Almost every episode's title is a phrase said by one of the characters in that episode. Walden, however, refuses because he does not want to be stuck with Jake. Saddened by still being separated from Bridget, Walden shares his feeling with Judith, who has visited to remonstrate with him for influencing Jake to quit education but ends up making out with him. The dispute ends up costing Walden and Alan any chance for sex, as Zoey makes exaggerated lovemaking sounds to piss Lyndsey off, and Lyndsey does so in turn. Alan gets up to him and tells him he knows how painful it is to lose a brother and comforts him, just as the arrives with a helicopter.
Archived from on January 10, 2015. Her mother acts sweetly, but voices disappointment in her daughter and grandson in a similar manner to Alan's own mother, so they introduce them to each other. Archived from on February 16, 2012. Title quotation from: Walden, accusing his mother for making him live with the constant fear of being sent to. The new variation of the theme was used only until the end of this season, before another variation was used for seasons and , except for a production error in the third episode of season 10 in which season 9's variation of the theme is heard.
Kutcher übernimmt in der quotenstarken Serie die Rolle des Internet-Milliardärs Walden Schmidt neben Jon Cryer als reichlich verspanntem Alan Harper, Angus T. Evelyn is busy engaging in an orgy with two men, and Jake is gone with Eldridge. Thus making the only character to appear in every episode of the show and the second character to appear in every episode of this season. However, when Zoey gets proof about Alan's misbehavior, Alan, awaiting his punishment for misbehaving, stupidly attempts and fails to fake another heart attack and is left lying on the floor until his shame goes away. Meanwhile, Alan gets more than he bargained for when he moves in with Lyndsey.
Title quotation from: Walden, having a dinner date with Bridget, while a nearby child is throwing food at him. He then goes to Berta's house since she may now be the closest thing to a real friend he has and vice versa. For all intents and purpose, Lorre has decided against using the Two and a Half Men season 9 premiere to build a new foundation - from which the series can continue. He leaves angrily and, after getting drunk, visits Zoey and her parents, who appear to like him despite his odd behavior. It turns out Zoey also started her period and has tampons on hand for a grateful Lyndsey, and the women share stories about their terrible ex-husbands, both agreeing that Walden and even Alan are major improvements.
He even walks in on Jake and Megan Macey Cruthird making out and ends up telling them to use protection. Alan asks Walden to give them a job; however, Walden points out that they don't have any of the skills that his company needs. He begs Walden, who is holding on to him, to let him go, as he prefers whatever fate the riverbed holds over returning to the house with their fighting girlfriends. Elsewhere, Jake and Eldridge remain out of it, and Alan tells Jake that he and Lyndsey have no plans to get married—strongly implying they won't repeat the mistakes that led to the existence of their sons. When Alan hears this, he becomes worried about losing his home and convinces Walden that this may be a sign of depression.
In a surprisingly brief moment of humanity, Alan Jon Cryer eventually provided a much deserved eulogy to the character that helped make Two and a Half Men the television hit that it is or was. Walden is initially reluctant and is assured in his position by Alan. Nigel tells Zoey she has to take her kid for the weekend, but that turns out well when Zoey sees Walden is great with her, and they have a nice afternoon at the zoo. As Sid , the pawn shop owner, rejects the items, Alan presents him a vase which he hopes is worth a few bucks. Title quotation from: Alan, describing what he and Lyndsey plan to do for Valentine's Day. After being visited by Charlie's ghost again who reveals his intent was not to help Alan, but just to mess with him and get him out of the beach house at last , Alan fakes a second heart attack so he can move back in with Walden, while an annoyed Zoey looks on.
The theme tune was also revamped, with two new singers used in the opening sequence. Walden November 7, 2011 9. Click here to check out our Two and a Half Men Photo Gallery As it currently stands, Two and a Half Men appears to be poorly realized copy of the original. Archived from on March 1, 2012. Walden brings a still-shaky Zoey home the next day, only to find her ex-husband waiting there with their kid. After consulting with Zoey, Walden decides to use his power as the Founder of the company to add Alan as a member of the Board and use his vote to equalize the voting rights thus giving him the tie-breaking vote.
Archived from on December 27, 2008. Title quotation from: Alan, to Lyndsey, about his mood for sex after getting a broken nose. Lyndsey compliments Zoey on what a great guy Walden is, and Zoey manages to not insult Alan in her vague response, before Zoey listens to tips from Lyndsey on how to keep her hold on Walden. Archived from on November 1, 2012. It is also hinted that, despite all the mocking and disrespect, Charlie felt affection for his brother and missed him when he moved in with Lyndsey. Title quotation from: Walden, to his one-night stand, after revealing he does not have any intentions of beginning a relationship with her.
Patterson, Jim Vallely and Leslie Schapira Teleplay by : Don Reo, Jim Patterson and Jeff Lowell March 6, 2014 2014-03-06 10. Title quotation from: Alan, to Robin, instructing her on how to move her hand after she places it on his crotch. Alan February 20, 2012 9. Alan rues the situation, but looks concerned when Walden says he'll have to move out if Zoey and Lyndsey remain blood enemies. As the guys and Lyndsey begin to leave, Zoey admits she loves Walden, and they reconcile with a kiss. While simply replacing Charlie Harper with the characteristically similar Walden Schmidt allows the writers to continue with minimal changes to the actual thematic execution of Two and a Half Men, it fails to give its audience the respect it deserves, by providing them with the opportunity to find a new reason to enjoy what the series currently represents, not what it used to be.
Berta's boyfriend October 17, 2011 9. The two go upstairs to have sex and, after pretending that he needs to use the bathroom and asking Alan for advice about what to do, Walden rejects her and suggests that she sign the divorce papers so that they can both move on with their lives because Alan did not want Walden to sell the house and have to move back into Evelyn's. Archived from on November 29, 2014. Alan then tries to commit suicide through an overdose of , but fails miserably, as the engine of his car breaks down. Patterson November 27, 2014 2014-11-27 6. This season is the first without the show's previous star , and features a , marking a major change in the series by focusing on Alan and Jake coping with life after the death of Charlie, with help from their new best friend and housemate, Walden, a billionaire who is in the process of being by his wife.