Idelson, Karen
October 2007
Daily Variety;10/15/2007, Vol. 297 Issue 11, pA2
Trade Publication
The article reports that the women characters of the television comedy "Two and a Half Men," played by actresses Marin Hinkle, Conchata Ferrell and Holland Taylor, provide strong counterpoint to the men characters played by Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer. According to co-creator Chuck Lorre, man-woman relationship is the central drive in most people's lives.


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