on the lives of his patients.
|"Charlie and Kate Horse Around" When Sam finds out that her favorite horse is in equine therapy, Charlie uses that as a bonding exercise for his group. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie's Patients Hook Up" Charlie inadvertently puts two patients together in a romantic relationship. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie Dates a Teacher" Charlie gets involved with Sam's English teacher, he thinks her bad grade is based on his poor sexual performance. Lacey starts to have elicit romantic dreams about both Kate and Charlie. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie Dates Crazy, Sexy, Angry" Charlie dates Jennifer's business partner and finds out she has sexual anger issues; the support group tries to find a rich boyfriend for Lacey. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie and Kate's Dirty Pictures" Charlie manages to persuade Kate to take Nolan on as her PA, but Nolan discovers more than Charlie would like to know. Meanwhile, Lacey is having problems in prison. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie Lets Kate Take Charge" Charlie lets his father help him coach a high school baseball team; Kate takes over Charlie's group during his coaching gig. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie and the Epic Relationship Fail" Charlie interferes with Lacey and Nolan's love life and gets Nolan kidnapped by prisoners. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie Gets Tied Up With a Catholic Girl" Charlie's father sets him up with a hot, but quiet Catholic girl who turns out to be too wild, even for Charlie. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie & the 100th Episode" Charlie has to make a decision between keeping his group and being a sports psychologist for a baseball team. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie and the Sexy Swing Vote" Charlie and Jordan hire a hot tie-breaker to work as their associate on the prison clinic program. (Repeat)||WWOR|
Following his tumultuous, and highly publicized, departure from hit sitcom ``Two and a Half Men,'' Charlie Sheen returns to series television in this comedy loosely based on the 2003 Adam Sandler film ``Anger Management.'' Sheen stars as Charlie, a former professional baseball player whose career was ended by an injury caused by his anger issues. Charlie went back to school after his playing career ended and now works as a therapist who specializes in anger management. In addition to weekly sessions with his primary group of patients, Charlie does pro bono counseling for a group of inmates at a state prison. Even though he now helps others control their anger problems, Charlie continues to battle his own anger issues. Complicating his life are his relationships with his own therapist -- his ex-wife, whose positive outlook frustrates Charlie -- and his teenage daughter, who has obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Charlie Sheen as Charlie Goodson
Shawnee Smith as Jennifer Goodson
Michael Arden as Patrick
Noureen Dewulf as Lacey
Derek Richardson as Nolan
Brian Green as Sean
Laura bell Bundy as Jordan
Barry Corbin as Ed
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