Review of "Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season" From The TV MegaSite

The TV MegaSite, Inc.  TV Is Our Life!

Click here to help fight hunger!
Fight hunger and malnutrition.
Donate to Action Against Hunger today!


MainNewsInterviews & ArticlesReviewsOur ShowsLinksCommunityStarsPolls
AutographsPhotosWallpapersPuzzles & GamesEpisode GuidesVideosOtherBuy!

Primetime TV DVD Reviews Pages

 DVD Reviews

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season DVD cover


Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season

 Review by Suzanne Lanoue 6/11/15

I enjoyed this show while it was on, but things were rocky after Charlie left. Eventually, they figured out how to write for Ashton Kutcher's character, Walden. However, in the last season they abandoned what they had learned and had the characters focus on adopting a child and bringing him into their home. Suddenly the show was not funny at all. They reduced the cast and got rid of most of the characters we'd grown to love, old and new.  They might as well have just canceled the show season 11 because it was too boring and unfunny to watch.

Still, I have the first 11 seasons on DVD, so it's good to have the last season as well. There's a good gag reel but otherwise, no extras. It would have been nice to hear the actors talk about the final season and what it was like for them, and what they had planned later.

I don't know why they decided that a really funny and raunchy show should suddenly be about family and kids. What a bad idea. No wonder the show's over. The final episode was interesting. It had a lot of jokes to the audience, and most of them were funny. There were many great guest stars. Too bad they didn't actually have Charlie Sheen for the final episode, but the way they hinted at his return and then "killed" him was funny. Yet, it was disappointing because it very cartoonish and nothing like the rest of the episodes that were so good, before this season. It also was contrary to everything else they had done in the 12th season. In short, it was quite a mess.

Despite all of the flaws, I miss the show. It was very funny most of the time, and I still enjoy seeing the re-runs and the old DVD's. There isn't any other show on TV right now that I find that funny. Even on its worst days, it was better than most sitcoms.


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) is excited to announce, TWO AND A HALF MEN: THE COMPLETE TWELFTH AND FINAL SEASON including all 16 laugh-out-loud episodes from Season 12 will be available on DVD on June 16!



ON DVD JUNE 16, 2015  

Hit Comedy Series Nominated For More Than 40 Emmys® and 2 Golden Globes Over 12-year run!

BURBANK, CA (February 25, 2015) – Get set to laugh along for hours on end as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) releases Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season on DVD June 16, 2015 Twelve seasons in, Two and a Half Men continues to be a solid hit and the season premiere saw a 29% ratings increase from the Season 11 finale. Featuring stars Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher and Conchata Ferrell, Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season DVD includes all laugh-out-loud episodes from Season 12 and is available to own for $29.98 SRP.

Season Twelve begins with an unexpected twist when single billionaire Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) suffers a mild heart attack on his way to a Halloween party.  Walden's brush with death causes him to reevaluate his life and he decides to become a father.  But after attempting to adopt as a single guy, Walden turns to his best friend/housemate, Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) for help, and Alan's dreams of living in the Malibu beach house forever come true when Walden proposes.  Walden and Alan convince their social worker that they’re a loving, albeit quirky, couple by day – while sneaking girlfriends out of the house by night.  Eventually, the guys welcome six-year-old foster child Louis (new series regular Edan Alexander) into their lives and all sorts of comedic exploits unfold as newlyweds Walden and Alan adjust to their new lives as co-parents, husbands and bachelors.  Everything seems perfect at the household for these two and a half men until they get a surprise visit from Charlie's widow, Rose, (recurring guest star Melanie Lynskey) and learn that Charlie Harper is alive.  Or is he?

“We are excited to release the final installment of the beloved Two and a Half Men series on DVD,” said Rosemary Markson, WBHE Senior Vice President, TV Marketing. “For over a decade, the show has garnered an incredibly dedicated fan base and this final set will allow these fans – young and old – to relive the laughter over and over again and complete their collection.”

Two and a Half Men is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions Inc. and The Tannenbaum Company, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The twelfth season of Two and a Half Men stars Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, Conchata Ferrell and new cast addition Edan Alexander. Created by Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn, the hit series is executive produced by Lorre, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Jim Patterson, Don Reo and Michael Collier.  Over its 12-year run, the series has been nominated for more than 40 Emmy® Awards (with two wins for Jon Cryer) and two Golden Globes. 

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season two-disc set includes the following episodes:

  1. The ol’ Mexican spinach
  2. A chic bar in Ibiza
  3. Glamping in a yurt
  4. Thirty-eight, sixty-two, thirty-eight
  5. Oontz. Oontz. Oontz.
  6. Alan shot a little girl
  7. Sex with an animated Ed Asner
  8. Clockwise in back hole until tight
  9. Bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, Lyndsey
  10. Here I come, pants!
  11. For whom the booty calls
  12. A beer-battered rip-off
  13. Boompa loved his hookers
  14. Don’t give a monkey a gun
  15. Of course he’s dead – Part 1
  16. Of course he’s dead – Part 2

DVD Standard Features

         2 DVD-9s

         Audio:  Dolby Surround English (5.1), Portuguese

         Language:  English, Portuguese

         Subtitles:  ESDH, French, , Spanish

         Aspect Ratio: 16 x 9 Widescreen

DVD Special Features

  • Gag Reel

About Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Inc.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) brings together Warner Bros. Entertainment's home video, digital distribution and interactive entertainment businesses in order to maximize current and next-generation distribution scenarios. An industry leader since its inception, WBHE oversees the global distribution of content through packaged goods (Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD) and digital media in the form of electronic sell-through and video-on-demand via cable, satellite, online and mobile channels, and is a significant developer and publisher for console and online video game titles worldwide. WBHE distributes its product through third party retail partners and licensees, as well as directly to consumers through and WB Ultra.

Proofread and Edited by Brenda

We need more episode guide recap writers, article writers, MS FrontPage and Web Expression users, graphics designers, and more, so please email us if you can help out!  More volunteers always needed!  Thanks!

Page updated 6/27/15

Back to the Main Primetime TV Page

ComedyDramaSci fi and FantasySoap OperasCompetition

Bookmark this section!
HomeDaytimePrimetimeTradingSite MapBuy!What's New!
Join UsAbout UsContactContestsBlogHelpCommunity