A little piece of Charlie Harper returned in the eleventh season premiere of "Two and a Half Men." Actually, it's a full-grown piece of Charlie Harper. Amber Tamblyn joined the cast as Jenny, Charlie's daughter. Despite having never met her father, Jenny proved that she's absolutely her father's daughter.
In true Harper fashion, she quickly made Walden's home her own, and even wasted no time in bringing a beautiful woman home. Understandably, Walden thought that this was Jenny's way of helping him score, because he kind of admitted to her that he was a sucker for love. And that he sucked at it.
When Walden tried to follow the girl upstairs to show her the view from the bedroom, though, Jenny stopped him.
“Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Where you going?” she asked him. "Oh, you thought? Oh ... no, no, no, no, no. She’s mine. Next time, I’ll get two.”
That's right, Jenny's into the ladies, which means every aspect of Charlie's persona is back on the show, including his womanizing. E! Online's Tierney Bricker said that Tamblyn definitely helped the sitcom feel fresh again, like Charlie was back.
Tamblyn promised Entertainment Weekly that fans will be seeing a lot more of Charlie's long-lost daughter. "We’ve done three episodes," she said. "They’ve been — I pinch myself. It’s the funnest job in the world. It’s also something I’ve never really played before, so it feels new and fresh and exciting and terrifying all at the same time.”
The new "Two and a Half Men" continues at its new later timeslot on Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. ET on CBS.
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