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Jenny[4] (Amber Tamblyn,
Season 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 gay), among them Walden's own mother (a
running gag is Walden and Alan trying to keep their dates from meeting
Jenny for this exact reason), though 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
womanizing), Jenny 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. In "Welcome Home, Jake" she meets Barry for the
first time, mistaking him for Jake. 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
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, and CBS press releases indicate that she is
only a recurring character, as opposed to a main character like the
eleventh season.

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