Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Hey, I Can Pee Outside in the Dark 

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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Comedy | Romance

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19 April 2004 (USA)  »

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First time the opening credits are used where the 3 main characters (Jake, Charlie and Alan) sing into one microphone. See more »

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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: Any luck?
Charlie Harper: The little snothead kicked me out of his room.
Alan Harper: Welcome to the club.
Charlie Harper: Yeah, but I'm the cool uncle.
Alan Harper: Oh, and I'm the uncool dad?
Charlie Harper: Don't get defensive. You did the best you could.
Alan Harper: Hey, hey, that kid has nothing to complain about. He's never been spanked, he's never even been yelled at, and even while my marriage was collapsing he always came first.
Charlie Harper: Well, I'm glad you're not defensive.
Alan Harper: He has a great life. He gets everything he wants. I deny him nothing. Oh, my God, what have I done to my ...
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Smoke on the Water
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by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord & Ian Paice
Performed by Angus T. Jones
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A weak episode
31 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is one of firsts. It gives us the first (to my knowledge) run out of the longer opening sequence, with the three leads singing and the first appearance of Jane Lynch as a wacky therapist.

Sadly though this episode is not a good one, one of the weaker ones of a strong first series. Jake is moody. That's as much as we get in terms of plot. There's some good jokes along the way but this is a cheap episode wedged into the run up to the end of the series.

I would recommend that you skip it if you were going through the series on DVD, but this has little to really commend.

A shame.


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