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Did I watch an episode or two while visiting my parents in Florida for Easter Walden Schmidt (Kutcher), a jilted Internet billionaire, meets Alan. All Episodes () · Next · Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt Poster. After the death of Charlie Harper, Alan faces the reality of moving out of his brother's beach. "Two and a Half Men" Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt (TV Episode ) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
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Given the impossibility of fulfilling Charlie's wish to have his ashes be swallowed by Pamela Anderson he also turns down taking him to live at Evelyn's, claiming "That's how horror movies start"Alan decides to sprinkle the remains on the beach.
As he goes to do so, he is startled by a young man Ashton Kutcher standing on the deck, causing him to spill Charlie's ashes all over the living room.
Berta quips her classic line, "I ain't cleaning him up. After phoning his wife and being rejected again, the stranger introduces himself to Alan as Walden Schmidta billionaire who made his money by selling out to Microsoft. After Walden asks for a wetsuit so that he can try to drown himself again, Alan offers to take him to Pavlov's bar.
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The two pick up a pair of women who are sympathetic towards Walden. The four return to Charlie's house, which is now Alan's, where Alan offers to make drinks. While he is away, the two women lead Walden upstairs where they have sex with him in Charlie's room, leaving Alan downstairs and alone. The next morning, a naked Walden goes into the kitchen, meets Berta, who is impressed by his endowment and tells Alan about what happened the night before.
Walden also announces his intent to buy the house. As Judith Marin Hinkle comes by to drop Jake off for the weekend, they walk in on Walden hugging Alan out of gratitude for his friendship. Judith says "I like him.
I'm a terrible choice to recap the premiere of Men 2. Did I enjoy watching the show over which Sheen formerly held court? Did I watch an episode or two while visiting my parents in Florida for Easter and not really mind it exactly?
Was I a Kutcher fan from his days on That '70s Show? That said, my feelings about the merger of the relative pop-culture magnetism of Two and a Half Men and Kutcher can be summarized in one simple word brought to the colonies by my Emerald Isle forebears: As near as I can gather, Charlie Harper Sheen died in a train accident that may or may not have been caused by his former stalker Rose Melanie Lynskeywho, in her sorta-eulogy reveals that she and Charlie got married.
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The show puts the "fun" in funeral by having a bunch of Charlie's former conquests shout out the names of the venereal "presents" with which Charlie left them. Nevertheless, his death leaves a vacuum in the Harper family — a financial one.
I loved him and I'm devastated that he's gone, leaving me with nothing but my memories and my regrets and the listing for his beautiful beachfront Malibu getaway with three bedrooms and three and a half baths and a beautiful panoramic ocean view.
Help yourselves to brochures out by the coffee urn. Um, anyway Open house is Sunday, Okay. Um, I'd like to take a moment to talk about my brother, um, and his incredible love for life.
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He also loved being spanked. While wearing my panties. He used my panties to make tea. M-My point is, um, that Charlie lived life on his own terms and-and never apologized for who he was.
Yeah, blah, blah, blah. Why can't we see the body? Yeah, I didn't come all this way to spit on a closed coffin.