However, Billy will not be discouraged and he will continue to pursue her, even going so far as to give her a kiss.

Meanwhile, Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) consider their future together and ultimately choose to see where their relationship may go.

The show initially centers on seven characters: brothers Charlie and Alan Harper; Jake Harper, the dimwitted son of Alan and his first ex-wife; Judith Harper-Melnick, Alan's first ex-wife, Herb's ex-wife, and Jake and Milly's mother; Rose, one of Charlie's previous one night stands who continuously stalks him; Evelyn Harper, Charlie and Alan's wealthy, five time widowed, bisexual mother, and Jake's grandmother; and last of all, Berta, Charlie's sharp-tongued housekeeper, who later joins the main cast starting with season two after playing a major recurring role throughout the first season.

In season nine, the show is revamped when Charlie is struck and killed by a moving train.

Sharon has kept so many secrets from Dylan over the course of their relationship that it finally caught up with her.

Paul (Doug Davidson) will find Sharon in tears as she searches for her divorce papers.

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The upcoming episode of "The Young and the Restless" will see Sharon (Sharon Case) in an emotionally unstable condition as she deals with her divorce.

Meanwhile, Victoria (Amelia Heinle) will have a hard time staying away from Billy (Jason Thompson) as he makes his intentions clear.

According to Soap Hub, a lot of drama is in store for viewers in the next episode.

The main cast of Two and a Half Men (season 2), from left to right: Melanie Lynskey as Rose, Conchata Ferrell as Berta, Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper, Holland Taylor as Evelyn Harper, Angus T.

Jones as Jake Harper, Jon Cryer as Alan Harper, and Marin Hinkle as Judith Harper-Melnick The American sitcom Two and a Half Men, created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn, premiered on CBS on September 22, 2003.

Walden Schmidt replaces him as the new owner of the beach house, a recently divorced internet billionaire.