Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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I Remember the Coatroom, I Just Don't Remember You 

Judith's sister Liz comes for a visit.

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When Jake's mother Judith gets a visit from her ever-rivaling, sexier but less smart sister Liz, Alan fears trouble because she had sex with Charlie in the cloakroom at his wedding. Charlie however expects Liz to go for Alan now, who thinks she really fancies him, but she is only the next best weapon to hurt Judith. Written by KGF Vissers

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Alan Harper: Anyway, you, me and Mom are taking Jake to a show, Magic Hat's Club.
Charlie Harper: You invited Mom?
Alan Harper: You want to tell her she can't come to her only grandchild's birthday? Cause believe me, I *tried*.
Charlie Harper: Oh man.
Alan Harper: Look at the bright side, maybe we can bribe one of the magicians to get her sawed in half.
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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Jake's animated anniversary
17 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This nineteenth episode is a part of big moments of this season which is undoubtedly one of the best of the famous sitcom. We are entitled to the wholesome coming of beautiful Teri Hatcher in luxury guest-star who plays the sister of Judith, Liz. Liz turns out to be the complete opposite of her sister: she(it) is frivolous, flirty, little serious. The contribution of this character is important in this episode because it is thanks to her that we have the funniest moments with a humor always so incisive and nasty. The hilarious retorts come from all sides(spurt out) almost constantly to such a point that we reach(affect) almost the excellent level of seventh and twelfth episodes. Jake makes us have a good laugh with his(her) failed magic tricks and the sexual references are even funnier than usually all this during Jake's birthday(anniversary) which is now eleven years old. Here is a reference episode due to its joke and due to his(her) characters who are any excellent in their different registers.


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