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Sylvia Fishman, also referred to as Courtney Leopold, is a minor recurring character of Two and a Half Men in seasons 5, 8 and 9. She is a former Con-Artist, and later Charlie's temporary girlfriend. She was the main antagonist of Season 5. She was portrayed by Jenny McCarthy.
Life with Charlie Harper
Sylvia made her first appearance in Season 5 as Teddy’s daughter by the name Courtney when she is late to her dad. Charlie immediately falls for her stunning beauty, but Teddy immediately asks Charlie to stay away from her. Though Charlie tries to remain faithful to Teddy, he ends up having sex with her, as she tricks him into doing so, so that she can blackmail him into buying a Ferrari. At all stages, Alan tries to stop Charlie from getting close to her, but he doesn’t listen.
Later on, during Evelyn and Teddy’s wedding planning, Courtney starts playing hard to get for Charlie, cutting him off at all occasions. When Teddy announces that he doesn’t need to sign a pre-nuptial agreement with Evelyn, Courtney overreacts. Due to this, Charlie starts stalking her (with the help of Rose), and Courtney eventually tells him that she has lost her job, about to lose her condo, and her father would not help her. Claiming that she needed $50,000, Charlie eventually lends her the money, and the pair started a relationship. Moments before she became his step-sister, Charlie proposed marriage to her.
About an hour after the marriage ceremony of Evelyn and Teddy, the latter is found dead on Charlie's bed. This leads to a CSI investigation, during which the whole Harper family and Courtney are questioned. The investigators find out that both Teddy and Courtney were con artists and partners, whose actual names were Nathan Krunk and Sylvia Fishman respectively. Nathan died due to a heart attack while attempting to have sex with Sylvia. While being escorted by the police, Charlie planned to tell Sylvia off for conning him, but was only able to say “I’ll wait for you”.
Sylvia returns from prison during Thanksgiving dinner. Charlie immediately dumps his family she claims that she hasn’t had sex for three years, and both of them go to Las Vegas. Alan sees Sylvia for what she really was; she had been using Charlie for money and material things, while dating her so-called black brother James. During their time together, Charlie also got severely injured in the eye, arm and leg. After a heated argument between them when he refuses to lend her money for James, she leaves him with all her stuff which he bought her. But Charlie suddenly runs to get her back, and crashes in a glass door, thereby ruining his face too. When Sylvia comes to check on him in the hospital, he claims that he loves her, and the two get back together.
The two of them end their relationship when they mutually feel that the relationship had run its course.
Charlie is Replaced by Walden
Abusing Walden's Hard Marital Status
Seeing a vulnerable and a heart-broken Walden, Sylvia puts the moves on him and tries to take advantage of his wealth. At this stage, Alan helped Walden in showing Sylvia's true motives. It was mentioned that Sylvia is wanted in three states, suggesting that she continued conning people after her release.
In Seasons 8 and 9, Sylvia is still called (and credited as) Courtney. She probably got used to the name and kept it as it's the name she used with Walden during their brief time together.
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 5 Episode 9
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 5 Episode 16
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 5 Episode 17
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 8 Episode 10
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 8 Episode 11
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 8 Episode 12
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 9 Episode 1
- ↑ Two and a Half Men; Season 9 Episode 4