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Two and a Half Men: The Complete Seventh Season

Two and a Half Men

Season: 
7
Regular Air Date: 
Mondays 9:00pm ET/PT
Network(s): 
Genre: 
On DVD: 
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Grade:
A-
BIG BUCKS

It was recently revealed that Angus T. Jones will make $300,000 per episode for the current season, making him the highest paid child actor.

Two and a Half Men is not only one of CBS's most popular sitcoms but also all of television's.  It's easy to see why Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones all get paid the big bucks for it.

It's probably been a couple of years since I last saw Two and a Half Men and honestly, I never thought it was as good as everyone said it was. You could tell how long ago it was because Jake was this cute little boy. Now, not so much I'm afraid. Little Jake was all innocent yet still charming, even though he wasn't quite all there at times. Teen Jake is a little less funny now that he's older. He's just not as cute as he used to be and his character seems to still be written for someone who's10 years old.

That being said, I still enjoyed the sitcom. Charlie and Alan are complete opposites and somehow manage to live in the same house, even though Charlie is constantly trying to get Alan to leave.Of course, he never fully does.

For the majority of Season 7 Charlie is living with his girlfriend Chelsea. Yes, Charlie actually has a steady girlfriend. While you may think he has developed over the past seasons, don't be fooled. He's still the same drunken lover we've grown with over the years.

Two and a Half Men has grown into quite the show. Jake's role may be a little off but the rest of the cast is spot on and better than I remembered. The writing is brilliant and the humor is constantly fresh. There's a reason why this so is so popular with the ratings. The Complete Seventh Season is definitely worth picking up.

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Matt Rodriguez
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