Alan is hurt after finding out Judith is seeing Jake's pediatrician. Meanwhile, Evelyn tries to find out why Charlie hates her.

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Alan is hurt after finding out Judith is seeing Jake's pediatrician. Meanwhile, Evelyn tries to find out why Charlie hates her.

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When Ryan Stiles was first introduced in season 2, his name was Greg, but then he was later named Dr. Herb Melnick in future seasons. See more »

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When Charlie and Alan are in the bar, the position of the broken giraffe varies between shots. See more »

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Alan: Show me the better!
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References One Million Years B.C. (1966) See more »

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The explanations of the hatred of Charlie to her mother
31 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

This second episode is rather good but would tend to rest(base) on the bases of the series without setting of risk. We follow two different stories(trouble) one with Charlie and one with Alan but none of the two really fascinates. It gives of the blow an at least uneven episode and what we can judge lazy person(sloth,lazy people,sloths). We see for the first time Herb, a minor character who will then become more important. There is always the conflicting relation between Charlie and her mother but this relation remains in the end unchanged, without considerable evolution.Very fortunately the typical black humor of the sitcom still works thanks to an Alan blunderer, the scathing retorts are present but do not make laugh constantly regrettably. To end we can thus say that we feel(smell) arrived signs of weaknesses even if the series stays of a good level thanks to its numerous resources.


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