Episode 01: Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt (1)Episode 02: People Who Love Peepholes (2)Episode 03: Big Girls Don't Throw FoodEpisode 04: Nine Magic FingersEpisode 05: A Giant Cat Holding a ChurroEpisode 06: The Squat and The HoverEpisode 07: Those Fancy Japanese ToiletsEpisode 08: Thank You For The IntercourseEpisode 09: Frodo’s HeadshotsEpisode 10: A Fishbowl Full of Glass EyesEpisode 11: What a Lovely Landing StripEpisode 12: One False Move, Zimbabwe!Episode 13: Slowly and in a Circular FashionEpisode 14: A Possum on ChemoEpisode 15: The Duchess of Dull-In-SackEpisode 16: Sips, Sonnets And SodomyEpisode 17: Not In My MouthEpisode 18: The War Against GingivitisEpisode 19: Palmdale, EchEpisode 20: Grandma's PieEpisode 21: Mr. Hose Says 'Yes'Episode 22: Why We Gave Up WomenEpisode 23: The Straw In My Donut HoleEpisode 24: Oh Look! Al-Qaeda!
Two and a Half Men - Season 9Season 9 opens with Alan facing the reality of moving out of his brother's beach house after the death of Charlie Harper, until he meets a depressed Internet billionaire whose wife just left him.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 22 minQuality: HDRelease: 2011IMDb: 7Keywords:
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Creators of "Two and a Half Men - Season 9"Lee AronsohnBirthdate: 15 December 1952, USAChuck LorreBirthdate: 18 October 1952, Bethpage, Long Island, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Two and a Half Men - Season 9"Ed Bark Uncle BarkySeptember 18, 2013
Whether this new dynamic will work is still an open question.David Hinckley New York Daily NewsSeptember 16, 2013
New sheriff, new abs. Now we wait to see if it finds new jokes.Verne Gay NewsdaySeptember 16, 2013
Another sitcom in a vast mostly undifferentiated sea of 'em.Matt Fowler IGN MoviesSeptember 16, 2013
But as likeable as he (Kutcher) is it doesn't change the fact that this show is ridiculously tired.Dan Fienberg HitFixSeptember 16, 2013
Good gracious, did the bitterness need to go on for so long?Alan Sepinwall HitFixSeptember 16, 2013
In terms of the general tenor of humor, "Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt" felt pretty much like every other episode of Two and a Half Men that I've seen over the years: unrepentantly crude and/or cruel.Todd VanDerWerff AV ClubSeptember 16, 2013
The problem here is that Lorre and company seem to be trying to retroactively fit a sweeter temperament into the middle of his most successful show in its ninth season, even though that show became famous for its aggressively cynical material.Brian Lowry VarietySeptember 18, 2013
The producers look to have handled an awkward situation about as well as they possibly could.
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