Two and a Half Men: Season 2, Episode 3

A Bag Full of Jawea (4 Oct. 2004)

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After Jake flips off his teacher, Alan and Judith move to punish him. Charlie, meanwhile, has other plans for Jake's teacher. Chaos ensues when Jake discovers the relationship and the ... See full summary »



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After Jake flips off his teacher, Alan and Judith move to punish him. Charlie, meanwhile, has other plans for Jake's teacher. Chaos ensues when Jake discovers the relationship and the increasingly overbearing Miss Pasternak tells Charlie she believes God brought them together. Written by AK

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Jake, Charlie, and Ms. Pasternak have a scene in an interior hall of Jake's school. As is the case with nearly all public schools in Southern California, owing to it's warm, dry weather, all elementary schools in the city of Malibu have exterior hallways. See more »


[first lines]
Alan Harper: [at Jake's school] I don't know what he did, Charlie, the teacher just called, and told me to come get him.
Charlie Harper: Well I want it on the record, if the kid was running a blackjack game under the bleechers, he didn't necessarily get the idea from me.
Charlie Harper: [Alan burns Charlie a 'look'] What! I said he didn't!
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The injustice of the school
2 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

This third episode is of a good level but does not get loose either from other episodes of the same kind(genre). It is a classic episode where is underlined well the hypocrisy of the characters in particular the mistress(teacher) of rather funny, more completely absurd Jake. Jake is once again due to his(her) funny moving naivety. The dialogs are globally good without being excellent and the repetition(rehearsal) in the humor is effective but a little bit easy.

It is especially Charlie still who develops the intrigue which shows itself at least predictable even if from start to finish it remains entertaining. For summary no unforgettable episode but a real pleasure to follow all this especially when Jake sees Charlie and his(her) mistress(teacher) together.

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