Mona and Dee Dee are half-sisters who share the same father. They are completely unlike each other, but they live in the same apartment building, so disagreements are common.

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 Dee Dee Thorne (91 episodes, 2002-2006)
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 Mona Thorne (91 episodes, 2002-2006)
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 Spencer / ... (91 episodes, 2002-2006)
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 Big Dee Dee Thorne / ... (91 episodes, 2002-2006)
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 Phyllis / ... (91 episodes, 2002-2006)
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 Adam Benet / ... (64 episodes, 2002-2006)
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Mona and Dee Dee are half-sisters who share the same father. They are completely unlike each other, but they live in the same apartment building, so disagreements are common.

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Mona mentions that one of her favorite music groups is Tra-Knox. Chico Benymon, who plays Spencer, is a part of this group. See more »

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Big Dee Dee Thorne: [eyeing Phyllis as Mona throws her out of her apartment] Phyllis...
Phyllis Thorne: Big Dee Dee...
Big Dee Dee Thorne: What a pleasant surprise. You here everyday living through your daughter.
Phyllis Thorne: For your information, I am here to give my daughter some advice.
Big Dee Dee Thorne: Well, I'm giving mine the new Armani Fall Collection, but advice is good, too.
Phyllis Thorne: [noticing Big Dee Dee's Pomeranian] I see you brought your lunch.
Big Dee Dee Thorne: Thinking of food, as usual. This is my baby Coco.
[kisses Coco's head]
Phyllis Thorne: I see the resemblance. I'm more of a cat person myself.
Big Dee Dee Thorne: I ...
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A show growing into prominence . . .
14 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Two half sisters begin to experience the beauty of sisterhood and friendship after growing up in separate households in their early years. Both women begin to evolve and heal old family wounds by building new bridges and revelations through each other. Fresh, smart, relateable and naturally funny. It's amazing how sitcoms like this disappear. In every city there's a Mona and a Dee Dee, in every country there's an Adam or a Spencer. Half and Half has all the qualities of a classic long running sitcom and it was becoming a huge platform in the community. And since it's stopped airing urban comedy hasn't been the same. People are still waiting to know what's up next for these characters and with enough prayer and petitioning, maybe CW can right the wrong and return Half and Half to prominence better than ever.


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