A sitcom on CBS that, like most sitcoms created by Peter Lorre, is successful despite being shamelessly uninnovative and completely predictable. In it, Charlie Sheen - playing himself, more or less - moves in with his dorky, recently divorced brother (played by Jon Cryer) to help him raise his son. Despite its low ambitions, it is an acceptable viewing choice if nothing else is on. However, its achievements cannot be ignored. Two and a Half Men gave Jon Cryer a role to be remembered for aside from Duckie
in Pretty in Pink, and Charlie Sheen singlehandedly revived the popularity of the bowling shirt. Keep your expectations low and you'll probably enjoy it.
I only watched that episode of Two and a Half Men because it just happened to come on the channel I was watching and I couldn't find the remote. It wasn't bad though. Not great, but not bad, either.