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Saturday, July 30th 2011, 6:20am

Do not be put into this show until 2006

Do not be put into this show until 2006, I was very excited about the opportunity to buy season 1 on DVD. I was not disappointed!Two and a Half Men DVD

The starting point seems to be part of two very different brothers - a relaxed, full of jingle writer Charlie deputy (Charlie Sheen) and the neurotic chiropractor Alan (Jon Cryer) - Charlie that need to share an elegant home in Malibu after his divorce by Alan.True blood DVD On the way to Jake, Alan's young son, and Berta, Charlie, a wise-cracking housekeeper and the bottom line.

Particularly memorable episodes include "an old love in a new wick,"Ghost Whisperer DVD where Charlie learns an old friend became a man, and "Big Flappy Bastards" where kids try to get rid of a house full of seagulls Jake accidentally left enter

Although many scenarios quickly become familiar - Charlie is careless one night, House MD DVDmoney worries and Alan struggles with his ex-wife Judith, the two brothers' uncomfortable compared to their less-than-mother mother Evelyn - they never go stale. Maybe it is because, as in life, we all have a number of situations everywhere, it is likely that Mr. Harper also fight the same demons on a regular basis. But it is also possible that the spirit and grace, as "men two and a half" solve all problems is very human, and guaranteed to bring viewers closer to their heart - if they can be defective.

Those who love the series for DVD extras will not be disappointed, because this series includes a number of - behind the scenes chat with cast and crew, backstage tour with Angus T. Jones, who plays Jake and BLOOPERS.

Five stars See Writing and acting, which is always fresh, never give the audience laughs again.