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Two and a Half Men

The social interactions of a group of misfits, including a divorcee and an Internet billionaire. 

Cast:
Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Conchata Ferrell, Edan Alexander, Amber Tamblyn, Angus t. Jones, Holland Taylor, Marin Hinkle, Charlie Sheen, Melanie Lynskey, April Bowlby

Crew:
Chuck Lorre (Executive Producer), Don Reo (Executive Producer), Jim Patterson (Executive Producer), Chuck Lorre (Writer), Lee Aronsohn (Writer), Don Reo (Writer), Jim Patterson (Writer), James Widdoes (Director), Tim Kelleher (Writer), Jim Vallely (Writer), Matt Ross (Writer), Max Searle (Writer), Steve Tompkins (Writer), Warren Bell (Writer), Jeff Lowell (Writer), Nathan Chetty (Writer), Saladin k. Patterson (Writer), Steve Thompkins (Writer), Maria Pearce (Writer), Jon Cryer (Director), Susan Mcmartin (Writer), Leslie Schapira (Writer), Jim Valley (Writer), Jon Cryer (Writer), Alissa Neubauer (Writer), Matt Searle (Writer), Lee Aronsohn (Executive Producer), Eric Tannenbaum (Executive Producer), Kim Tannenbaum (Executive Producer), Mark Burg (Executive Producer), Oren Koules (Executive Producer), Eddie Gorodetsky (Writer), Gemma Baker (Writer), Nick Bakay (Writer), Susan Beavers (Writer), Ashton Kutcher (Writer), David Richardson (Writer), Andrew Aronsohn (Writer), Don Foster (Writer), Mark Roberts (Writer), Lee Aronsohn (Director), Sid Youngers (Writer), Mark Roberts (Director), Jeff Melman (Director), Jean Sagal (Director), Carol Mendelsohn (Writer), Naren Shankar (Writer), Sarah Goldfinger (Writer), Evan Dunsky (Writer), Joel Zwick (Director), Ted Wass (Director), Jerry Zaks (Director), Gary Halvorson (Director), Andrew Weyman (Director), Bill Prady (Writer), Rob Schiller (Director), Asaad Kelada (Director), Gary Halverson (Director), J.d. Lobue (Director), Pamela Fryman (Director), Jeff Abugov (Director), Jeff Abugov (Writer), Gail Mancuso (Director), Bob Berlinger (Director), Brad Berlinger (Director), Andy Ackerman (Director), Chuck Lorre (Director), Jay Sandrich (Director), James Burrows (Director)

4/22/15
04:30 PM
"Back Off Mary Poppins"  Alan learns that Charlie belongs to an exclusive men's group, and he begs his brother to let him join.  (Repeat) FX
4/22/15
05:00 PM
"Enjoy Those Garlic Balls"  Judith is dating Jake's pediatrician, and Alan is upset until Charlie points out that if she remarries, his alimony payments will end.  (Repeat) FX
4/22/15
06:00 PM
"Don't Worry, Speed Racer"  When Jake tells Charlie and Alan that he often overhears Judith and Herb making out, it triggers a repressed memory for Charlie.  (Repeat) WSBK
4/22/15
06:30 PM
"That's Summer Sausage, Not Salami"  Charlie has second thoughts after setting Alan up with their new neighbor.  (Repeat) WSBK
4/22/15
07:00 PM
"Don't Worry, Speed Racer"  When Jake tells Charlie and Alan that he often overhears Judith and Herb making out, it triggers a repressed memory for Charlie.  (Repeat) WPIX
4/22/15
07:30 PM
"That's Summer Sausage, Not Salami"  Charlie has second thoughts after setting Alan up with their new neighbor.  (Repeat) WPIX
4/23/15
04:30 PM
"A Bag Full of Jawea"  Charlie tries to save Jake from school suspension by romancing his teacher, but the results are unfortunate.  (Repeat) FX
4/23/15
05:00 PM
"Go Get Mommy's Bra"  Charlie's mother, Evelyn, asks to borrow his Mercedes so she can impress a Saudi prince who she wants to buy real estate.  (Repeat) FX
4/23/15
06:00 PM
"My Damn Stalker"  Charlie must face his feelings when Rose announces she is moving to London; Alan fudges his online dating profile, only to wind up with a fellow profile-embellisher.  (Repeat) WSBK
4/23/15
06:30 PM
"Young People Have Phlegm Too"  A more mature woman helps rebuild Charlie's ego after he becomes insecure about his age.  (Repeat) WSBK
Two and a Half Men

Premise
Chiropractor and single father Alan Harper lives in a beachfront house with divorced Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, who bought the house following the untimely death of Alan's brother, Charlie. As they acclimate to their living arrangement, the tightly wound Alan finds himself taking on a mentor role with Walden, whose lifelong dependence on being taken care of has left him a bit naive. Despite his unsuccessful romantic history, Alan also tries to help Walden overcome his limited experiences with dating. Berta, a sharp-tongued, unapologetic housekeeper, is also featured in the series.

Current cast
Ashton Kutcher as Walden Schmidt
Jon Cryer as Alan Harper
Conchata Ferrell as Berta
Edan Alexander as Louis

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.