On June 16, 2015, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season on DVD. The two-disc set will contain all 16 episodes from season 12 of the popular sitcom starring Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer. The set, of course, includes the guest star-packed series finale “Of Course He’s Dead,” which aired February 19, 2015 and sent the series off with high ratings (over 13.5 million viewers tuned in). A gag reel is included as a special feature.
Official synopsis (from the press materials): “Season Twelve begins with an unexpected twist when single billionaire Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher) suffers a mild heart attack on his way to a Halloween party. Walden’s brush with death causes him to reevaluate his life and he decides to become a father. But after attempting to adopt as a single guy, Walden turns to his best friend/housemate, Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) for help, and Alan’s dreams of living in the Malibu beach house forever come true when Walden proposes. Walden and Alan convince their social worker that they’re a loving, albeit quirky, couple by day – while sneaking girlfriends out of the house by night.
Eventually, the guys welcome six-year-old foster child Louis (new series regular Edan Alexander) into their lives and all sorts of comedic exploits unfold as newlyweds Walden and Alan adjust to their new lives as co-parents, husbands and bachelors. Everything seems perfect at the household for these two and a half men until they get a surprise visit from Charlie’s widow, Rose, (recurring guest star Melanie Lynskey) and learn that Charlie Harper is alive. Or is he?”
“The ol’ Mexican spinach,” “A chic bar in Ibiza,” “Glamping in a yurt,” “Thirty-eight, sixty-two, thirty-eight,” “Oontz. Oontz. Oontz.,” “Alan shot a little girl,” “Sex with an animated Ed Asner,” “Clockwise in back hole until tight,” “Bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, Lyndsey,” “Here I come, pants!,” “For whom the booty calls,” “A beer-battered rip-off,” “Boompa loved his hookers,” “Don’t give a monkey a gun,” “Of course he’s dead – Part 1,” “Of course he’s dead – Part 2”