When Charlie takes his brother's request to throw him a piece of toast literally, it is caught straight in Alan's eye, so Charlie should now drive him to work and Jake to school. At Starbucks Charlie bumps into Sherry and surprises Alan by not even remembering why he ever dumped such a foxy female, and just gets encouraged to give it a go himself. Alan literally has trouble uttering the first word, yet she shows interest and gives him a date, to Charlie's utter surprise. Without any jealousy, cool brother coaches the stick(ler) how to be smart (get her drunk, not yourself), distant, suave etc., but one second in her presence suffices to revert Alan to a clumsy, lovesick puppy; she explains to be tired of womanizers like Charlie, rather wants a real relationship. Reassuring explanations to Jake are wasted effort: his father's love-life loses out on interest against the potential of toast as a projectile, given Alan's black eye. More cool tips from Charlie, next date reaches her bedroom... Written by
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While Alan is trying to put milk and sugar in his coffee, he misses with the milk and tries to clean it up. The camera lifts off of the milk until he tries to pour sugar in his coffee and when the table is seen again, there are no used napkins or much of a mess from the milk spill. See more
If I ever had a - a woman like that, I - I would cherish her, I would worship her, I would start a small country and put her face on a stamp so I could lick the back of her head.
Two and a Half Men
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more