Can’t we hang on to some benefits
Oh, and I missed mac lipgloss one more significant co-star. Selma Blair plays Kate, another therapist with whom Charlie’s having a no-strings affair. When certain events lead Charlie to decide that he needs refresher work on his own anger-management issues, he asks Kate to be his therapist. Fine, she says, but they have to become “friends with no benefits.” “Can’t we hang on to some benefits?” Charlie mac lipstick begs. “The COBRA plan, if you will?” See? The jokes aren’t all bad. Nothing in “Anger Management” is all bad, but not much of it is better than half-good. Even with the added freedom of FX’s saucier language and adult situations, Sheen is essentially still in a version of “Two and a Half Men,” which becomes especially clear in the second episode, when a woman shows up to anger-management therapy with 20 years of built-up resentment — turns out Charlie had a one-night stand with her in his baseball mac makeup case days.