Premise: Following his tumultuous, and highly publicized, departure from hit sitcom ``Two and a Half Men,'' Charlie Sheen returns to series television in this comedy loosely based on the 2003 Adam Sandler film ``Anger Management.'' Sheen stars as Charlie, a former professional baseball player whose career was ended by an injury caused by his anger issues. Charlie went back to school after his playing career ended and now works as a therapist who specializes in anger management. In addition to weekly sessions with his primary group of patients, Charlie does pro bono counseling for a group of inmates at a state prison. Even though he now helps others control their anger problems, Charlie continues to battle his own anger issues. Complicating his life are his relationships with his own therapist -- his ex-wife, whose positive outlook frustrates Charlie -- and his teenage daughter, who has obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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S02, E42 (First Aired: Nov. 14, 2013)
Charlie inadvertently suggests that Lacey and Patrick pretend to date in order for her to get her inheritance.
S02, E43 (First Aired: Nov. 21, 2013)
Charlie wants a do-over with the woman he lost his virginity to; Lacey's parents pay a surprise visit.