Two And A Half Men. Natürlich ist er tot (2). Rose ist wieder aufgetaucht. Sie erzählt, dass Charlie noch am Leben sei und wie sie glückliche vier Jahre mit ihm. Rose, die romantisch veranlagte, leicht psychopathische Stalkerin von Charlie. Gespielt wurde sie von Melanie Lynskey. Nach dem Ende von «. Two Female Characters, One Trope Rose from Two & a Half Men <3 http://www.lecuvier.eu
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Rose (Melanie Lynskey) ist Charlies und Alans etwas komisch gekleidete Nachbarin und Stalkerin. Melanie Jayne Lynskey (* Mai in New Plymouth, Neuseeland) ist eine neuseeländische Schauspielerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Privatleben; 3 Filmografie; 4 Auszeichnungen (Auswahl) 20spielte sie in der Fernsehserie Two and a Half Men die Rolle der Rose, seit mit wiederkehrenden. Rose. Rose ist Charlies Storkerin wo er ist ist auch Sie. Two Female Characters, One Trope Rose from Two & a Half Men <3 http://www.lecuvier.eu Feb 23, - Photo of Rose for fans of Two and a Half Men Sie war Charlie Sheens verrückte Stalkerin, die mit ihren etwas anderen Methoden wohl alle zum Lachen brachte: Melanie Jayne Lynskey! Die Schauspielerin Melanie Jayne Lynskey ist vor allem für ihre Rolle der „Rose“ in der Serie TAAHM bekannt. Von 20spielte sie.
Two And A Half Men. Natürlich ist er tot (2). Rose ist wieder aufgetaucht. Sie erzählt, dass Charlie noch am Leben sei und wie sie glückliche vier Jahre mit ihm. bekommt Besuch von Roses Vater (Martin Sheen, r.), der nun wissen möchte, warum er seine Tochter nicht heirate Ebenso wie seine Tochter Rose, hat es. Rose. Rose – Charlie´s persönliche Stalkerin. Rose ist absolut unerlässlich in TWO and a half MEN und gehört seit der ersten Staffel fest dazu. Sie ist Charlies.
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While it was hinted several times before Charlie's death that he had changed his will so she'd inherit the beach house instead of Alan, that turned out to be untrue, although Berta was set to move out because the house had mortgages attached that Alan had no chance of paying.
Berta often calls Alan "Zippy". She and Alan are portrayed as the only people saddened over Charlie's death. She considered him to be the best boss she ever had.
After Walden buys the house, he asks her to remain there as a live-in housekeeper. She agrees, mainly because she is extremely attracted to Walden and would often make discreet advances at him.
This living arrangement is short-lived when she finds out that Alan will be moving back in, only this becomes more likely when Walden sees Berta invite a piggish houseguest over.
She never thought she could work for anyone besides Charlie, but admits to Walden that he is instead the greatest boss she ever had, making Charlie second-best.
Berta hardly ever shows any signs of attraction to Walden after season nine. Despite her displeasure of Jake's presence in the house when he originally moved in, she's far more friendly and welcoming to Louis when he moves in because he's cute and his background is similar to hers.
In , Ferrell revealed that Berta was originally intended to be an ethnic minority, but producers liked the way Ferrell performed the role.
She also revealed that Berta was only intended to be in a two-episode arc of the first season and would leave due to Alan and his kid moving into the beach house, but producers extended the role and eventually made her a main cast member from season 2 onwards.
In the first season, she is 58 years old; out of vanity, she changes the year of her birth as she ages. She expresses a superficial fondness for her sons and grandson, but she rarely lives up to her self-perceived notion of being a devoted and misunderstood matriarch.
Her sons and grandson generally return the favor and go out of their way to avoid interacting with her on most occasions. Her wide-ranging sex life is a recurring gag throughout the series as she is attracted to both men and women.
In addition to Teddy who was not actually " Courtney "'s father, Evelyn has been sexually involved with several parents of her sons' lovers and friends, including Rose 's father, Gloria's mother, Gloria's presumed father, Gloria's likely biological father i.
She also bedded Charlie's ex-girlfriend Jill who had become Bill, and Walden. Evelyn has been widowed five times, her fifth marriage being the shortest as he died an hour after saying their vows.
The family frequently refers to her as "the devil" or, as Charlie put it, "unholy mother of us" , and Charlie has her number on speed-dial in his cell phone as " Wealthy, with a luxurious house in Beverly Hills , she has been married numerous times and sells real estate.
When Charlie died, surprisingly, she was distraught over his death. At his funeral, however, she continuously mentions her intention to sell his house while Alan was giving his eulogy.
Her relationship with Alan has somewhat gotten better since Charlie's death, as she has acknowledged that he is not just her second-born son, he is now the only son she has left, as well.
When Alan almost died from a heart attack, she feared for his life, because not only did she not want to lose another child, her "good son" was already deceased.
Two years after Charlie's death, she finally meets her long lost granddaughter Jenny. Surprisingly, Evelyn embraces her newfound grandchild and completely disowns Jake; she had previously said she would have enjoyed a relationship with Jake, but "got to him" too late for proper bonding.
In the eleventh season she marries for the sixth time, this time to her much older lover, Marty Pepper. She rarely appeared during season nine, but was prominent in the last few episodes of the season.
Despite still credited and billed as a main character, Evelyn only made one appearance in the tenth season and several appearances in season eleven.
In the final season she shows up at Alan and Walden's wedding followed by sleeping with "Michael Bolton" and Walden's mother Robin then also has sex with a fake Santa Claus and in the last episode when Alan needs Charlie's death certificate and she gets threatening message from Charlie.
Judith Harper-Melnick Marin Hinkle , Seasons 1—9 regular; Seasons 10—12 guest is Alan's cheating, vindictive, cold hearted, self-absorbed, and humorless first wife.
She seems to despise Alan and takes any chance to humiliate him. She was the first woman Alan ever slept with, but their marriage was cold: according to her, the only time she was ever happy being sexual was when she was pregnant with Jake.
In the pilot, she lied to him about realizing she was homosexual as an excuse to end the marriage, and in subsequent episode he caught her picking up multiple men.
She made no secret of living luxuriously with Alan's alimony , seeing as she has not held a job since she divorced him. She has since remarried to Dr.
Herbert "Herb" Melnick Ryan Stiles , Jake's pediatrician, a union that brought joy to Alan because it meant he no longer had to pay alimony.
In season six, she threw Herb out of the house and briefly reunited with Alan before reconciling with Herb, and it was later revealed she was pregnant with a daughter, whom she eventually named Millie.
Alan hoped he was the father, but Judith said she would kill him if he revealed that he slept with her, and after she gave birth in the sixth-season finale, the child's parentage remained uncertain, as Judith was with both Herb and Alan around the time Millie was conceived.
Jake and Berta describe Millie as looking nothing like Judith or Herb but more like a girl version of Alan, implying Alan is the probable biological father.
In seasons seven and nine, Judith made very few appearances but was featured in almost every episode in season eight.
Unlike her relationship with Charlie, Judith got along with Walden just fine — mostly due to her initial interest in him. She was not seen since the season nine finale until towards the end of season ten, with only being briefly mentioned for most of the season.
In the episode "Run, Steven Staven! However, in the 19th episode of season ten, she reappears after a long absence when Herb starts to go crazy.
Walden and Alan call her to go to Herb's hotel room and take him back. She plays a major role in the season eleven episode "Cab Fare and a Bottle of Penicillin", when Alan showed up at her house just to talk about old times and after a night of drinking they end up engaged.
However, in the end, Judith ends the engagement after Walden explains to her that Alan had proposed to Lindsey the same night he proposed to her however he did not explain that she didn't accept Alan's proposal as she is now engaged to Larry.
Angered by this, she kicks Alan in the groin. It is unknown if she and Herb have officially divorced or are just separated. In the final episode, Alan calls her thinking that Charlie is going to kill him and he tells her that she was his only true love.
She tells him she has another call and hangs up on him. Rose Melanie Lynskey , Seasons 1—2 regular; Seasons 3—12 recurring is the Harpers' wealthy neighbor and Charlie's stalker and after his death, she finds new love and a stalker victim in Walden.
The character has been described as a sociopath although she has a warm and friendly exterior. Although she is somewhat mentally unhinged and obsessed with Charlie, Rose expressed that she "has an undergraduate degree from Princeton University which she completed in 2 years and a master's degree in behavioral psychology from Stanford University.
Her family is involved in banking and oil, making them, and implicitly her, extremely wealthy. Martin Sheen , who is Charlie Sheen's real-life father, made a guest-appearance on the show as Rose's equally-disturbed father, Harvey, who similarly obsessed over Evelyn after sleeping with her once.
Rose's paternal grandparents were first cousins, to which her grandmother attributes Rose's and Harvey's mental issues. She was one of Charlie's one-night stands who won't allow him to forget about her as he does all his other sexual conquests.
Rose acknowledges that she is "boundary challenged", while Charlie and Alan refer to her as Charlie's stalker. In the pilot, she told Alan that she sneaks into Charlie's room while he's asleep and tries on his underwear.
Usually uninvited, she enters and exits Charlie's house by climbing onto the backyard deck, rather than using the front door.
She has been caught by Charlie and Alan as she has watched them while sleeping on several occasions. While credited among the main cast in CBS press releases in Season 3—4, she was credited as a recurring star in on-screen credits.
She later returns to Malibu in Season 5, though no longer living next door to Charlie, hence her less frequent appearances.
She claims she was sent away from England after "an incident at Buckingham Palace. Her only appearance in Season 7 was in "Gumby with a Pokey" when Charlie begins to hallucinate after taking medicinal marijuana.
Women in his past interrogate why he mistreated them, then he goes out to the deck to discover Rose; unlike the other women, Rose is really there.
She made multiple appearances in Season 8, after staging her wedding, which makes Charlie realize he probably loves her. In the last episode of Season 8, Charlie leaves for Paris with her.
In Season 9, Rose reveals that she and Charlie got engaged in Paris. It is implied she may have had something to do with Charlie's death after she returned to their Paris hotel to find him showering with another woman.
She reappears again at the end of "What a Lovely Landing Strip" catching Walden's ex-wife Bridget spying on Walden and his new girlfriend, she then tells her that she can help her in making Walden suffer.
She makes a brief cameo through archive footage in a flashback montage in the episode "Oh Look! The relationship gets serious but is short lived when Walden reconciles with Zoey.
However, Rose gets revenge by telling Zoey that she is pregnant with Walden's baby. Walden ends up without Zoey or Rose. Rose continues to stalk Walden as well as the Harpers, despite Charlie's death.
Rose returns in "Advantage: Fat, Flying Baby", at the end where it's discovered that Rose is Walden's girlfriend's new investor for her fashion line.
She did catch him cheating and kept him imprisoned in her basement. However, Charlie escaped and used the royalties from his children's songs to pay back all the people he wronged and threatened Evelyn, Alan and Walden.
Rose reveals the truth to them, but is not jailed for the crime. While credited among the main cast during the fourth season, CBS press releases billed her as a recurring character.
When Judith who later became Kandi's confidante initially tried to end Kandi's relationship with Alan, Kandi's mother Mandi Gail O'Grady , who also had a brief fling with Charlie during that time, made sure the couple were dating again.
During this time Judith briefly dated Kandi's father Andi Kevin Sorbo leading an interesting joke Jake told his father about the possibility Kandi could be his stepmother, stepsister and stepcousin all at once.
Kandi and Alan had a superficial relationship based mostly on sex, but they eventually wed in Las Vegas , where they also won half a million dollars.
After only four months of marriage, and spending nearly all of their winnings, Kandi kicked Alan out of their condominium, which was later revealed to be because Alan did not want to have another child with her.
With Judith's help, Kandi acquires and seduces Judith's lawyer from her divorce and, despite only being married to him four months, manages to claim alimony payments from Alan, making him all the poorer and dependent on Charlie.
Kandi is soon offered a role as a forensics expert on a CSI -type television series, entitled Stiffs.
At the same time, Alan sees that Jake is practically grown up and he returns to Kandi to agree to have a baby with her. However, moments before they try to conceive, Kandi finally signs the divorce papers to ensure that Alan will not have any claim on her new-found television lucre, and disappears from Alan's life.
In the tenth season, Kandi resurfaces as a television star and tries to win Alan back, but despite his temptations, Alan ultimately rejects her, as he is in a relationship with Lyndsey McElroy.
After a paparazzo acquires altered photographs of them together, Kandi goes to explain the situation to Lyndsey, and for unknown reasons they end up having sex.
In the final episode, Kandi has become a celebrity, and is seen being mobbed by photographers. Alan, fearing the wrath of a very-alive Charlie, telephones her to tell her she was the love of his life.
She is the only one of Alan's lovers to be genuinely touched by his words, indicating that she may have been the only woman to actually love Alan.
Chelsea Christine Melini Jennifer Bini Taylor , Season 6 recurring; Season 7 regular, Season 9 guest, Season 12 guest is Charlie's girlfriend for most of season six, who has moved into his house by the season's end.
Formerly a one-night stand , Chelsea seems to be one of the few women out of Charlie's countless relationships that has caused him to try to make positive changes in his debaucherous lifestyle.
She became close friends with Alan, something Charlie enjoyed because Alan could take her to museums and foreign films activities that Charlie cannot stand.
In the seventh season premiere, Charlie finally decides to let go of Mia and commit to Chelsea. As the season progresses, however, Chelsea unintentionally begins to bring out Charlie's evil side, as he starts treating Alan and Jake cruelly if they accidentally inconvenience her.
Eventually they plan to marry but, after Chelsea becomes attracted to Alan's lawyer. Brad, and Charlie vomits on a baby, Chelsea postpones the wedding, resulting in a rift, during which Charlie vents his anger on Alan by forcing him to sleep on the couch so he can sleep in Alan's room.
Charlie and Chelsea make several attempts to reconcile, most recently following her breakup with Brad. Chelsea tried to reunite with Charlie, but was thwarted due to her best friend, Gail Tricia Helfer , sleeping with him.
Jake later gives Chelsea a necklace that Charlie got her for her birthday and she goes outside to see him but when she got there, Charlie was in trouble with the police for rear ending a police car, with a suspended license.
Jake was driving at the beginning of this episode, but when the police came after them in a cop car, Jake and Charlie switched seats, causing Charlie to lose his license.
While credited among the main cast as Jennifer Taylor during the seventh season, CBS press releases bill her as a recurring character.
At Charlie's funeral, she spitefully says that he gave her chlamydia. She appears in the finale with a huge check from Charlie and an apology letter for shooting her while they were dating.
Bini Taylor previously appeared in the pilot episode as a woman in the grocery store aisle complimenting Charlie and Jake, and again in Season 2 as Tina, one of the women Charlie apologizes to as he tries to find out who set up the 'Charlie Harper Sucks' website.
Well mannered and intelligent, Ava adored Walden, and is th in line to the throne. Billy Stanhope Patton Oswalt , season 9—10 , Walden's business partner and frenemy.
Walden and Billy have a love-and-hate relationship, and even though they don't realize it, they're probably best friends.
In season nine, after years of not speaking to each other, Walden and Billy start their business back up again and work together on a project they call the "electronic suitcase".
In Billy's next appearance, he reveals that he has been seeing Walden's ex-wife, Bridget. In mid-season ten, Bridget breaks up with Billy, resulting in Walden, Alan, Billy, and Herb having a guys' night out, drinking and complaining about women.
He is never seen or mentioned again after this episode. She initiated the divorce proceedings because she felt Walden would never become a mature adult, but after the divorce was ready to be finalized she decided she loved him anew and wanted him back.
Unfortunately, Walden decided to sign the divorce papers and continue his nascent relationship with Zoey, leading Bridget to become violently unhinged and to fall into the orbit of a returned-from-Paris Rose.
Bridget makes an appearance in the series finale " Of Course He's Dead " in which she talks to Walden on the phone while in bed with actor John Stamos , who previously appeared in " Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt " Walden's debut episode.
Celeste Tinashe Kachingwe , seasons 6—7 , Jake's ex-girlfriend, and main love interest of seasons six and seven. Jake first meets Celeste when she and her dad, Jerome, move in next door to Charlie.
Jake and Celeste secretly date at first because her father is over protective, but he eventually gives the couple his blessing.
Celeste shows to be controlling over Jake, but he doesn't seem to notice. In season seven, Celeste spends Christmas with her mother, so Charlie convinces Jake to cheat on Celeste.
Celeste stops by Charlie's house to give Jake his Christmas present, but when she sees that he is cheating on her, she breaks up with him. Jake tries to get Celeste back in the following episode, but has no luck.
She also forced Charlie to buy a car from her so the secret of their relationship would not get out to her father and Evelyn.
Charlie is heart-broken to learn that she is actually a con artist named Sylvia Fishman, but he retains feelings for her, telling her that he will "wait" for her to get out of prison.
She reappears in Season 8's "Ow, Ow, Don't Stop" after being released from prison, and Charlie immediately falls for her again, even professing his love for her.
The two break up two episodes later in "Chocolate Diddlers or My Puppy's Dead" when they realize they have simply lost their feelings for one another and, in an extremely rare case for Charlie, they part mutually and on good terms.
In the season 9 episode "Nine Magic Fingers", Courtney starts dating Walden, but their relationship is short-lived as Alan and Bridget successfully convince Walden that Courtney is a con artist.
Linda Freeman Jane Lynch , seasons 1, 3—9, 11 , initially as Jake's, then as Charlie's and occasionally Alan's adept, incisive but money-hungry psychiatrist.
Often when Charlie or Alan are just getting to the root of their problem, Dr. Freeman notes that the area is interesting, "but, unfortunately, we're out of time".
She prides herself as a guesser and is quite sarcastic, especially with Charlie. During her sessions with Jake, Dr. Freeman displays a rather quirky demeanor and is noted for her use of a cow hand puppet.
She later has a session with Walden in season 9. It is implied that she like her actress is bisexual , as after Walden hugs her, she remarks "Hmph.
Maybe I'm not gay. Barry Foster Clark Duke , seasons 11—12 , was the working partner of Walden's love interest at the time Nicole.
He is a full grown man but due to his youthful looks, childish personality, and short stature — he is often mistaken to be a kid. He moves in with Walden temporarily, until Walden decides he's had enough of people moving into his house so he found Barry an apartment.
Barry idolizes Walden to the point it's borderline obsession. Nevertheless, Walden takes a liking to Barry and the two become good friends.
Despite having his own place, Barry tends to spend most of his time at the beach house hanging out with Jenny the two become best friends of sorts and are seen as a sort of a double act — similar to Jake and Eldridge , or eating their food.
Jenny, Alan and Berta mistook him for Jake upon meeting him for the first time. Since his first appearance on the show, Barry's role gradually becomes more significant.
Barry only makes one appearance in season He is there when the birth mother of Walden and Alan's supposed child goes into labour and stays to be there with them.
Eldridge is a very dim-witted drummer and somewhat of a troublemaker. In his first appearance at the end of season 7, he and Jake get into trouble after sneaking off to the beach with "a few" beers.
Jake and Eldridge are often portrayed reinforcing one another's stupidity, and by season 9, have become chronic stoners.
While Jake and Eldridge are friends, the relationship between their parents briefly causes some friction, but their friendship survives and they decide to join the Army following their high school graduation.
Eldridge is never seen or mentioned again by name after season 10 where Jake mentions while talking to Alan about them talking about Lyndsey and his relationship , though in season 12, a drunk Lyndsey does make reference to her and Alan both having screwed-up kids.
McMartin Maggie Lawson , season 12 , is the social worker who places Louis into Walden and Alan's care in the final season, when they get married as it is simpler for a couple to adopt.
Walden has an attraction to her which he finds hard to hide as he needs to appear gay in order to successfully adopt. Eventually, Alan and Ms. McMartin sleep together.
Though they initially decide to go their separate ways as they believed the romance was just in the heat of the moment and they weren't truly a thing, Walden decides he doesn't want to be alone forever and that he truly loves Ms.
He then goes to ask for another chance, and after serenading her with Michael Bolton , she accepts. While Alan once asked Ms.
McMartin what her first name is, her response is not shown to the audience. To show respect in Louis' presence, Alan and Walden continue to refer to her as Ms.
McMartin one of the show producers is named Susan McMartin. Gordon J. Walsh , seasons 1—4, 6—8 , a pizza delivery driver who idolized Charlie. During the third season he has a brief relationship with Rose, who forces him to dress like Charlie and yell the latter's name during sex.
After their break-up, he disappears from the show, but returned in season six, again delivering pizzas. He revealed how he became a millionaire on the stock market, got married and subsequently divorced and then lost all his money to his ex-wife, forcing him to return to pizza delivery.
He looked up to Charlie, often calling him a genius and always addressing him as "Mr. Harper" rather than the more familiar "Charlie". Charlie invariably orders pizza from Gordon's pizzeria for him to deliver, irrespective of the distance; including when subletting his own live-in girlfriend Chelsea's old apartment in the San Fernando Valley,  and when camped out with Alan et al.
Herbert "Herb" Melnick Ryan Stiles , season 2, 4—10, 12 portrays Judith's goofy, train-hobbyist, pediatrician second husband and Jake's stepfather.
He first appeared as Judith's date in Season 2's "Enjoy Those Garlic Balls," but due to an inconsistency in the storyline, he was initially referred to as "Greg Melnick.
In the Season 6 finale, Judith gives birth to their daughter, whom they name Millie Melnick. However, Herb does not know that Judith had a brief affair with Alan around the time Millie was conceived, and remains in the dark about the fact that Alan could possibly be Millie's biological father.
Single for most of his life, Herb's hobbies center on gardening,  his large model train layout,  and "accidentally" bumping into Lyndsey every morning.
After she leaves him Alan lives with him briefly after he and Walden have a fight, and tries to convince Alan to stay to avoid his loneliness without Judith.
He begins to party out of control to get over Judith, so Walden and Alan call Judith to try and calm him down a rare moment of Alan and Judith working together.
Herb and Judith then reluctantly get back together and Herb returns to normalcy. Herb does not make a single appearance in Season In the episode "Cab Fare and a Bottle of Pencillin", it is implied that he and Judith have separated for a third time and have possibly divorced, as he is nowhere to be seen at his and Judith's house.
He returns in season 12 when Walden invites him, Barry and Larry over to celebrate that he and Alan will be adopting a child. He is there with Walden and Alan when the birth mother goes into labor and decides to stay with them because he wanted to be there to support them.
Notably, Herb does not appear in the series finale, nor is there any further mention of his whereabouts.
Charlie and Linda met through Alan, and his girlfriend Donna. Charlie and Linda's first date doesn't go as planned, but Charlie gets himself arrested in order to see Linda at court.
Linda agrees to give Charlie another chance. Linda and Charlie start to get serious, but their relationship is in trouble when Charlie starts to see Rose's face on every woman he sees.
Charlie flies to London to see Rose, but when he learns that Rose is ready to start a family, Charlies flees London and continues his relationship with Linda.
Charlie learns that he is good with kids when he meets Linda's son, Brandon. Charlie makes Brandon a mix tape of kid's songs, and when Linda's ex-husband hears them, he offers Charlie a job as a kid's singer.
When Linda is awarded as "Judge of the Year", she takes Charlie to a function that celebrates her.
Evelyn accidentally gives Charlie the wrong pill that instead of calming him down, it makes him act crazy.
After being humiliated at the function, Linda breaks up with Charlie. Kate Brooke D'Orsay , season 10—11 , Walden's ex-girlfriend and main love interest of season ten.
Walden decides he wants to come up with a new persona so he can meet a girl who isn't after his money. Walden pretends to be the make believe Sam Wilson.
Walden and Kate meet at the department store where she works. Kate tells Walden that he can move in with her and he agrees.
They also spend Christmas together. Walden feels depressed with Kate gone and he gains a lot of weight. Kate gets furious and breaks up with him but later realizes that Walden helped her get her fashion show so she forgives him but they remain broken up since Kate has to stay in New York.
Kate returns three episodes later and Walden spends Valentine's Day with her. They are forced to break up due to their busy schedules.
It is revealed to the audience that Rose is Kate's new fashion line investor Walden and Alan are ignorant of Rose's involvement, and Kate is unaware of Rose's connection to them and her psychosis.
She returns in the season 11 episode "West Side Story" inviting Walden to her boutique opening. They then have dinner in the restaurant where they had their first date agreeing not to have sex afterwards, but they end up in bed and right when they are about to have sex, they both get food poisoning from the fish they ate at the restaurant.
He then meets a woman named Vivian and falls for her. He tells Kate when she gets back and they break up for good.
She is never seen or mentioned again after this episode. Larry Martin D. Sweeney , season 11—12 , was Lyndsey's boyfriend after she and Alan broke up.
However Lyndsey began cheating on Larry with Alan because he was apparently bad in bed. Alan thinks that he and Lyndsey will get back together, but Lyndsey says she likes all the qualities Larry has that Alan doesn't and therefore only wants the relationship with Alan to be sexual.
To find out more about Larry, Alan created a pseudonym of "Jeff Strongman". Larry and "Jeff" hit it off and eventually become best friends. Larry attends a gym and helps out with charities, but he is very naive and later on develops into an "idiot" character.
He proposes to Lyndsey halfway through the season just as Alan was about to. Lyndsey says yes to Larry and Larry asks Jeff to be his best man, much to the chagrin of Lyndsey who is irritated by Alan's close friendship with Larry.
Larry seems to have no shame as he doesn't mind listening to Jeff and his sister having sex in the next room.
It can be argued that he is the most important recurring character in the eleventh season, as the overarching storyline for the season revolves around his relationships with Alan and Lyndsey.
When Alan reveals who he truly is to Larry, he initially struggles to understand. When the realization hits him, Larry cancels his wedding with Lyndsey.
He attends Alan and Gretchen's wedding, making it clear that he blames Lyndsey not Alan. However, when Walden accidentally reveals to him that Alan was cheating with Lyndsey, Larry goes to confront Alan, only for Walden to push Larry off of the deck of the beach house.
Walden calls him, Herb and Barry over to celebrate the fact that he and Alan will be receiving a child. However, he is confused by that fact and believes that one of the two men will be having the baby.
He is there with them when the birth mother goes into labour as he wanted to be there with them, saying "to raise a child it takes the Village People".
Years ago, she was featured in a soft-core porn movie, Cinnamon's Buns. However, Lyndsey later breaks up with the boyfriend and tells Alan she wants to resume dating him; he is initially happy, then somewhat downcast when she explains that she had to work too hard to look sexy and cover up her bodily functions to keep the young guy, and she can forget about all that with Alan because he's not going to find anyone else.
Alan later tells Jake that he and Lyndsey are dating but have absolutely no intention of getting married. They however get engaged in the season ten episode "Something My Gynecologist Said".
This does not deter Lyndsey from having sex with Alan's ex-wife Kandi when Kandi attempts to reconcile with Alan. Later, in season ten, Lyndsey breaks up with Alan again and begins dating a man named Nick.
Nick is unseen, though Alan spies on him and Lyndsey and hears them having loud sex. As season eleven begins, it is unknown what happened to Nick, but Lyndsey reveals she is dating another man who turns out to be Larry Martin.
She still keeps Alan around for sex only, revealing that Larry is lousy in bed but that she likes all of his other qualities.
Larry eventually proposes to Lyndsey and she accepts, but the wedding is cancelled when Larry learns of Alan's true identity and that Lyndsey cheated.
Lyndsey returns early in season twelve after 60 days in alcohol rehab, only to find out that Alan married Walden. She immediately gets drunk and goes to Alan, suggesting that they resume their sex-only relationship.
In the last few episodes, she is planning on moving away until she gets back together with Alan and accepts his marriage proposal after seeing the huge engagement ring that Walden purchased for Alan to give to Lyndsey.
In the final episode, Alan telephones Lyndsey to inform her that should anything happen to him, she was the love of his life since he currently fears the wrath of a very-alive Charlie.
Though she tells him she loves him, she is in a pawn shop selling Alan's engagement ring behind his back. Megan Macey Cruthird , seasons 8—9 , Jake's math tutor and brief girlfriend.
Jake develops a crush on Megan in season eight, but she does not reciprocate the feelings. In season nine, Megan falls for Walden which makes Jake jealous.
After realizing she has no chance with Walden, she settles for Jake and they start dating. When Alan is sent to a mental hospital, he has a nightmare that Jake gets Megan pregnant but in reality, Jake reveals that he and Megan never had sex, but he plans to that evening.
Melissa Kelly Stables , seasons 6—8 , Alan's receptionist who briefly dated Charlie before starting a relationship with Alan.
She broke off the relationship after discovering Alan in bed with her mother Alan was under the influence of marijuana, provided by Melissa's mother.Jake develops a crush on Megan in season eight, but she does Mit Den Besten Grüßen reciprocate the feelings. She never Räuber Und Gendarm she could work for anyone besides Charlie, but admits to Walden that he is instead the greatest boss she ever had, making Charlie second-best. She Chose Otherwise". Sherlock English Stream her relationship with Charlie, Judith got along with Walden just fine — mostly Bruno F Apitz to Colony Season 3 initial interest in him. Init Wann Kommt Supernatural Staffel 12 reported that she was attached to star in a television series written by Pamela Ribon. She has served time in prison and worked as a prison barber. Kandi is soon offered a role as a forensics expert on a Perception Vox -type television series, entitled Stiffs. Rose hat Charlie vier Jahre in ihrem Keller in einem Brunnenschacht festgehalten - doch nun ist er ausgebrochen. Evelyn (Holland Taylor, l.), Alan (Jon Cryer, 2. Quotes. Alan Harper: [to Rose's father] You'll have to forgive my brother. He thinks with his penis, and his. Charlies Haushälterin Berta ist über die Mehrarbeit wegen Alan und Jake wenig erfreut, und Charlies Stalkerin Rose, mit der er einmal geschlafen hat, verfolgt und. Two And A Half Men. Natürlich ist er tot (2). Rose ist wieder aufgetaucht. Sie erzählt, dass Charlie noch am Leben sei und wie sie glückliche vier Jahre mit ihm. Rose, die romantisch veranlagte, leicht psychopathische Stalkerin von Charlie. Gespielt wurde sie von Melanie Lynskey. Nach dem Ende von «. Runtime: 22 min. Als Charlie ihm aber klar macht, dass er keine Alimente mehr zahlen muss, falls die beiden heiraten, sieht Alan die Sache wieder ganz anders Added to Watchlist. Photos Add Image. Alan möchte seine Ex-Frau Judith besuchen, um ihr eine kleine Keramikgiraffe zurückzugeben, die er vor ihrer Ehe für sie gebastelt hatte. Berta Patricia Noah Charlies Haushälterin. Dieses Bild von sich postete Jones auf seinem Alexandra Maria Lara Sohn. Two and a Half Men — External Reviews.