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Two and a Half Men

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

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

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)

07:00 PM
"Prostitutes and Gelato"  Charlie and Alan must confront their "daddy issues" when Evelyn's new boyfriend invites them to Las Vegas on his private jet.  (Repeat) WPIX
07:30 PM
"Large Birds, Spiders and Mom"  Charlie and Alan try to prepare Jake for his first day of junior high.  (Repeat) WPIX
10:00 AM
"Santa's Village of the Damned"  Alan dates a controlling woman who takes over the house during the Christmas holidays.  (Repeat) FX
10:30 AM
"That Special Tug"  Alan's emotional breakdown after dropping Jake off for a weekend away sends Charlie to a therapist.  (Repeat) FX
11:00 AM
"Humiliation Is a Visual Medium"  Charlie must deal with the challenges of a committed relationship that is not based on sex.  (Repeat) FX
11:30 AM
"Love Isn't Blind, It's Retarded"  Charlie plans a romantic date with Mia in hopes of consummating their relationship; Alan starts dating Charlie's most recent ex-girlfriend.  (Repeat) FX
06:00 PM
"Pilot"  Charlie's life turns upside down when his brother and nephew move in; at the supermarket, Charlie discovers he can use 10-year-old Jake to attract women.  (Repeat) WSBK
06:30 PM
"Big Flappy Bastards"  Charlie doesn't know how to discipline Jake for luring a flock of sea gulls into his room; Judith surprises Alan when he goes home to fix her sprinklers.  (Repeat) WSBK
09:00 PM
"That Darn Priest"  Rose discovers Alan's Ponzi scheme; Alan meets Rose's "husband"; Charlie tries to get time alone with Rose.  (Repeat) WPIX
09:30 PM
"Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt"  After saying goodbye to the late Charlie Harper, Alan meets Walden Schmidt, a broken-hearted billionaire.  (Repeat) WPIX
Two and a Half Men

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
Amber Tamblyn as Jenny
Angus t. Jones as Jake
Holland Taylor as Evelyn
Marin Hinkle as Judith
Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.