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Tuesday, July 10 2012

Lost In Translation, or, Why 'The Hangover' Can't Just Be 'The Hangover'

Thanks to translation, the cult '60s British show The Avengers is known to French viewers as Chapeau Melon et Bottes de Cuir, literally "bowler hat and leather boots", a title which could be misconstrued for a show about bondage tips and foot fetish.


Reviews

Sunday, October 5 2003

Two and a Half Men

Was anyone clamoring for a new Charlie Sheen sitcom?


Saturday, December 31 1994

Two and a Half Men

Charlie, Alan, and their friends and family may be like hamsters, but it's great fun to look inside their box and watch them squirm.


News

Thursday, August 4 2011

CBS opens up on Ashton Kutcher's 'Two and a Half Men'

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — CBS dropped a few details Wednesday about its newly refurbished "Two and a Half Men" — but somehow neglected to bring along the


Tuesday, April 26 2011

'The Office,' like 'Two and a Half Men,' faces challenge of replacing its central character

The folks at Dunder Mifflin didn't realize how attached they were to Michael Scott until they were about to lose him. Better the crazy boss


Wednesday, March 2 2011

CBS content to live with Charlie Sheen's winter of discontent

So Charlie Sheen says he is on a drug called Charlie Sheen. Can you imagine how long the commercial would have to be to list


Wednesday, February 17 2010

'How I Met Your Mother' hits 100 episodes

LOS ANGELES — Reaching 100 episodes is a milestone for a television series because it means the show has attracted enough viewers to last at least five


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