'Two and a Half Men' Season 11: Amber Tamblyn's First Photos as Charlie's Lesbian Daughter

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Hard to believe we're still writing about 'Two and a Half Men' by the 11th season, though the upcoming CBS run of the longrunning comedy may prove its most-watched in years after yet another main character leaves the show behind to become less of the original 'Two and a Half Men.' We know Amber Tamblyn will join the series as Charlie's long-lost lesbian daughter, but what does her first appearance look like?

Via YahooTV, we managed to catch our first glimpse at the former 'Joan of Arcadia' star in her new role, which has the option to go recurring and effectively replace series star Angus T. Jones' role as Jake Harper. Tamblyn’s Jenny will arrive in the September 26 premiere having moved from New York to LA to pursue a career in showbusiness, but after learning of Charlie's fate, Jenny opts to stay with Uncle Alan (Jon Cryer) and Walden (Ashton Kutcher).

“She’s somewhat of a chip off the old block,” said executive and series creator producer Chuck Lorre of Jenny’s character. “She’s having a good time and doesn’t care about the destruction left behind her. Decadence from the other side felt long overdue.” Tamblyn too described the character, saying "There's definitely a lot of Charlie Harper in the character. She's the modern gay Katharine Hepburn with a sailor's mouth. Her liver is its own superhero."

‘Two and a Half Men’ will return September 26 for an eleventh season in its new airing time on Thursdays at 9:30 p.m., so check out Amber Tamblyn's debut below, and tell how many more seasons you think the series has left in the comments!

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