Chuck Lorre's once great Two and a Half Men is now completely down the drain, starting with the new season premiere that aired on television last September. Sure, the first episode got the highest ratings ever from the show, but pretty soon after that, it just absolutely bombed. Well, actually, I suppose tanked would be a more accurate description. And, this is all actually quiet rightfully so. I mean, with Ashton Kutcher on the show now, and no Charlie Sheen, this show is just nothing. Yes, we all now know Charlie Sheen's now infamous freak out early last year, but that does not mean that he had to get killed off on the first episode of the new season. Everything is just all screwed up now, and what's worse, Ashton Kutcher isn't funny worth a sh-t, anymore. Pardon my language, but that is just how I feel about it. And the truth is, when Charlie Sheen was one this show, it was funny. Sure, it was often in very poor taste, but the most important thing was that it made me laugh and laugh until I started crying and I had to hold my sides. Sure, Charlie Sheen didn't completely make the show, because John Cryer and a few of the other selected cast members all did there parts well and rather very much effectively, but the show just isn't anything worth bothering with, anymore. Oh, well. At least for Chuck Lorre, he still has his ever-popular and still ever-loved hit The Big Bang Theory, so I think that he will be fine. But, since this show is Rated TV-14, this is a very much deserved rating: There is pretty much a non-stop bombardment of crude and sexual humor throughout nearly every episode. It is often very funny, but rarely subtle and occasionally shockingly explicit for a prime-time sitcom. Also, there is pretty much equally non-stop drinking and consumption of alcohol, plus some slightly less frequent smoking as well. And, finally, there is frequent but fairly average profanity, with everything that is allowed on television, such as crap, d-mn, hell, piss, and more. So, even though this show is just god-awful now, let's just go back and remember the glory days of the show, the golden years. Back when there wasn't a funnier sitcom on TV. Reccomended.