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
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When CBS and Chuck Lorre agreed that the show would continue post-Charlie Sheen's firing in the 2011-12 season, as long as they could cast a "name" actor in the lead role, the first strong contender for that part was Hugh Grant and the show engaged in serious negotiations that surprised many observers because Grant had never considered doing an American TV series role before, but ultimately the parties agreed it wasn't a match. Ashton Kutcher was suggested by CBS and Chuck Lorre was not interested in him, but he agreed to discuss the Walden Schmiddt role with Kutcher and after their 1st meeting immediately told CBS that Kutcher was perfect for the part. See more
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