‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 13th episode “Charlie and the Ex-Patient,” as Charlie reconnects with an old patient (Kate Reinders) that policy dictates he not date for several months, while a number of her past therapists attempt to put in time with her as well.
Previous episode “Charlie's Dad Starts to Lose It” saw Charlie’s father Martin (Martin Sheen) beginning to display suspicious signs of Alzheimer’s disease, while Patrick’s efforts to improve Nolan’s wardrobe revealed a surprising fear, so what will the latest episode bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the third half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or should we keep our professional distance?
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And here we go again. ‘Anger Management’ continues on with its 90-episode, two-year run with its 12th episode “Charlie's Dad Starts to Lose It," as Charlie's father Martin (Martin Sheen) begins displaying suspicious signs of Alzheimer's disease, while Patrick's efforts to improve Nolan's wardrobe reveal a surprising fear.
Previous episode “Charlie Loses It At A Baby Shower” saw Charlie enlisting Kate’s help in re-connecting with his acerbic sister Meredith (Meredith Salinger), while Patrick convinced Ed that his daughter (Jen Kober) might be gay, so what will the latest episode bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the second half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or would we rather forget?
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Well, here we go. ‘Anger Management’ kicks off the beginning of its 90-episode, two-year run with its 11th episode "Charlie Loses It At A Baby Shower, as Charlie enlists Kate's help in re-connecting with his acerbic sister Meredith (Meredith Salinger), while Patrick convinces Ed that his daughter (Jen Kober) might be gay.
Last season’s finale episode “Charlie Gets Romantic” saw Charlie's relationship with Kate (Selma Blair) jeopardized over an innocent invitation to the movies, while Charlie and Jennifer uncovered a Facebook picture of their daughter Sam kissing another girl, so what will the newest batch of episodes bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the second run of 'Anger Management,' or does it make us want to lose it?
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Last year, we were astonished by the news that FX had picked up Charlie Sheen's contract option for an additional 90 episodes of 'Anger Management' to follow the first 10, and now the network has dropped another bombshell. Rather than follow the traditional season format, or space out its generous order, the network will move full steam ahead with a massive, nigh-uninterrupted 'Anger Management' run over the next two years. Find out how much 'Anger Management' is coming your way inside!
With an additional order of 90 episodes, FX and Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' has quite a bit of time on its hands to recruit big-name guest stars into the fold. It isn't yet known how the additional episodes will be structured into seasons, but the show will definitively return for its next cycle on Thursday, January 17 with all-new episodes. 'Glee' and former 'Two and a Half Men' star Jane Lynch is rumored to make an appearance over the course of the new season, but will major 'Men' stars like Jon Cryer or Angus T. Jones quickly follow?
It's the story that just keeps giving! Like we mentioned yesterday when disgraced 'Two and a Half Men' and current 'Anger Management' star Charlie Sheen offered yet another comment on 'Men' star Angus T. Jones' religious-fueled "Filth" rant against the CBS sitcom, it's unlikely Jones will risk rocking the boat any further. However, Sheen now hopes to coerce the young star to join the dark side leave 'Men' behind as he once did, and join him on 'Anger Management!' Would Jones accept the offer?
Now that Thanksgiving has fallen by the wayside, and soon Christmas itself will roast upon an open fire, we can finally start to put 2012 behind us. And what better way to do that, than to look forward to FX's 2013 slate of 'Justified' season 4, 'Anger Management' season 2, 'Archer' season 4 and another new series to fall in love with? The network has officially unveiled its early 2013 schedule, so what will you be watching when the calendar starts anew?
Man, who'd have thought that leaving behind 'Two and a Half Men' would be the smartest thing Charlie Sheen ever did? While the tenth (and likely final) season of CBS' monster hit continues imploding off-screen with star Angus T. Jones' religious rant, former lead Charlie Sheen is sitting pretty with 'Anger Management.' Not only did FX pick up the Charlie Sheen comedy for an additional 90 episodes to follow the first season, but music superstar and 'The Voice' judge Cee Lo Green has signed on for an appearance! But...as whom?
Boy, and we thought writing about how much the child stars of 'Modern Family' make per episode was as depressing as things would get this week. Love or hate Charlie Sheen's FX comedy comeback vehicle 'Anger Management,' there's no denying that it's made a mint for the network. And when it comes to Charlie Sheen, TV doesn't take half measures. FX has officially picked up the option for an additional 90 episodes of the therapy three-camera, but what will be different about the new episodes?
That's all she wrote for Charlie Sheen, at least for now. ‘Anger Management’ season 1 comes to a close with its tenth episode, as Charlie finds his relationship with Kate jeopardized over an innocent invitation to the movies, while Charlie and Jennifer uncover a Facebook picture of their daughter Sam kissing another girl.
Last week’s ninth episode “Charlie's Dad Visits” saw exactly that, as Charlie found himself visited by his father (Martin Sheen), and wondering if the slights he remembers over the years might have been his imagination running away with him, so what will the final outing bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the potentially final half-hour, or or is it not worth committing to?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ season 1 finale, “Charlie Gets Romantic!”
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