Don't even pretend that you never watched Two and a Half Men. Sure, maybe the series wasn't exactly wildly popular when it first came on: it's premise about a divorcee moving in with his Playboy brother and lugging his half-owned kid along with him seemed a bit boring and akin to Neil Simon comedies that were predictable and slapstick. Adding to it were the facts that the show was led by Jon Cryer, a great actor in both comedy and drama, and Charlie Sheen, a man who had once proven his acting ability but had since resigned to cashing his checks with as little effort as possible. Sure, Charlie Sheen playing the character Charlie Harper was entertaining at times, but most of this is due to the fact that he was essentially playing a different version of himself. And once he got swept away in all of the drugs and addiction problems, his uprooted sanity caused viewers to flock to the show, even if just to watch him unravel on screen. Here's the thing: there was once an admirable version of Charlie Sheen. Remember when he was in Platoon? That Charlie is practically unrecognizable to the mess of a human being he's become today!
Courtney Leopold was the minor recurring character in the show. Talk about lavish needs! Charlie then proposes to her but ends up not pushing through with the marriage after finding out that her real name is Sylvia and her parents are con-artists in reality. Jenny McCarthy, sometimes credited as Jenny Wahlberg, is an actress, activist, model, television host, author, and screenwriter. The bombshell was actually very well known for being a nude model for Playboy magazine way before she appeared on the show. She even won Playmate Of The Year! She went on to appear in shows and films, including Diamonds, Scream 3, and Santa Baby. Chelsea Melini had the great honor of being the first woman Charlie ever confessed his love to without any prompting. Though he says it nearly by accident, he still claims that he meant it later on. In the beginning, Charlie just saw Chelsea as another one-night stand but along the way, he realized he was developing serious feelings for her.
Jennifer Taylor as Chelsea Melini | Then
It performed so well on CBS that the network let it run for an astounding twelve seasons, ending in Such entertainment brought audiences to turn in week after week, curious to find out which famous woman actress Charlie would target next, adding some elements of drama and insanity every now and then. Chelsea Melini had the great honor of being the first woman Charlie ever confessed his love to without any prompting. Though he says it nearly by accident, he still claims that he meant it later on. In the beginning, Charlie just saw Chelsea as another one-night stand but along the way, he realized he was developing serious feelings for her.
Charlie runs into an ex-girlfriend, Chrissy Rena Sofer , and she has a son named Chuck who looks, dresses and acts disturbingly like Charlie. Alan takes great pleasure making fun of the situation. Just after Charlie leaves Chrissy's apartment, it is revealed that she is only Chuck's babysitter and his name is actually Jeremy , and her goal was merely to con Charlie out of money. Charlie accuses Alan of being cheap, ends up angrily throwing him out of the house, so Alan and Jake temporarily stay with a friendly Herb and angry Judith. But after Herb bonds with Charlie and Alan crosses a line with Judith, she takes measures to reset the situation, forcing Alan to apologize to Charlie and forcing Charlie to take him back. However, after she and Herb leave, Charlie, refusing to take Alan back in, locks him out of the house.