Ashton Kutcher joined 'Two and a Half Men' as Charlie Sheen was roasted into ashes: A review

An absent Charlie Sheen stole the ninth-season premiere of Two and a Half Men from Ashton Kutcher without showing up. Read the full post.

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  • Rizz

    Dreadful episode…. Pretty quite sure this show has run its course!! It was on the blink during the last season, and this is the cap.

  • Harry

    Wasn’t as bad as I thought but I won’t be tuning in every week. Maybe catch an episode here and there. Ashton can’t act and his aloof, goofy character that he seems to play in all his projects is just him playing himself. So over it. Not a fan of Jon Cryer but he saved the show a little for me. Same for the woman that plays Evelyn and the maid. Did Angus T. Jones even talk? Nevertheless, won’t be watching every week.

  • greg

    the show was absolutley horrible not funny at all , kept waiting for it to get better but was dull and laaaaame.

  • kap

    Sorry Ashton, but I miss Charlie. Don’t like Ashton’s character at all, boring.

  • Caleb

    The replacement makes no sense. Would have made more sense to have made them related somehow, but I will keep watching to see if it gets interesting.

  • Silvia

    NO CHEMISTRY WHATSOEVER…such a disappointment, it was as if they were trying so hard to go on with the same kind of feel, but it just wasn’t there. Jon is fantastic, but having Charlie oppoite him was what made the show, I will be watching the re-runs. I see Ashton and think of his 70’s character. Why did Charlie Sheen ruin it for us? He looks good now and has it altogether, I wish they could re-negotiate him back into the show, I miss the old show already but as mentioned, will keep watching the re-runs.

  • sonia

    Charlie sheen was the best .. that is it.

  • Serene

    Loved it!

  • GiGi

    Huge fan since day 1…Ashton just helped the show jump the shark So sad

    • Paula

      Jump the shark. Yeah, that’s a good analogy.

      • Corky

        Who says that anymore?

  • Paula

    I didn’t watch, nor plan to. For me Charlie Sheen was the show (along with Angus Jones). I find Jon Cryer incredibly annoying (as does my husband), so I wouldn’t tune in for him. I don’t have anything AGAINST Ashton Kutcher, but don’t find him appealing enough to bother watching. I find it interesting that nobody mentions that all of the stars/characters added to the first show might have been intentional to make it interesting at all. It really is time to pull the show, or call it something different.

  • waya

    Meh. It was blah.

  • Larry

    It was good. Hope it gets better than just good soon.

  • Larkin

    Ghastly. They should have just cancelled the show. This was painful to watch.

  • LC

    Used to be my favorite, but not any more. Awful ! This show won’t last long. What a shame for the remainder of the cast that have always done a good job, but without Charlie, it is a failure.

    • k8ea

      It seems a huge percentage of the ones posting comments have ignored a very large bit of reality: the show is not (& never was) a 1 man show– (it is called
      2 1/2 men for a reason) the show has some very talented co-stars & the chemistry that they had is what made the stupid jokes work! That chemistry was non-existant last night. Let’s hope it develops over time (not too much time, though). If things don’t gel rather quickly, the audience from last night will dwindle to very few

  • Mike

    Loved it. Ashton is a pro and thought they handled the transition really well.

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