Charlie is dating a self-assured woman who plays hard to get, easily dismisses him, and he finds it disarming. Rose gets Charlie to see that his new lady-friend, Sherry, is in his head because she is just like him; a self-centered, manipulative, narcissist. Charlie debates breaking it off. Alan and Jake fiercely battle wills over Jake doing his homework. Written by
Lynne Boris Johnston
Did You Know?
When Rose is talking with Charlie on the balcony, she references the German word Schadenfreude with respect to her taking joy in his misery. The German pronunciation of this word is, phonetically, SHA-DEN-FROY-DUH, whereas Rose pronounces it SHA-DEN-FROYD. See more
Alan. Got a riddle for you. What's short, sticky, picky, and only supposed to be here on the weekends? I'll give you a hint; it's your kid.
Two and a Half Men
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more