Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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If I Can't Write My Chocolate Song, I'm Going to Take a Nap 

As Charlie tries to write a new jingle, Berta quits. Alan tries to convince her to come back. Leaving Charlie to get Jake ready for a dinner. And Rose tries to get Charlie's help to prepare for a date.

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While Charlie tries to write a chocolate jingle, his maid Bertha quits, tired of caring for three Harpers and Alan's perfectionist suggestions. Alan offers to do the domestic chores instead, but finds spoiled Charlie can't be pleased, nor tell exactly what he wants. So Charlie is left trying to prepare Jake for a visit to ma Judith, bathed and dressed, while Alan begs Bertha to return at rock-star Steven Tyler's place, her other client, offering free massage by the chiropractor. Rose presses Charlie to help her prepare for a date with Randy, or is that Andy, or a fictitious boyfriend? Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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TV-14
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13 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Rose, Kandi, Judith, Chelsea and Berta's last names are never revealed. The main ones are Harper and Melnick. See more »

Quotes

Charlie: You still have grease in your hair. Didn't you wash it?
Jake: You didn't say to wash my hair.
Charlie: Wash your hair!
[Jake goes into the bathroom]
Rose: You didn't tell him to rinse.
Charlie: Good, that's good. Thank you. Jake! *Rinse*!
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Two and a Half Men Theme
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Written by Chuck Lorre
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Inevitable return in the start for Alan
10 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This fourth episode distinguishes itself for several reasons of three first ones. First of all for the first time we have the impression(printing) that puts into series her(it) in found its way, its your mixture of cruelty, crudeness and irony. Other big key point: the dialogues, we are entitled to a real verbal ping-pong with one-liners which are linked from start to finish. Without forgetting a suspicion of vulgarity on behalf of Berta always very cynical and lucid. For all that we do not have to deal with the ultimate cult episode but with the very good episode with an Alan in great form which wants to leave the house of Charlie. To return finally in supplicant Charlie literally on the knees. In any case here is at the moment the best episode which exploits(runs) almost all the threads and the qualities of the series (is missing a really cult passage and the conquests of Charlie).


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