Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor 

Seeing Judith's new look and boyfriend prompts Alan to realize that if he wants to get back into the dating scene, he will need to change his look also.

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Alan and Charlie discover Judith is dating again - with Jake's soccer coach. Alan is jealous and wants to start dating again too, but he's as hopeless at it as Charlie infallible. Even shopping for more fashionable attire with Charlie is a disaster. Meanwhile grandma Evelyn babysits Jake- to either's horror, so Rose takes over. Written by KGF Vissers

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[Alan is in Charlie's bar in a suit jacket looking suave]
Leanne: So, Charlie. Who's your friend?
Charlie: My brother, Alan.
Leanne: Hi Alan. I'm Leanne. It's nice to meet you.
Alan: I've actually met you a bunch of times.
Leanne: Oh no. I'd remember you.
Alan: I've come in here with Charlie all the time. I always order a rum and diet coke.
Leanne: Oh ! Right. So, Alan, the usual ?
Alan: Uh, no. Today, let's try something different. Charlie, what are you having ?
Charlie: Tequila shooters with a beer back.
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Two and a Half Men Theme
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Written by Chuck Lorre
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Alan and the women
11 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

The eleventh episode of the series is an episode which focuses on Alan and his(her,its) little assured(insured), clumsy side with the women. Charlie he made change look so that he(it) restores self-confidence in him. This episode marks a light stop in the dynamics of the show, indeed the history(story) is lacking originality and creative funny situations. The dialogs are uneven, less hard-hitting than usually except with the mother of Charlie who always excels at her cruel humor. An episode which a little tends to mark time(be stuck) and to stay on its experiences. In spite of his(her,its) defects we cross(spend) a pleasant moment to see Alan taking things in hand so-so.


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