Two and a Half Men: Season 1, Episode 20

Hey, I Can Pee Outside in the Dark (19 Apr. 2004)

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Jake plays electric guitar all day long and doesn't want to do anything else. Alan and Charlie can't figure out why. Jake refuses to discuss anything with anyone, including his grandmother and even a psychologist.

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Jake plays electric guitar all day long and doesn't want to do anything else. Alan and Charlie can't figure out why. Jake refuses to discuss anything with anyone, including his grandmother and even a psychologist.

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Jake is clearly playing "drop" tuning, based on the 1 finger chords. The song could be played on the E and A strings, as well as the A and D strings. See more »

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Alan Harper: [Jake has been acting out; Judith wants him to go to therapy] He - He's just a normal 11-year-old kid who happens to be a little grumpy.
Judith Harper: And I'm a normal 35-year-old mother who happens to be running out of patience, and by patience, I mean Prozac.
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The bad mood of Jake
17 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

With this twentieth episode the series accuses one enough level sharp drop while staying at a very honorable level. Why? Simply because the intrigue is too thin and does not rest(base) on not much (Jake's temporary bad mood). Of more the humor sometimes sinks into the repetition(rehearsal) (Jake plays badly the guitar always the same piece) and in the heaviness (the gag of the not funny puppet). The coming of the shrink does not really sort out things. Fortunately some retorts remain funny thanks to Charlie and Alan, without forgetting Jake's funny mimes. But the intrigue results in no evolution of the character of Jake who becomes again happy at the end, where from the feeling to have had to deal with an episode of filling. In summary uneven, a little bit lazy episode at the level of the scenario and of the inventiveness of gags but which remains enjoying to look.


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