Two and a Half Men

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Two and a half men.
I have watched the TV-series “Two And a Half Men”. There are 3 men protagonists in it. The “Half man”, the 3rd person is one of the brother’s kids. In the episode you see a big brother that all ways helps and protects his little brother. When Allan don’t have a home Charlie helps him out, and when Allan is laying in his bed Charlie is the one to call their mom to get him to do something and not just stay in bed all day. The episode is about when Allan just gets married for the second time whit Kandy and wins 500000$ in L.A. he moves out of Charlie´s house and moves in whit Kandy, But after a couple of months he gets kicked out and asks he’s brother Charlie if he could stay in his house again, at last Charlie says yes and he moves in to Charlie’s house to help his brother out
The is 4 most important characters in the serie is Charlie, Allan, Jake & Evelyn. 
Charlie is Allan’s big brother and jakes uncle. In the movie he is the main character, he plays the roll of an alcoholic famous man who gets all the young and beautiful ladies and got a lot money. 
Allan is Jake’s father and Charlie’s little brother; he has been divorced two times. And both times he lost all that he got. He got thrown out, and begun to live whit his brother Charlie, 
Jake is Allan’s son. He lives whit Allan and Charlie. Jake doesn’t have good manners and he is over eating and such. Evelyn is Charlie and Allan’s mom, they are not really fond of their mother, you can go as far and say they hate her.
I watch TV series because I like it, it’s not like a movie where most of the times it is the same story Throughout the whole movie. When in a TV serie it doesn’t have to continue the same story in the next episode. You never quite know what to expect will happen in a new episode. The TV series “Two And a Half Men’s” first episode premiered in 2003 and the last episode was aired…...

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