- SEASON 2
- SEASON 3
- SEASON 4
- SEASON 5
- SEASON 6
- SEASON 7
- SEASON 8
- SEASON 9
- SEASON 10
- SEASON 11
- SEASON 12
Summary of Season 2 (2004) - 4 discs
In the second season of this hit comedy, two very different brothers, Alan (Jon Cryer) and Charlie (Charlie Sheen), finally learn what it means to get along -- almost. Of course, all bets are off when Charlie is mentoring Jake (Angus T. Jones) in the ways of the world or blindly making his dating life top priority, not to mention when Alan attempts to resuscitate his flailing love life. Conchata Ferrell and Holland Taylor earned Emmy nods for their supporting roles.
Summary of Season 3 (2005) - 4 discs
The adventures just get zanier in the third season of this Emmy-nominated comedy. Charlie (Charlie Sheen) continues to push uptight Alan (Jon Cryer) to the brink, even as he endears himself to Alan's son, Jake (Angus T. Jones). Charlie may have overstepped his boundaries, however, when he ends up in bed with Rose (Melanie Lynskey), who continues to be obsessed with him. But it's another woman who finally catches his wandering eye.
Summary of Season 4 (2006) - 4 discs
An unlikely co-parent since his brother, Alan (Jon Cryer), and impressionable young nephew (Angus T. Jones) moved in, skirt-chasing bachelor Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen) gradually begins to change his ways. But the fourth season of this Emmy nominee for Best Comedy finds Charlie revisiting his single-guy lifestyle when the newly remarried Alan moves out of the beach house. Conchata Ferrell plays a wisecracking housekeeper while Holland Taylor shines as the brothers' mom.
Summary of Season 5 (2007) - 3 discs
In this Emmy nominee for Best Comedy, Jake (Angus T. Jones) continues to mature and test the waters of junior high, easygoing Charlie (Charlie Sheen) pursues more female conquests while his uptight brother, Alan (Jon Cryer), searches for a meaningful and lasting relationship. This season's guest stars include Janeane Garofalo as one of Alan's love interests and Ming-Na as a judge who resists Charlie's advances.
Summary of Season 6 (2008) - 4 discs
Harper siblings Alan (Jon Cryer) and Charlie (Charlie Sheen) continue to help Alan's son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), navigate his teen years in this popular sitcom's sixth season. Free-spirited Charlie never fails to keep nebbish Alan on his game, while Jake sits back and enjoys the ride. Besides putting up with their overbearing mother (Holland Taylor) and making sure Jake stays on track, the brothers try to muddle through the mine field of romance.
Summary of Season 7 (2009) - 3 discs
The boys are back for another round of adventures in love, commitment and growing up in the seventh season of this smash-hit, Emmy-winning sitcom starring Charlie Sheen as jingle composer and erstwhile ladies' man Charlie Harper. As laid-back Charlie and his uptight brother Alan (Jon Cryer) clash over just about everything, they do their best to responsibly raise Alan's young son Jake -- who may be the most emotionally balanced one of them all.
Summary of Season 8 (2010) - 2 discs
As teenager Jake (Angus T. Jones) matures and struggles with his love life, he starts developing more complicated problems with his uptight father, Alan (Jon Cryer), and his carefree uncle, Charlie (Charlie Sheen), who, after all these years, still refuses to grow up. In this sitcom's eighth season, conceited mother Evelyn (Holland Taylor) continues to make her sons miserable, while housekeeper Berta (Conchata Ferrell) keeps them in line.
Summary of Season 9 (2011) - 3 discs
When Charlie is killed on a trip to Paris with Rose, Alan is consoled by his new best friend and roommate, dot-com billionaire Walden Schmidt, who's despondent over separating from his wife.
Summary of Season 10 (2012) - 3 discs
In the 10th season of this smash-hit Emmy Award-winning comedy series, Walden, Alan and Jake continue their adventures as they struggle with issues of love, sex, responsibility and interpersonal conflicts.
Summary of Season 11 (2013) - 3 discs
The long-running comedy powerhouse returns, with Alan welcoming a niece he didn't know he had, the daughter of his late brother Charlie, into Walden's abode. Jake, meanwhile, is muddling through his first year as an army chef.
Summary of Season 12 (2014) - 2 discs
In the show's last season, a health scare prompts Walden to rethink his priorities, and Alan suspects that his brother may not be dead after all. Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a cameo appearance in the finale.