‘Two and a Half Men’ Episode Guide (Dec. 4): Alan Breaks Walden’s Rules

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‘Two and a Half Men’ Episode Guide (Dec. 4): Alan Breaks Walden’s Rules

“Alan Shot A Little Girl” (12/04/14) – When Alan realizes Louis thinks he’s cool, he starts breaking Walden’s rules in order to stay that way, on “Two and a Half Men,” Thursday, Dec. 4 (9:00-9:30 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.

The teleplay for this episode was written by Jim Patterson, Steve Tompkins, Warren Bell. Series star Jon Cryer directed this episode.

Guest starring in this episode are Maggie Lawson (Ms. McMartin), Jessica Lu (Jean), Michelle Boyd (Nikki) and Gwendoline Yeo (Computer Voice, V.O.).

Walden Schmidt and Alan Harper have spent another year searching for the ideal life. Alan thought he’d found his soul mate in Lyndsey’s future sister-in-law, but it wasn’t meant to be. An attempt to re-start his chiropractic business led Alan to disappointment as well.

On the plus side, he met his niece, Jenny, who turned out to be just like her father, Charlie – a partier and a womanizer. Walden also had his share of ups and downs. Just when an old flame returned and he decided she was “The One,” someone else turned up and he was sure she was “The One.”

In the end, neither one was “The One.” Berta remained at their sides all along, keeping them grounded. Meanwhile, Evelyn reached contentment, having gained a granddaughter, Jenny, and a 90-year-old billionaire husband. In this final season, Alan and Walden will continue their search for true love, contentment and the meaning of life. And they may actually find a couple of those things.

“Two and a Half Men” stars Ashton Kutcher (Walden Schmidt), Jon Cryer (Alan Harper), Conchata Ferrell (Berta), and Amber Tamblyn (Jenny). The long-running sitcom is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. and The Tannenbaum Company in association with Warner Bros. Television. Chuck Lorre, Don Reo, and Jim Patterson serve as executive producers.

The recurring cast includes Holland Taylor (Evelyn), Courtney Thorne-Smith (Lyndsey), D.B. Sweeney (Larry), and Kimberly Williams-Paisley (Gretchen).

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