Chuck Lorre Confesses 'Two and a Half' Mistakes
Charlie Sheen's nemesis acknowledges 'heartbreak' and show's slippery footing
Two and a Half Men is still absolutely my favorite show. Kutcher is evolving. He is good. It is fascinating to watch how Lorre weaves and re-works the show while going through such a difficult situation and transition. Lorre is a genius in his craft. I still get that feeling of awe when the jokes go so well. Cryer is still wonderful. His character is getting beyond the "shock" of the abrupt change the show undertook. The relationship changes between Cryer's character and Kutcher's is starting to endear the viewer to them, as it had with the "brothers." Kutcher is gaining in his role. I only wish I could have a smidgen of all their talent. Two and a Half Men is really a reality show in progress. To slog though this mortifying situation rather than giving up makes me have sincere admiration for every original star on that show, along with its creators. My enjoyment of the show increases incrementally with each show as it gains footing again. Can't wait for Monday!!
Maybe it would have been best to just let the show end. Rather than put Kutcher in...I do not watch the show anymore...just not the same...too bad you can't bring Charlie back...looking forward to his new show...I will be watching it!
Kutcher would not be nearly as bad if you'd get rid of the girlfriend. She turns him into a totally whipped spineless dork. One episode suggests their physical relationship leaves quite a bit to be desired, so why does he cow-tow to her anyway? There's nothing funny in her. She doesn't make me laugh she makes me want to puke. Kutcher will never be Sheen, but he can be funny in a different way - just not as long as that gold-digging, nagging, "holier than thou" with bad teeth is running (ruining) the show.