Two and a Half Men - Season 5

Two and a Half Men - Season 5

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Two and a Half Men celebrates five seasons of funny with big laughs and hilarious new storylines in this Season 5 (2007-8) collection. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) tops the charts as kiddie-song sensation Charlie Waffles. Alan (Jon Cryer) at last meets the perfect woman -- who just happens to be dating Charlie. Jake (Angus T. Jones) starts junior high, armed with reams of "helpful" advice from Alan and Charlie. Evelyn (Holland Taylor) ties the knot for the fifth time (lots of guests at the wedding; lots of cops at the reception). And as always, Berta (Conchata Ferrell) deals with it all by dealing out a royal flush of deadpan zingers. The guys are in and the welcome mat is out at everyone's favorite Malibu beach house in these 19 episodes!

Product Details

Release Date: 05/12/2009
UPC: 0883929057726
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 6:49:00
Sales rank: 10,385

Special Features

Two and a Half Men at 100; The Lore of Chuck Lorre: must pauce TV; Two and a Half Men - Dying is easy comedy is hard; Bonus episode: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Two and a Half Deaths

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Two and a Half Men - Season 5 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Jefferson_Thomas More than 1 year ago
Watch this show; it's FUNNY! It doesn't try to preach or anything; it's just funny. Season 5 contains one of the funniest episodes of the series, "Fish in a Drawer," the CSI crossover episode (both series are written by the same team of writers). Watch the entire series!
MikeysMom More than 1 year ago
This is the only show that everyone in my family sits and watches...every time it is on!! We all laugh and enjoy our time together. Sometimes the story lines are a little out there, but usually there is a familiar ring to every episode at some point or other, whether it is the relationship between brothers, mother and son, ex-spouses, the juggling of schedules for people who live different lifestyles under one roof, or just the everyday pains of traffic, work, bad restaurants or bad relationships.
BermudaScribe More than 1 year ago
The hits and the laughs keep on coming. Great ending - is Charlie really ready to settle down, or do his hound dogs instincts take over once again?
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