Have you ever watched or listened to Monty Python? Well, you should, and I'm convinced that television producer Chuck Lorre does. You don't believe me, do you? Well, let's look at some of a classic Monty Python song and see if we can't find similarities in a Chuck Lorre television program, shall we? Here we go, the opening of the song:
Half a bee, philosophically,
Must, ipso facto, half not be.
But half the bee has got to be
Vis a vis, its entity. D'you see?
But can a bee be said to be
Or not to be an entire bee
When half the bee is not a bee
Due to some ancient injury?
Figured it out yet? Worked out we're I'm heading here (or did you cheat and see the article title?)? That's right, Two and a Half Men. D'you see? Half the man has got to be, vis a vis, his entity. I can absolutely admit that this is slightly different in that the half man in question here is naught but a child, rather than an accidentally bisected hive employee, but I think that the main gist is constant. He's got to be, and certainly he do bee, but he does not do bee do.
Alternatively, if you're looking for something that is more fickle, more inconstant, more subject to whim and whimsies of time, how about a DVD giveaway? Because, we have one of those too. Yup, we're giving away one copy of the entire first season of Two and a Half Men. No, you're not going to get a half a copy or a full copy of a half a season or two and a half copies of a full season or anything like that. Should you win, you'll get a full and complete copy of the entire first season.