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Alan threatens to get legal representation if Kandi doesn't agree to joint custody of their dog, until he learns that Kandi's lawyer (Christopher Neiman) is the cutthroat who helped Judith in their settlement. Officer No. 1: Andre Ware. Officer No. 2: Mich (more…)
Charlie goes with Berta to help her confront the man who impregnated her daughter (Sara Rue), who comes to the house to help Berta clean. Meanwhile, Alan has an unusual fetish. Ronald Wiedermeier: Andy Mackenzie. Darlene Wiedermeier: Julianne Grossman.
Alan has insomnia but refuses to take pills, opting for a visit to his psychiatrist (Jane Lynch), who reveals that the cause is Alan's jealously of Charlie and his ability to glide through life. Taylor: Melanie Abramoff. Kelly: Kelly King. Officer Roberts: (more…)
Charlie's latest lover takes over his house and pushes Berta's buttons by treating her like a maid, and he is too influenced by sex to stop her. Meanwhile, Alan's distracted from trying to get Kandi to agree to sell their condo after she asks him for sex.
Charlie discovers that Alan has been secretly dating Berta's daughter (Sara Rue) and worries about how Berta will take the news, but he and Alan are taken by surprise by her uncharacteristic reaction. Hector: Marco Sanchez.
Charlie's new neighbor (guest star Brooke Shields) seems uncannily like Alan, which prompts Charlie to try and fix them up with the hope that they'll fall in love---and he'll get rid of Alan. Vanessa: Deprise D. Brescia. Eva: Carly Thomas.
Charlie thinks Rose is joking when she says she's moving to London, but then he finds out it's true and realizes he's taken her for granted. Meanwhile, Alan hits it off with his online date (Allison Janney), but he tells her that the house is his and that (more…)
Charlie starts dating a 24-year-old named Robin (Brooke D'Orsay) and Alan warns him that he's too old to keep up. Charlie not only ignores his brother, but he talks Alan into a double date with one of Robin's young friends. Donna: Morgan Fairchild. Megan: (more…)
Berta's granddaughter (Megan Fox) spends the day at Charlie's, which isn't a problem until he learns she's a beautiful, rebellious 16-year-old. Freddie: Noel Fisher. Berta: Conchata Ferrell. Rose: Melanie Lynskey. Judith: Marin Hinkle.
Charlie's still brooding over Alan's choice of their cousin as Jake's guardian if both parents die when the boy has an accident while in his care and has to be rushed to the hospital. Dr. Prajneep: Kris Iyer. Nurse: Vernee Watson Johnson. Gonzales: Ski Car (more…)
Chris O'Donnell plays one of Charlie's ex-girlfriends, who is now a man. It gets better: He starts dating Evelyn (Holland Taylor), who's clueless about his past history with her son. Leanne: Rebecca McFarland. Berta: Conchata Ferrel.
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- Premiered: September 22, 2003
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: A hit sitcom built on often-raunchy material, starring Charlie Sheen and, later, Ashton Kutcher begins with the premise of a Malibu bachelor (Sheen) whose life is disrupted when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move in with him. In the ninth season, Kutc… (more)