Anger Management Season 2 Episode 25 “Charlie and the Airport Sext”

Anger Management “Charlie and the Airport Sext” season 2 episode 25 airs on Thursday, June 20 at 9:30 pm on FX.

Episode Synopsis: Anger Management Season 2 Episode 25 “Charlie and the Airport Sext” – Charlie’s trip with the group is interrupted when he gets some interesting news from Kate. Also, Charlie’s house is unwittingly used for a porno shoot.

Show Synopsis: In Anger Management, Sheen stars as “Charlie,” a non-traditional therapist specializing in anger management. He has a successful private practice, holding sessions with his group of primary patient regulars each week, as well as performing pro bono counseling for an inmate group at a state prison.

Prior to his career as a therapist, Charlie was a stalled minor league baseball prospect whose road to the majors was sidetracked by his own struggle with anger issues. After a stint in therapy with the team’s female psychologist – who has since become his life-long best friend – he made it to the majors and had one terrific season before his anger issues put him on the shelf for good. In the final game of his career, he tried to snap a bat over his leg, which resulted in a career-ending injury. That injury led him back to school and his current profession.

Charlie thrives on the chaos in his life while still battling his own anger issues. His life is complicated by his relationships with his own therapist/best friend (Selma Blair), an ex-wife (Shawnee Smith) whose positive outlook, but poor choice in men, frustrates Charlie, and their 13-year-old daughter who has OCD (Daniela Bobadilla).

Blair, Smith, Bobadilla, Michael Arden, and Noureen DeWulf all co-star.

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