||Marin Hinkle, Holland Taylor, Charlie Sheen, Melanie Lynskey, Amber Tamblyn, Jennifer Taylor, Ashton Kutcher, Conchata Ferrell, Jon Cryer
Starring Charlie Sheen as Charlie and Jon Cryer as Alan. As the brothers reestablish a sense of family, Charlie also bonds with Jake (Angus T. Jones). Holland Taylor (Evelyn Harper) is the guys' domineering mother, Marin Hinkle (Judith Harper) is Alan's icy ex and Melanie Lynskey is Rose, who thinks one date with Charlie means lifelong commitment. Meet the Harper men - two adults, one kid and no grown-ups. Bachelor Charlie is trying to remember the name of the girl currently taking a shower upstairs. Alan, Charlie's tightly-wound, divorced brother is trying to figure out how he can get his ex-wife to remarry, so he can stop paying alimony. And Jake, Alan's 11-year-old son, is just trying to figure out what's for lunch and where's the TV remote. After a year of living together, the guys have figured out how two and a half men equal one family. Sort of. But there are plenty of rough spots along the way. The third season of Two and a Half Men originally aired between September 2005 and May 2006. The DVD was released on May 13, 2008. Bringing a family life into a sitcom is, of course, not a new idea of ??serial inventor Chuck Lorre, but with his first series "Dharma & Greg" he showed that he always succeeds in getting the most weird situations out of a small family. Where "Dharma & Greg" started with a couple's wedding, "Two and a Half Men" started a divorce. The shy, looser brother of Charlie moves in with him and so Charlie has now every weekend a little nuisance named Jake in his house. Gone is the silence, the quiet single life, from now on family life is waiting for Charlie. Because next to his brother and his son, now more and more people want something from Charlie. His mother, whom he more or less successfully ignored before Alan moved in, Judith, Alan's ex-wife, who wants to protect her son from the bad influence of him, Rose, the neighbor he slept with on a drunken night, and Berta, his cleaning aid, who is sometimes a bit too curious.