Two and a Half Men: Season 9, Episode 1

Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt (19 Sep. 2011)

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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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John Stamos who appeared as potential buyer of Charlie's house, was considered as a replacement for the departed Charlie Sheen. See more »

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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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Deludent
21 September 2011 | by (miami beach) – See all my reviews

I loved Charlie Sheen but I like Kutcher as well. Beside the bad taste of that stupid funeral and the stupid firing of Sheen for out of the work reasons, the show has changed and it will be another show. Kutcher is nice and enough good but he can't replace Sheen in this show. Maybe this show will be anyway watchable but it is another show. Alan does not work anymore and he is the real new embarrassing problem. His acting is slow and no fake, off scene, laughing can save him. More, the half man is no more half, at least 4/5 so let's change the title too. Like "The Billionaire & the Loser" Season 1. ah ah! (I put my fake laughs too).

The problem is that now is somehow funny when Ashton is on the scene (by the way less than Sheen) but the main character now is Alan and, unbelievable, he is no more funny. Before I was thinking that John Cryer is a great actor but today I understood that he is very weak and without Sheen he is lost. Watching Charlie's house without Charlie is sad and the show, which was one of the best and funniest ever, now is a normal average comedy which needs a lot of fake, off scene, recorded laughs to stand up. This show is dead and it would be right to change the house and the title, trying to build a new show and not this hybrid mess. The 1st episode is supported by a special guest John Stamos and showing Kutcher naked but in the future? Lorre! You have to accept that you made a big mistake firing Sheen and you killed your own show for close mind reasons. I always thought you are a genius but obviously even geniuses can make enormous mistakes.More I have read a lots of comments anywhere and 90% of people want Sheen back. Sheen is the real winner again and even if he seems to me ridicule when he screams that he is a WINNER, I have to accept that he is right. Before 2&HM I did not like C.S. but he made this comedy great and I changed mind. I don't care for his style of private life and Lorre surprised me when he took out the mask showing that he is a bigot, close mind person. I was his fun, also for Big Bang Theory, but that show too is going down and I understand that he is funny only because Jim Parsons (Sheldon) is great. Let's fire him too and kill also this other show. Ah ah (going on putting fake laughs).


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