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Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt 

After the death of Charlie Harper, Alan faces the reality of moving out of his brother's beach house - until he meets a depressed Internet billionaire whose wife just left him.



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Despite Alan's best efforts, Charlie's funeral is as unworthy as his 'accidental' demise in Paris after being caught cheating on Rose. Ma is only interested in a commission on selling the beach-house and won't take in Alan for long. Luckily Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, as handsome and irresistible as Charlie, stumbles in after a 'failed' suicide attempt over a divorce. He buys the place generously offers to put up Alan and Jake 'a month, tops' in exchange for some help. Berta can't believe her luck her new boss is even richer than Charlie, as undemanding, more handsome and repeatedly naked. Alan discovers the downside: Walden also gets the girls even without trying. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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19 September 2011 (USA)  »

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There was an announcement that stars of Lorre's shows that were on at the time, Big Bang Theory and Mike & Molly would make appearances as potential buyers for Charlie's house. But they didn't. See more »


Alan Harper: Nobody likes the tastes of alcohol. We like the effects of alcohol! It makes you feel tall, good looking and smart.
Walden Schmidt: I am tall, good looking and smart.
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Featured in Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #19.9 (2011) See more »


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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Jon Cryer has always been the show.
20 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The clouds have parted and we now see that Jon Cryer has always been the center of Two and a Half Men. Sure Charlie Sheen had more of the cheap jokes and one-liners. But substitute any other Hollywood star and the easy one-liners will still be funny. I have never really liked Ashton Kutcher but the incredible writers and director have made sure he fits in. Jake, Berta, Judith, and Mom are all peripheral to the predicaments of Alan. Thankfully CBS did not try to create another Charlie Harper. Eight seasons of Charlie was enough. With this fresh start, Two and a Half Men will probably last another eight seasons. Bravo CBS.

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