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Younger is an American single-camera comedy-drama television series based on the Pamela Main cast; Recurring cast; Guest stars they reference an unnamed "year old posing as 26" from the book and mention Ellen Elsewhere, Kelsey goes out with Lauren and learns that men turn away from her the. Bridgette Bird is a smart, scrappy, young single mom trying to navigate life in South Don't miss this semi-autobiographical half-hour comedy from the creative. After being mistaken for younger than she really is, a single mother decides to take the chance to reboot her career and her love life as a year old. Series cast summary: When a chance encounter with a something guy at a bar convinces her she looks younger than she is, Liza tries to pass herself Release Date.
Though he still considers Alan his best friend, he eventually became aware that Alan is a freeloader and now understands what Charlie had to put up with. In season ten, Walden proposes to Zoey but she turns him down, and leaves him for another man.
He starts dating Charlie's former stalker Rose, but Zoey tries to reconcile with Walden, telling him she made a mistake. When Walden tells Rose that they're going to have to break up. Rose acts like she is okay with it at first, but after leaving, she sends two ferrets to attack Walden. Rose goes to Zoey's apartment wearing a pregnancy harness and tells Zoey that Walden got her pregnant. Zoey breaks up with Walden for good once more without letting him explain himself. Later in the season, Walden takes the alias of Sam Wilson and pretends to be a regular, average guy so he can find someone who isn't after his money.
Kate invites Walden to be her roommate, and they ultimately start dating. Walden keeps the lie going for several episodes until he wants to help Kate set up a fashion line of clothes she designed. After Kate goes to New York, Walden decides to confess who he really is.
Walden meets Kate in New York and tells her the truth. Kate breaks up with Walden, but forgives him when she realizes he helped make her dream of being a fashion designer come true. Kate and Walden don't get back together, due to Kate staying in New York. On Valentine's Day, Walden and Kate meet up and sleep together. When they realize they can't get back together due to conflicting schedules, the couple agree to see other people.
Alan and Walden get married so Walden can adopt a child and not live alone.
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The adoption goes through so Alan and Walden divorce and Walden ends up dating their adoption social worker. After the scare from a threatening Charlie Harper, friends Alan and Walden continue to live together in Walden's beach house.
Jenny[ edit ] Jenny  Amber TamblynSeason 11; main, season 12; recurring is the long lost, illegitimate daughter of Charlie Harper. An aspiring actress, Jenny first appears in the premiere episode of season 11, in which she comes to Malibu hoping to reconnect with her dad, though Walden and her uncle Alan tell her he is dead. It is later revealed that she is a lesbian, and some episodes of the eleventh season put emphasis on this, to the point of satirically portraying Jenny as a stereotypical lesbian who is uninterested in serious relationships and is content to have sex with any woman she meets, to the point that she is able to seduce or "recruit" straight women at one point, Walden claims that he didn't know one of Jenny's one-night-stands, who is his friend, was a lesbian, and Jenny responds "Neither did she until last week", insinuating that the woman was straight but Jenny made her gayamong them Walden's own mother a running gag is Walden and Alan trying to keep their dates from meeting Jenny for this exact reasonthough later in the series she abandons her promiscuous lifestyle and tries to find a steady lover.
After warming up to her, Walden and Alan invite her to move in after she reveals she has nowhere to go. Though she exhibits many of Charlie's personality traits particularly his sarcasm, alcoholism, and womanizingJenny is considerably much nicer and down-to-earth than he was. Thus far, she has formed good relationships with her surviving relatives, Walden, Berta and Walden's friend Barry Clark Duke.
She and Jake have never met thus far, but she does know he exists and would like to meet him. She happily gives him a hug only to be disgusted when she discovers the truth. She eventually takes a liking to Barry and the two become the best of friends. Though it is apparent that Walden is attracted to her, he believes she has no drive or ambition. Fearing she may turn into "another Alan", he tries to be a positive role model for her.
Jenny considered Walden the greatest father figure she'd ever had. She moved from her home in New York City in order to find her dad in Malibu. She apparently has a poor relationship with her mother like her father did and the only reason she became an actress was "to piss her mother off," as she wanted her to become a Doctor.
In the twelfth season, Jenny uses her experience in the LGBT community to help Walden and Alan pose as a gay couple so that they can adopt Louis, and moves out of the beach house so Louis can stay in Jake's room. She makes a brief appearance in the final episode, where she receives a large cheque and an apology letter from Charlie, who survived his accident in Paris. She also appears to have gone back to her promiscuous ways, given that she was apparently having a threesome with two women and forgot they were in her bedroom.
Despite being introduced as the new "half man" in the eleventh season, she was replaced in that capacity by another character, Louis for the twelfth and final season. Tamblyn's billing is also demoted to below Conchata Ferrell's, as the role was now recurring rather than regular. Louis and Alan bond almost instantly, whereas he and Walden initially do not bond, but they eventually find a common ground and form a strong father-son relationship.
He also takes a liking to Berta and Evelyn as well. Louis' favorite snacks are Cheez-Its, cereal, and pancakes. He is officially adopted by Walden in the third-to-last episode. Notably, Louis is the only main character physically absent in the series finale, " Of Course He's Dead ", this absence not being explained, although a picture of him was shown.
Although she may be viewed as sarcastic, rude and sometimes outright disrespectful, Alan and Charlie still treat her with enormous respect, partly out of fear, and it is clear that the household cannot function properly without her. Berta has tried her best not to allow the overwhelming stress of her job to get to her head: However, the fact that Jake's bedroom could be confused with a dump at various times including dead fish in the closet, food left-overs in his toy box, and nasal mucus under the bedhis toilet seat is frequently sprayed with urine, and his underwear is filthy, often leads to anger on her part.
Her favorite line after a mini-disaster occurs in the house is, "I ain't cleaning that up. Season 11 was the first time she appeared in every single episode of a season. Berta has a sister named Daisy Camryn Manheimwith whom she does not get along. She also has three daughters and several granddaughters, whom she admits are "sleazy and easy" and sometimes brings along to work; a notable example was teenage granddaughter Prudence Megan Fox. Berta has two ex-husbands; her first marriage lasted 15 years, and her second was a drunken Las Vegas escapade she refers to as "one hell of a weekend" which ended when she divorced him in Reno.
She has served time in prison and worked as a prison barber. She uses, and makes references to, drugs legal and otherwise ; it is hinted that she has enjoyed many a joint during work hours and can produce a perfect one given the opportunity.
She takes anxiolytics Valium especially in her coffee to reduce her violent tendencies. She was a groupie with the Grateful Dead and has implied that she had a lesbian experience during that time. While it was hinted several times before Charlie's death that he had changed his will so she'd inherit the beach house instead of Alan, that turned out to be untrue, although Berta was set to move out because the house had mortgages attached that Alan had no chance of paying.
Berta often calls Alan "Zippy". She and Alan are portrayed as the only people saddened over Charlie's death. She considered him to be the best boss she ever had.When You Date Someone Younger Than You...
After Walden buys the house, he asks her to remain there as a live-in housekeeper. She agrees, mainly because she is extremely attracted to Walden and would often make discreet advances at him.
This living arrangement is short-lived when she finds out that Alan will be moving back in, only this becomes more likely when Walden sees Berta invite a piggish houseguest over. She never thought she could work for anyone besides Charlie, but admits to Walden that he is instead the greatest boss she ever had, making Charlie second-best.
Berta hardly ever shows any signs of attraction to Walden after season nine. Despite her displeasure of Jake's presence in the house when he originally moved in, she's far more friendly and welcoming to Louis when he moves in because he's cute and his background is similar to hers. InFerrell revealed that Berta was originally intended to be an ethnic minority, but producers liked the way Ferrell performed the role.
She also revealed that Berta was only intended to be in a two-episode arc of the first season and would leave due to Alan and his kid moving into the beach house, but producers extended the role and eventually made her a main cast member from season 2 onwards.
In the first season, she is 58 years old; out of vanity, she changes the year of her birth as she ages. She expresses a superficial fondness for her sons and grandson, but she rarely lives up to her self-perceived notion of being a devoted and misunderstood matriarch. Her sons and grandson generally return the favor and go out of their way to avoid interacting with her on most occasions. Her wide-ranging sex life is a recurring gag throughout the series as she is attracted to both men and women.
In addition to Teddy who was not actually " Courtney "'s father, Evelyn has been sexually involved with several parents of her sons' lovers and friends, including Rose 's father, Gloria's mother, Gloria's presumed father, Gloria's likely biological father i.
She also bedded Charlie's ex-girlfriend Jill who had become Bill, and Walden. Evelyn has been widowed five times, her fifth marriage being the shortest as he died an hour after saying their vows.
The family frequently refers to her as "the devil" or, as Charlie put it, "unholy mother of us"and Charlie has her number on speed-dial in his cell phone as " Wealthy, with a luxurious house in Beverly Hillsshe has been married numerous times and sells real estate.
When Charlie died, surprisingly, she was distraught over his death.
At his funeral, however, she continuously mentions her intention to sell his house while Alan was giving his eulogy. Her relationship with Alan has somewhat gotten better since Charlie's death, as she has acknowledged that he is not just her second-born son, he is now the only son she has left, as well.
When Alan almost died from a heart attack, she feared for his life, because not only did she not want to lose another child, her "good son" was already deceased. Two years after Charlie's death, she finally meets her long lost granddaughter Jenny. Surprisingly, Evelyn embraces her newfound grandchild and completely disowns Jake; she had previously said she would have enjoyed a relationship with Jake, but "got to him" too late for proper bonding. In the eleventh season she marries for the sixth time, this time to her much older lover, Marty Pepper.
She rarely appeared during season nine, but was prominent in the last few episodes of the season. Despite still credited and billed as a main character, Evelyn only made one appearance in the tenth season and several appearances in season eleven. In the final season she shows up at Alan and Walden's wedding followed by sleeping with "Michael Bolton" and Walden's mother Robin then also has sex with a fake Santa Claus and in the last episode when Alan needs Charlie's death certificate and she gets threatening message from Charlie.
Judith Harper-Melnick[ edit ] Judith Harper-Melnick Marin Hinkle is Alan's cheating, vindictive, cold hearted, self-absorbed, and humorless first wife. She seems to despise Alan and takes any chance to humiliate him. She was the first woman Alan ever slept with, but their marriage was cold: In the pilot, she lied to him about realizing she was homosexual as an excuse to end the marriage, and in subsequent episode he caught her picking up multiple men.
She made no secret of living luxuriously with Alan's alimonyseeing as she has not held a job since she divorced him. She has since remarried to Dr. Herbert "Herb" Melnick Ryan StilesJake's pediatrician, a union that brought joy to Alan because it meant he no longer had to pay alimony. In season six, she threw Herb out of the house and briefly reunited with Alan before reconciling with Herb, and it was later revealed she was pregnant with a daughter, whom she eventually named Millie.
Alan hoped he was the father, but Judith said she would kill him if he revealed that he slept with her, and after she gave birth in the sixth season finale, the child's parentage remained uncertain, as Judith was with both Herb and Alan around the time Millie was conceived. Jake and Berta describe Millie as looking nothing like Judith or Herb but more like a girl version of Alan, implying Alan is the probable biological father. In seasons seven and nine, Judith made very few appearances but was featured in almost every episode in season eight.
Unlike her relationship with Charlie, Judith got along with Walden just fine — mostly due to her initial interest in him. She was not seen since the season nine finale until towards the end of season ten, with only being briefly mentioned for most of the season.
In the episode "Run, Steven Staven! However, in the 19th episode of season ten, she reappears after a long absence when Herb starts to go crazy.
Walden and Alan call her to go to Herb's hotel room and take him back. She plays a major role in the season eleven episode "Cab Fare and a Bottle of Penicillin", when Alan showed up at her house just to talk about old times and after a night of drinking they end up engaged. However, in the end, Judith ends the engagement after Walden explains to her that Alan had proposed to Lindsey the same night he proposed to her however he did not explain that she didn't accept Alan's proposal as she is now engaged to Larry.
Angered by this, she kicks Alan in the groin. It is unknown if she and Herb have officially divorced or are just separated. In the final episode, Alan calls her thinking that Charlie is going to kill him and he tells her that she was his own true love. She tells him she has another call and hangs up on him. Rose[ edit ] Rose Melanie LynskeySeasons 1—2 regular; Seasons 3—12 recurring is the Harpers' wealthy neighbor and Charlie's stalker and after his death, she finds new love and a stalker victim in Walden.
She was one of Charlie's one-night stands who won't allow him to forget about her as he does all his other sexual conquests. Rose acknowledges that she is "boundary challenged", while Charlie and Alan refer to her as Charlie's stalker. In the pilot, she told Alan that she sneaks into Charlie's room while he's asleep and tries on his underwear. Usually uninvited, she enters and exits Charlie's house by climbing onto the backyard deck, rather than using the front door.
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She has been caught by Charlie and Alan as she has watched them while sleeping on several occasions. While credited among the main cast in CBS press releases in Season 3—4, she was credited as a recurring star in on-screen credits. She later returns to Malibu in Season 5, though no longer living next door to Charlie, hence her less frequent appearances.
She claims she was sent away from England after "an incident at Buckingham Palace. Although she is somewhat mentally unhinged and obsessed with Charlie, Rose expressed that she "has an undergraduate degree from Princeton University which she completed in 2 years and a master's degree in behavioral psychology from Stanford University.
Her family is involved in banking and oil, making them, and implicitly her, extremely wealthy. Martin Sheenwho is Charlie Sheen's real-life father, made a guest-appearance on the show as Rose's equally-disturbed father, Harvey, who similarly obsessed over Evelyn after sleeping with her once.
Rose's paternal grandparents were first cousins, to which her grandmother attributes Rose's and Harvey's mental issues. Women in his past interrogate why he mistreated them, then he goes out to the deck to discover Rose; unlike the other women, Rose is really there.
She made multiple appearances in Season 8, after staging her wedding, which makes Charlie realize he probably loves her.
In the last episode of Season 8, Charlie leaves for Paris with her. In Season 9, Rose reveals that she and Charlie got engaged in Paris. It is implied she may have had something to do with Charlie's death after she returned to their Paris hotel to find him showering with another woman. She reappears again at the end of "What a Lovely Landing Strip" catching Walden's ex-wife Bridget spying on Walden and his new girlfriend, she then tells her that she can help her in making Walden suffer.
She makes a brief cameo through archive footage in a flashback montage in the episode "Oh Look! The relationship gets serious but is short lived when Walden reconciles with Zoey. However, Rose gets revenge by telling Zoey that she is pregnant with Walden's baby. Walden ends up without Zoey or Rose. Rose continues to stalk Walden as well as the Harpers, despite Charlie's death.
In the wake of the Edward L. Moore crisis, Kelsey heads upstate to de-stress with Lauren and Josh. Kelsey and Josh share a drunken kiss, but Kelsey stops it before it goes any further. After hours at the office, Liza and Charles have a conversation about his reaction to seeing her with Jay, which leads to them making out, but they are soon interrupted by the janitor.
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Liza then tells Charles about the promising author she met, only to learn that Pauline is Charles' ex-wife and that the book is a thinly-veiled tell-all about their marriage and breakup. In a meeting with Pauline, Liza learns that, despite bailing on Charles and their daughters to find herself, Pauline is clearly still in love and looking to get back together with her ex. Charles himself then has a meeting with Pauline to discuss details in the book while Liza babysits their girls.
Charles stays out way later than planned, which concerns Liza. Josh and Kelsey joke about each other's romantic partners, each saying they can find someone better for the other. They go to a bar to test their theory, but it is Liza who shows up later and successfully sets up Josh with Clare, a sexy Irish bartender.