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6Oh, F-ck Off: ‘Two and a Half Men’ Adds “Sexy, Gorgeous” Lesbian Character

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Two and a Half Men is obviously the worst show on television at the moment, and has been since it first went on the air WAY TOO MANY years ago. It’s misogynistic, has terrible writing and is most definitely NOT funny in any way. And yet… it survives. HOW is this possible? Who is watching this trash?

The show’s latest foray into fuckery comes with the announcement that they plan to replace Angus T Jones – who publicly bit the hand that fed him, so to speak, by saying what absolute disgusting garbage the show is – with a “sexy, gorgeous” lesbian character who’s meant to be dead Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen)’s long lost daughter. Are you kidding me?

Let me guess what’s going to happen here. We know that the character will show up to find her father and discover that he’s dead, but she’ll still move in with Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer. So… what, they’ll both fall in love with her and think they can fuck her straight? They’ll take to being pervy and spying on her, hoping to catch a little girl on girl action to masturbate to? I want to punch so many things.

July 11, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Jennifer

6 Responses to “Oh, F-ck Off: ‘Two and a Half Men’ Adds “Sexy, Gorgeous” Lesbian Character”

  1. archphoenix says:

    So… a lesbian is half a man? Classy.

  2. Bus says:

    I might actually start watching the show now…

  3. zombie says:

    Well the ratings tell you otherwise.

    People do watch the show and many women watch it, so not all women are offended by the misogyny, because not everything has to be serious and thought provoking.

  4. pikki nikki polka pants says:

    duckie is givin’ me serious pee wee vibes here LOL

  5. mireee says:

    Ah yes, let’s put a lesbian in as long as she caters to the straight male fantasy!! Yikes.

  6. Fos says:

    This show is pretty much exclusively watched by women. Men don’t watch this shit.

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