The American comedy series Two and a Half Men ran for twelve seasons (September 22, 2003–February 19, 2015) on CBS and featured 262 episodes.

You may say that "Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab" is the most hilarious episode of Two and a Half Men.

It won two Golden Globes (to Charlie Sheen) and nine Primetime Emmys (to Jon Cryer) out of 46 nominations. 

E Celebrity Spy reports that Melanie Lynskey's original Two and a Half Men salary was close to $200,000.

During the four-year period from June 2012 to June 2013, Kutcher maintained the record for highest-paid actor on television, earning $24 million (equivalent to $750,000 per episode).

Cryer made between $600,000 and $700.000 every episode, making her the second highest-paid TV celebrity in the United States.

Created by Chuck Lorre Lee Aronsohn

The replacement of Charlie Sheen by Ashton Kutcher resulted in a slight decline in the show's quality.

After Sheen left the program due to controversy surrounding remarks he made against Chuck Lorre, the show's creator, Ashton Kutcher took over for the last four seasons.

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