Jake (Angus T. Jones, second left) gets in trouble with his girlfriend, played by guest star Jaime Pressley, second right. Alan (Jon Cryer, right) and Walden (Ashton Kutcher, left) get caught in the crossfire on “Two and a Half Men.”
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Critic's picks for April 4: "Two and a Half Men,” "Men at Work,” "Hannibal”
- April 3, 2013 - 2:40 PM
Love is in the air
On a new episode of “Two and a Half Men” (7:30 p.m.,WCCO, Ch. 4), Jake (Angus T. Jones) romances Jaime Pressly and an actress playing her 18-year-old daughter. Um, Angus, still want off this show?
Boys will be boys
“Men at Work” (9 p.m., TBS), the inoffensive but rarely hilarious sitcom, returns for a second season of boys being boys, which means they’re mostly idiots. Danny Masterson and J.K. Simmons are among the cast members who should be seeking more challenging work.
Pour the chianti
As network TV gets more and more violent, it was inevitable that America’s most beloved cannibal would get in on the action. “Hannibal” (9:01 p.m., KARE, Ch. 11) stars Mads Mikkelsen as a pre-imprisoned Hannibal Lecter, helping detectives solve crimes — when he’s not committing a few of his own.
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