In the third season-opener, Annie is feeling a little depressed since she's 3 months pregnant. Ruthie is pretending to feel a little pregnant herself. Lucy is following the dating advice from 'The Rules' book she has. Matt moves in an apartment with three attractive girls. Eric is looking for the perfect 20th anniversary plan for Annie. Mary gets a lot of attention from guys, which makes Lucy jealous. Although, one of Mary's 'guy' friends asks Lucy out. Matt finally comes back home because of girl problems he was having with his new roommates. Simon's girlfriend is acting a little weird. Eric and Annie tell the kids they're having TWINS!
First of all, people can refer to themselves as whatever they want. Why is “Pet parent,” a term that pisses you off? You seem to be wasting a lot of negative energy being mad about it and should find something else to focus on. Secondly, you “Pet Owners not Pet Parents,” are the pathetic one for having the mindset that people who consider a dog, cat, etc. a member of the family is abnormal. Would you treat a living thing with any less than the utmost care and responsibility It deserves? If you care for a living being, especially one you share a home with, you treat it as a family member. Thus, treating your dog as you would treat your child is not abnormal, it’s EXPECTED, and if you do not care for an animal the way you would care for a child you shouldn’t have one. Lastly, what is “abnormal” are people who get so worked up over others who are dog moms and cat dads, horse grandparents (make no mistake, a racehorse is worth much more than your child and is probably better taken care of than your child is.) in conclusion, if you are lucky your kid will fall in love with a partner who treats animals that well; it’s a sign that the person is loving, compassionate, and shows how they will treat their human partner, human children, and animal children in the future.
Cast members Marin Hinkle and Holland Taylor expressed sadness at Sheen's departure and personal problems.  Jon Cryer did not publicly comment on the matter and in response, Sheen called him "a turncoat, a traitor, [and] a troll" in an E! Online interview,  although he later issued a "half-apology" to Cryer for the remarks.  Sheen sued Lorre and Warner Bros. Television for $100 million, saying that he had filed the lawsuit on behalf of himself and Two and a Half Men' s cast and crew; however, only Sheen was named as a plaintiff in court documents.