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Two and a Half Men: Growing Up Harper (2009)

A look at what Angus T. Jones is really like and how Jake, the character he plays in the series, has evolved over the years.
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Himself - 'Jake'
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Himself - 'Charlie'
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Himself - Executive Producer
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Herself - 'Judith'
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Herself - 'Berta'
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Himself - Alan
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Coffee Shop Patron (as Sarah Ospina)
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A look at what Angus T. Jones is really like and how Jake, the character he plays in the series, has evolved over the years.

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Pretty decent little add-on
5 April 2017 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Two and a Half Men: Growing Up Harper" is a 13.5-minute add-on for the long-running comedy show in the title. It also mentions the one character this is all about basically, namely Harper, the 0.5 man. It is about how he is growing up over the years and also about how he changes the longer the show goes. When this was made back in 2009, the series was running for approximately 6 seasons and it went on for a long time afterward too. There are interviews with some of the core players, behind and in front of the camera and the fact that it also includes Charlie Sheen shows you that his spectacular departure from the show hadn't happened yet at that point. So yeah, it's an okay watch for people who like this series, but it's nothing that will really suck you into starting it or returning to seeing it basically. But then again the people who love the show are also the ones buying the DVD, so it is all good and it is a successful outcome overall. I myself plan on watching "Two and a Half Men" for quite a while now and eventually I'll get to it. This little documentary here doesn't speed anything up though. Still check it out if you like. Nothing bad about it at all and it summarizes the humor nicely in three quarters of an episode, so you may decide if this show is for you..


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