Two and a Half Men Review: Army, Some Fatigue

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Two and a Half Men kicked off Season 10 with "I Changed My Mind About The Milk."

But, really, can we change the title at this point to simply Three Men? Jake is now legal and has joined the army, after all. He's practically the most mature character on the show.

Jake on Skype

This week's premiere was not a very good episode, despite a fun appearance by Michael Bolton. 

Granted, Zoey turned down Walden’s proposal (I saw that coming, didn't you?) because there is another man. So that's a pretty big episode. And the episode did well to deliver on other storylines, as we saw the obvious mommy issues our billionaire possesses, which have resulted in many women leaving him. 

If refusing to marry Walden means that is the end of Zoey, I must be honest: I'll be thrilled. I've never been a huge fan of hers.

Moving on other characters, though, is there the premiere really fell apart. Alan is still shameless and pathetic. Berta and Evelyn? Still crass as always.

One storyline in which I am genuinely interested in is that of Jake. He looked good with the army uniform on and even the buzz cut fit. With him getting a love interest (Miley Cyrus!), I cannot wait to see what this season has in store for him.

Overall, it was a decent outing for the returning comedy. What did you think of the premiere? Sound off in the comments, and check out Two and a Half Men quotes section to see how Berta describes Jake now. Trust me, it is hilarious.

I Changed My Mind About The Milk Review

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Two and a Half Men Season 10 Episode 1 Quotes

Alan: Wow, seems like just yesterday, he was an adorable, chubby-cheeked little boy catching a Frisbee on the beach in Santa Monica.
Berta: Now, he is a fuzz-face, buck private catching the clap from a whore in Tijuana.

Alan: Can I come live with you?
Evelyn: No
Alan: Oh, come one, Mom, I am going to be homeless, once he marries her; I am going to be living on the street.
Evelyn: Try to pick a street in Beverly Hills, so I visit you