Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Does This Smell Funny to You 

Jake recounts his weekend in which Charlie's latest fling is with a woman who turns out to be married to a now very angry old man.



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Natalie (as Karen Trella)


Jake amuses the class, but embarrasses his teacher, with an oral report about his weekend. When mother Judith dropped him off, she sneered at the brothers they have a role model function in the weekend, which doesn't fit with teaching Jake to play for Caesars's Palace chips, that may even have serious legal consequences for Alan- who gets a cane punched in the stomach when admitting his name is Harper to Norman, the old husband of Charlie's latest foxy catch, Nathalie, who didn't mention being married. Jake notices very little and understood nothing, absorbed by the search for his lost Gameboy. After Norman punched Charlie on every foot and gave him a gloomy lecture, being a former 'player' himself, he bumps into mother Evelyn, who sends the family and Bertha to the movies and does it with the old coot on Charlie's well-tried couch. Jake's report experience makes nice breakfast conversation at home, but Alan really is't comfortable to hear the boy's notes are at Judith's... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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23 May 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Ren Trella, the actress who plays Orson Bean's "trophy wife," is young enough to be his granddaughter. In real life, Orson Bean's wife, Alley Mills, is young enough to be his daughter. See more »


Charlie says "I've been yelling Natalie all night". But out the window of Charlies house it is clearly daytime. Even during the scene on the deck it's clearly supposed to be daylight. See more »


Alan Harper: Norman, this is Berta.
Norman: Hello.
Berta: What is this, a fix-up?
Alan Harper: No, uh, nothing like that.
Berta: That's good, because I'd probably kill him.
[to Norman]
Berta: Nothing personal cottontop, I just kinda like it rough.
Alan Harper: [to Norman] Have another cookie.
Berta: So is anyone gonna tell me what's going on?
Alan Harper: Well, it's a little complicated. Charlie -
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References Honey West (1965) See more »


Two and a Half Men
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Has My Son Polished Your Trophy Wife?
29 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Orson Bean guest stars as Norman whose wife is friendly with Charlie. He makes quite an impression in this one episode role. Norman visits the Harper home one weekend. The episode starts with Jake reading about the events of the last weekend. Norman visits looking for his cheating wife. He encounters everybody in the household especially Evelyn. She gives the classic line and there are other classic lines in this episode. When Jake needs to pee, his father suggests a bush than the house. Alan replies "I can't afford to send you to therapy for the rest of your life." Jake's biggest concern is finding his Gameboy. Jake asks Norman him about it and he replies "Have you seen my wife?" It's just enjoyable and memorable episode.

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