CBS is giving themselves plenty of time to prepare for their fall season in the promotional department, and today, we found out some more details on something worth looking forward to: The first appearance of Amber Tamblyn on “Two and a Half Men.” We still think that her casting as Jenny was somewhat brilliant; she’s very respected among TV fans for “House” and “Joan of Arcadia,” and she brings an air of something special to a show that is so often associated with being lowbrow and despised by TV critics.
The title for this episode (which airs on September 26 at its new 9:30 p.m. time slot) is the incredibly-strange “Nangnangnangnang,” and the official synopsis to go along with it is hardly the most revealing thing that we have ever seen when it comes to what we already knew about this show going in:
“Alan is shocked when Charlie’s 25-year-old daughter shows up at Walden’s beach house to connect with what’s left of her family, and who happens to like everything her dad liked – including women.”
For now, Tamblyn is listed as recurring on the show, but that could change a little bit later depending on how well she ends up faring. It’s interesting in a way that there are only three series regulars at the moment in Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Conchata Ferrell. You can at least expect to see the return of Alan’s mother Evelyn in this episode, which is always nice to see.
Do you want to see some more news about “Two and a Half Men”? If you want to read about Cryer’s opinion on Tamblyn, click here!