There couldn't be two more different brothers than Charlie (played by Charlie Sheen) and Alan (played by Jon Cryer). Alan is uptight, repressed and pretty much a loser with the ladies, while Charlie is loose, messy and has a different woman in his bed pretty much every night. After Alan's wife leaves him he is stuck with no where to live with his son Jake (played by Angus T. Jones) so he moves in with Charlie. The two brothers are like oil and water and usually at each other's throats. Living together does not do wonders for the brothers' relationship but it definitely makes for good television.
Episode 1: Taterhead is Our Love Child: Charlie is worried when an old girlfriend introduces him to her 8-year-old son who looks exactly like him.
Episode 2: Pie Hole, Herb: Charlie refuses to pay Alan back the $38 he borrowed from him.
Episode 3: Damn You, Eggs Benedict: Everyone tries something different: Charlie tries to cook, Jake tries beer and Alan tries dating two women at the same time.
Episode 4: The Flavin' and the Mavin': Charlie starts dating Alan's receptionist.
Episode 5: A Jock Strap in Hell: After Charlie dumps Alan's teacher she becomes a stripper.
Episode 6: It's Always Nazi Week: Judith's (played by Marin Hinkle) marriage to Herb (played by Ryan Stiles) falls apart and she wants Alan back.
Episode 7: Best H.O. Money Can Buy: Six weeks after sleeping with both Herb and Alan Judith has big news for them.
Episode 8: Pinocchio's Mouth: Charlie sleeps over at Chelsea's (played by Jennifer Bini Taylor) but misses his usual comforts.
Episode 9: The Mooch at the Boo: Jake disappears with a girl whose father is an ex-NFL star named Mad Dog.
Episode 10: He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited: Evelyn (played by Holland Taylor) offers to pay for college and a car for Jake.
Episode 11: The Devil's Lube: After a friend of his dies Charlie goes on a gift-giving spree.
Episode 12: Thank God for Scoliosis: Alan embarks on a workplace romance.
Episode 13: I Think You Offended Don: Believing that he might be the father Alan helps Herb get the nursery ready.
Episode 14: David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie: On his 40th birthday Alan surprises everyone by moving out.
Episode 15: I'd Like to Start with the Cat: Charlie is unhappy after Chelsea dumps him.
Episode 16: She'll Still be Dead at Halftime: Charlie comes back early from a trip and finds a drunken blonde in his bed.
Episode 17: The "Ocu" or the "Pado": Charlie says "I love you" to Chelsea.
Episode 18: My Son's Enormous Head: My Son's Enormous Head: Charlie takes care of Chelsea when she comes down with the flu.
Episode 19: The Two Finger Rule: Charlie, Alan, Herb and Jerome (played by Michael Clarke Duncan) get drunk together and feel bad for each other.
Episode 20: Hello, I am an Cousteau: Chelsea has become best friends with Evelyn.
Episode 21: Above Exalted Cyclops: Chelsea decides that she and Charlie should go on a double date with Alan and her friend Rose (played by Melanie Lynskey).
Episode 22: Sir Lancelot's Litter Box: Chelsea tells Charlie that it is time for her to move in.
Episode 23: Good Morning Mrs. Butterworth: Chelsea and Alan become best friends.
Episode 24: Baseball Was Better with Steroids: Alan coaches Judith through labour.
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