An anger management therapist who may need help himself, wreaks havoc on the lives of his patients.
|"Charlie and the Re-Virginized Hooker" Charlie keeps choosing sex over work; Jordan convinces his girlfriend to cut him off for six months; the guys in the support group give Lacey's apartment a makeover. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie Catches Jordan in the Act" Charlie goes ballistic when a drunk Jordan makes out with a prisoner; Sean helps Patrick make an audition video for a designer reality show. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie Gets in Bed With Jordan's Ex" Charlie gets between Jordan and her ex-husband. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie's Living the Dream" Charlie becomes trapped in a wild dream where he can't distinguish between what's real and what's not. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie Meets His Match" A matchmaker sets up Charlie and Sean with the wrong dates. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie and the Epic Relationship Fail" Charlie interferes with Lacey and Nolan's love life and gets Nolan kidnapped by prisoners. (Repeat)||FX|
|"Charlie Dates a Serial Killer's Sister" Charlie begins dating a woman, not knowing that her brother is a serial killer from his prison support group. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie and the Cheating Patient" Charlie suspects Jen's boyfriend is cheating on her with his patient; Ed and Patrick help Nolan after his apartment gets robbed. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie and the Hit and Run" Charlie has to deal with the aftermath when his dad moves in with his patient and they hit someone with their car; Lacey takes Nolan out for a night of clubbing. (Repeat)||WWOR|
|"Charlie and the Virgin" Charlie mistakenly becomes a sex surrogate for one of Kate's patients; Jennifer gets upset when Sam gets a tattoo. (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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