THE PLOT THUS FAR
The ninth season of Two and a Half Men comes with big changes – and even bigger laughs! When hopelessly nerdish Alan (Jon Cryer) and his son Jake (Angus T. Jones) encounter a nagging cash-flow problem, their solution is to sell their newly inherited beach pad to internet gazillionaire Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher). Soon, the three guys bond, form a substitute family, and experience all sorts of comedic exploits that audiences come to expect from this hilarious hit comedy!
WHAT WE THOUGHT
“Two and a Half Men” keeps happening to America. Honestly, CBS is the punishment that the vapid of this country deserve. There’s no forward movement and characters don’t evolve. Hell, it’s pretty interchangeable with the rest of the Chuck Lorre lineup. So, why do people keep watching? Well, there’s Ashton Kutcher.
Now apart from Jake everything is changed. There is Alan now whose most of the time is spent in making sure he remains in the house. Charlie was evil and funny. Walden is kind, rich and trying to be funny. Walden and Alan do not fight. They are friends, sometimes kinda gay. The show has taken an entire strange turn. Its not funny anymore. Its more of a chewing gum now, there was taste, but not anymore. But you don’t wanna throw it thinking of the great taste it gave.
The DVD comes with featurettes and a gag reel. The A/V Quality is on par with the past few releases. It’s standard definition, so you know what you’re getting. Don’t expect too much and you won’t be disappointed. In the end, I’d only recommend a rental to fans.
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!
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