With Season 9 of "Two and a Half Men" set to begin soon, fans are starting to get antsy. We have learned that the premiere will feature Charlie Harper's funeral, and will bring back Rose (Melanie Lynskey). If you are an avid watcher of the show, you will know all about the crazy relationship the two of them have had. Charlie is said to have died when he "fell" onto the subway tracks after Rose caught him cheating. (It appears that during the season hiatus after the drama actor Charlie Sheen caused, the characters of Rose and Charlie had gotten married.) Here are some of the best "Rose moments" from the past nine seasons.
Season 1, Episode 9 "Phase One"
Charlie's one-night stand becomes a little more than he had hoped for. Wendy meets Jake and begins to use him as a way to continue seeing Charlie. When Charlie finally says goodbye to Wendy, Jake is incredibly upset. Rose comes by and asks Alan to teach her how to play Scrabble. Charlie thinks that Rose is mocking Wendy's behavior by using Alan, but he never addresses the issue with either of them.
Season 4, Episode 15 "My Damn Stalker"
Rose tells Charlie she is leaving but he doesn't buy it. Charlie is in between girls and can't seem to figure out what is missing. Meanwhile, Alan meets a woman on a dating site. He lies and tells her the house is his, and Charlie is his brother who is mooching off of him. When Charlie goes to see Rose at her house, she is ready to leave. She has her suitcase in hand and is headed out the door. He watches her go to the cab and she leaves her front door open. He still thinks it's a joke until he walks into an empty home. He sits there and realizes that Rose may be his "one true love." When Charlie heads home, he finds Alan tied to his own bed with stockings on. It seemed that both Harper men had rough nights.
Season 5, Episode 12 "A Little Clammy and None Too Fresh"
Rose is back from England and has enlisted a woman to give Charlie the flu. When he catches it, Rose swoops in to help him. She keeps him heavily medicated and locked up in his room for days. When he finally catches on, Alan thinks he is losing it. As it turns out, she was keeping him completely doped up for her own sick and twisted games. At the end of the show, Rose is seen thanking the woman that Charlie was with.
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