TV’s favorite Malibu men are back for more laughs in CBS’s Emmy-winning television sitcom Two and Half Men: The Complete Tenth Season. It features a stellar cast that includes Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones and Conchata Ferrell. Season 10 guest stars include Miley Cyrus, Jaime Pressly, Scott Bakula, Hilary Duff, Judy Greer, Patton Oswalt, Marilu Henner, Michael Bolton and Melanie Lynskey.
Love is a many splendored thing, but not for the Malibu beach house men. Billionaire entrepreneur Walden Schmidt struggles with love when his wedding proposal gets shot down by Zoey. Following their breakup, his mental health deteriorates and he indulges in a fling with a familiar Two and a Half Men stalker -- Rose. When that does not end well (not surprisingly), Walden decides to find true love under a different (penniless) persona. However, that just creates a whole new set of unforeseen problems. Meanwhile, Alan Harper mulls over making a commitment to longtime girlfriend Lyndsey until his super hot ex-wife, Kandi, wants him back. Then he realizes too late that life is better with Lyndsey than without. And newly enlisted man Jake surprises everyone when he pops the big question to a tattoo queen twice his age, then decides he rather date her daughter!
Special features include a side-splitting gag reel plus new behind-the-scenes footage.
Two and Half Men: Season 11 premieres on CBS on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 9:30/8:30c.
- “I Changed My Mind About the Milk” - Walden gets a hand from singer Michael Bolton in the Season 10 premiere when he makes big plans to surprise Zoey on her birthday.
- “ A Big Bag of Dog” - Walden's mental health deteriorates after his breakup with Zoey.
- “Four Balls, Two Bats and One Mitt” - Alan and Lyndsey vow to liven up their sex life.
- “You Do Know What the Lollipop’s For” - A visit from a friend's daughter makes Walden feel his age.
- “That’s Not What They Call It in Amsterdam” - Walden begins dating Rose -- who was in Paris the day Charlie died -- much to Alan's dismay.
- “Ferrets, Attack!” - Walden has a romantic dilemma involving a choice between Rose and Zoey.
- “Avoid the Chinese Mustard” - Walden hires an actress to be his girlfriend when he tires of the ups and downs of traditional relationships. Meanwhile, Missi and Jake make plans for a rendezvous at the beach house.
- “Something My Gynecologist Said” - Alan has a surprising inspiration when he mulls over making a commitment to Lyndsey; Walden enjoys the attention of a wealthy older woman.
- “I Scream When I Pee” - Alan is surprised that his second ex-wife, Kandi, wants him back in her life. Meanwhile, Walden tries to make Berta's birthday special when she would rather not acknowledge it.
- “One Nut Johnson” - Alan helps Walden develop an alias to find a woman who doesn't just love him for his money.
- “Give Santa a Tail-Hole” - Alan is alone for Christmas, while Walden continues to play his poorer alter ego.
- “Welcome to Alancrest” - Alan makes an investment in Kate's fashion line -- using Walden's money. Meanwhile, Walden's double life as a poor man begins to wear on him.
- “Grab a Feather and Get in Line” - Walden is ready to tell Kate the truth about his identity when he and Alan go to her fashion show in New York.
- “Run, Steven Staven! Run!” - Lyndsey is miffed when Alan won't give her a key to the beach house, so she decides to go on a date with a gynecologist. Meanwhile, Alan, Walden, Herb and Billy trade tales of their romantic woes.
- “Paint It, Pierce It or Plug It” - Alan is alarmed when Jake brings his thirtysomething girlfriend home for a visit; Walden tries to keep a secret from Alan.
- “Advantage: Fat, Flying Baby” - Walden pleads with Kate to give their romance another shot when he's lonely on Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Alan's holiday with Lyndsey doesn't proceed as he'd hoped.
- “Throgwarten Middle School Mysteries” - Walden runs into his ex-wife, Bridget, at a singles event, and their conversation turns to reconciliation, but Alan worries that they're no longer compatible.
- “The 9:04 From Pemberton” - Alan moves in with Herb after he has a fight with Walden.
- “Big Episode. Someone Stole a Spoon” - Walden and Alan's attempt to take Herb's mind off his loneliness gets out of control when they party too hard.
- “Bazinga! That’s From a TV Show” - Jake cheats on his girlfriend, Tammy, with her 18-year-old daughter, and the brouhaha that erupts doesn't spare Alan or Walden.
- “Another Night With Neil Diamond” - Lyndsey's breakup with Alan leaves him crushed, so Walden tries to lift his spirits and help him get back on his feet.
- “My Bodacious Vidalia” - Alan tries a more modern look when Walden attempts to help him out of his funk and jump back into the dating pool, but faces a moral dilemma after his new appearance attracts a married woman.
- “Cows, Prepare to Be Tipped” - In the Season 10 finale, Walden goes out with a 22-year-old woman, but winds up becoming smitten with her grandmother. Meanwhile, Alan and Jake take a trip to bond as father and son.
- Ashton Kutcher as Walden Schmidt
- Jon Cryer as Alan Harper
- Angus T. Jones as Jake Harper
- Marin Hinkle as Judith Harper-Melnick
- Conchata Ferrell as Berta
- Holland Taylor as Evelyn Harper
- Courtney Thorne-Smith as Lyndsey McElroy
- Brooke D'Orsay as Kate
- Sophie Winkleman as Zoey Hyde-Tottingham-Pierce
- Ryan Stiles as Herb Melnick
- Patton Oswalt as Billy Stanhope
- Melanie Lynskey as Rose
- Mimi Rogers as Robin Schmidt
- Miley Cyrus as Missi
- Judy Greer as Bridget Schmidt
- Jaime Pressley as Tammy
- Two Manly Men Singing and Dancing - Go behind the scenes with Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer in the production of the show's first-ever musical number.
- Gag Reel
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