Alan faces the thought of moving out of Charlie’s beach house after learning that Charlie had multiple bonds on the property.
Fate intervenes when Alan meets suicidal dot com billionaire Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) after a failed suicide attempt by the latter.
The two depressed men forge a friendship and Schmidt later offers to buy the beach house.
Two and a Half Men S9 premiers Wednesdays at 20:00.
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Ashton Kutcher – an actor, producer and co-founder of Katalyst, a new breed of media company – first gained recognition as Michael Kelso on the comedy series, That 70's Show, which aired for eight seasons. Kutcher went on to star in a variety of box office hits on the big screen, including What Happens In Vegas with Cameron Diaz, The Guardian with Kevin Costner, Valentine's Day, No Strings Attached, with Natalie Portman and the cult hit, Dude, Where's My Car? For television, Kutcher has served as co-creator and producer of MTV's hit series, Punk'd, and The CW's reality series Beauty and the Geek and True Beauty.
Kutcher's company, Katalyst, creates original digital media, television and film. Katalyst is driving a radical shift in the way content is created and consumed, celebrating the social connection between the viewer and the brand. Katalyst film credits include The Butterfly Effect, Guess Who, Killers and No Strings Attached. In 2010, Katalyst was named one of the year's Top 50 Most Inspiring Innovators by Ad Age and one of Fast Company Magazine’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies.
Born and raised in Homestead, Iowa, Kutcher attended the University of Iowa, where he was a biochemical engineering student. He was discovered by a local talent scout and soon began a career in modeling before segueing into acting.
In 2010, Kutcher was named one of Time Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential People.
Kutcher lives in Los Angeles. His birth date is Feb. 7. He can be followed on Twitter at @aplusk.
Emmy Award winner Holland Taylor, who plays Evelyn Harper in Two and a Half Men is a veteran of film, television and theatre. She recently was seen in the feature and will be seen in the upcoming film Chosen One. Her film credits include Baby Mama, Legally Blonde, Wedding Date, Keeping the Faith, D.E.B.S., Spy Kids 2 and 3, The Truman Show, George of the Jungle, One Fine Day, To Die For, How to Make an American Quilt, Alice, She's Having a Baby, Jewel of the Nile, Romancing the Stone and The Chosen One.
In 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010, Taylor received Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Evelyn Harper. Taylor's additional television credits include the series The Practice, for which she won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, The Naked Truth, Norman Lear's The Powers That Be and Bosom Buddies with Tom Hanks, as well as the movies Counterfeit Contessa, Concealed Enemies and People Like Us. She has also guest-starred in Ally McBeal, ER, and The L Word.
Taylor's Broadway credits include The Devils, Butley, Breakfast with Les and Bess, Moose Murders, Murder Among Friends, Something Old, Something New and We Interrupt This Program. She also performed in the world premieres of Cocktail Hour, Drinks Before Dinner, Children, Fashion, Colette, Love Letters and The Vagina Monologues. She spent her summer 2009 hiatus in New York appearing in the off-Broadway premiere of Lisa Ebersole's Mother. During her 2010 hiatus, she launched her play about Governor Ann Richards at the Galveston Grand Opera. The play, titled Money, Marbles and Chalk, will be called Ann! in future productions. She spent three years researching and writing the play, and the hugely successful first production will begin a number of appearances in American cities in the late fall of 2010.
Taylor was born in Philadelphia and lives in Los Angeles. Her birth date is January 14.
After four Emmy nominations, Jon Cryer won the 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for his role as Alan Harper. He was nominated once again in 2010. After making his directorial debut on an episode of Two and a Half Men during its fourth season, Cryer continues to direct episodes of the show. Cryer's other television credits include starring roles in the series The Trouble with Normal, Getting Personal Partners and The Famous Teddy Z, and guest-starring roles in The Practice, Andy Richter Controls the Universe and Mr. Show, among others.
Cryer has appeared in numerous features, including No Small Affair, Pretty in Pink, Hot Shots!, Stay Cool and Shorts, and also had a cameo in the independent film Weather Girl. He co-wrote, produced and starred in the independent films The Pompatus of Love and Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God... Be Back by Five.
Cryer's theatre credits include the Broadway productions of Brighton Beach Memoirs, Torch Song Trilogy, Boys Life and 900 Oneonta.
A New York native and the son of actor David Cryer and writer/actress Gretchen Cryer, Jon Cryer did his first commercial at the age of 4, alongside his mother. He studied acting at Stagedoor Manor, a summer acting camp, before his acceptance at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He lives in Los Angeles, and his birth date is April 16.
6 Feb: Oh Look! Al-Qaeda!
from high school and get fired from their jobs at Walden's new company.
30 Jan: The Straw in My Donut Hole
but Zoe knows that he's just milking it and sets out to prove it.
23 Jan: Why We Gave Up Women
to make some changes to his life after his heart attack.
16 Jan: Mr. Hose Says 'Yes'
Meanwhile, Alan gets more than he bargained for when he moves in with Lyndsey.
9 Jan: Grandma's Pie
while Alan and Lyndsey have an awkward dinner with their moms, who are now lovers and are planning to move in together.
2 Jan: Palmdale, Ech
while Walden spends the night hanging out with Jake and Eldrige since Zoe is still out of town.
26 Dec: The War Against Gingivitis
and another secret or two.
19 Dec: Not in My Mouth!
Walden retaliates by immediately picking up on another woman.
12 Dec: Sips, Sonnets and Sodomy
on Valentine's Day because of a torrential storm.
5 Dec: The Duchess of Dull-in-Sack
including a batch of Berta's "special" brownies.
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