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
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Jake spends much of the episode saying he is looking for his Gameboy, but when he finds it and shows it to the class, it is not a Gameboy, but a Nintendo DS (larger size than a Gameboy and has two screens). See more
[opens the front door to find Evelyn cavorting with "Uncle Norman", and blocks Jake from entering
We can't go in there right now.
[eager to use the bathroom
Come on, why not?
Because I can't afford to send you to *therapy* for the rest of your life.
References Honey West
Two and a Half Men
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more