Going on 11 seasons, “Two and a Half Men” has shown its age although it never was my brand of humor, though Chuck Lorre-created series rarely are, but when Charlie Sheen was canned and with the departure of Angus T. Jones, even the inclusion of Amber Tamblyn couldn’t help liven up dried up jokes and half-assed plotlines.
“Two and a Half Men”: The Complete Eleventh Season
Warner Bros. | NR – 474 min. – $38.99 | October 14, 2014
The Malibu beach house has become an empty nest for billionaire entrepreneur Walden Schmidt (ASHTON KUTCHER) and his freeloading housemate, Alan Harper (JON CRYER). But not for long, Alan’s previously unknown niece, Jenny (AMBER TAMBLYN) staggers into the scene with a parade of luscious partying ladies in tow, bringing hilarious new high jinks and hookups. Plus, there are improvements in Walden’s love life, an alter ego for Alan, temporary retirement for Berta (CONCHATA FERRELL) and wedding bells for Evelyn Harper (HOLLAND TAYLOR).
- I Think I Banged Lucille Ball
- This Unblessed Biscuit
- Clank, Clank, Drunken Skank
- Alan Harper, Pleasing Women Since 2003
- Justice in Star-Spangled Hot Pants
- Some Kind of Lesbian Zombie
- Mr. Walden, He Die. I Clean Room.
- Numero Uno Accidente Lawyer
- On Vodka, On Soda, On Blender, On Mixer!
- Tazed in the Lady Nuts
- Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball.
- Bite Me, Supreme Court
- Three Fingers of Crème de Menthe
- Cab Fare and a Bottle of Penicillin
- How to Get Rid of Alan Harper
- Welcome Home, Jake
- West Side Story
- Lan Mao Shi Zai Wuding Shang
- Lotta Delis in Little Armenia
- Dial 1-900-Mix-A-Lot
- Oh, Wald-E, Good Times Ahead
SPECIAL FEATURES – 1.0/5
The 3-disc set comes housed in a standard DVD case which has a side-sliding matted slip cover. However, there’s only a Gag Reel (11:51) included…
VIDEO – 4.0/5 | AUDIO – 3.5/5
The show is presented with a 1.78 anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio, which looks good with bright colors, and has a standard, but effective enough, Dolby Digital 5.1 track.
OVERALL – 2.5/5
Overall, going on 11 seasons, “Two and a Half Men” has shown its age although it never was my brand of humor, though Chuck Lorre-created series rarely are, but when Charlie Sheen was canned and with the departure of Angus T. Jones, even the inclusion of Amber Tamblyn couldn’t help liven up dried up jokes and half-assed plotlines. The DVD released by Warner Brothers is lazy with only a gag reel included.