Charlie Sheen Mouths Off in a Way We All Wish We Could. That’s Why We Keep Watching and Why CBS Pays Him 2 Million Bucks Per Episode.

Two and a Half Men’s writing team is highly regarded by both colleagues and television critics. The episodes contain fast-paced, snappy dialogue, which is often crude, insult-heavy, and almost always focused on another character’s shortcomings. Such banter is the envy of those who carry internal “wish-lists” of things they could’ve, would’ve, and should’ve said throughout their own trials and tribulations.

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