Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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If They Do Go Either Way, They're Usually Fake 

Jake sees a butterfly tattoo on the firm bottom of a surfer-chick friend of Charlie's and draws a picture of it for school. Of course, this enrages Judith until she becomes very good friends with the woman herself.

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Charlie demonstrates to Alan how to keep people happy by telling them 'I understand' without committing to anything, not even actually listening. When Judith complains because Jake drew a beach girl's butt at school, Alan gives him a weasel PC lecture, but Charlie feels it's just normal for boys and teaches Jake the technicalities about implants. Alas Charlie's technique makes him Judith's confident, and she gets Cindy, the surfer girl he was after. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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Charlie: [answers the door] Hey, Judith. Alan's at work.
Judith Harper: [really upset] I know where Alan is. I came to talk to you.
Charlie: Me? But you don't like me.
Judith Harper: I don't.
Charlie: [smiling] I like you.
Judith Harper: Jake's fourth grade class was given a simple assignment. Draw something interesting you see around the house. One child drew a record player, another drew a parrot. My son drew this.
Judith Harper: [gets a picture out of her purse] A woman's behind with a butterfly tattoo.
Charlie: [pensively] On the right cheek. I'll have to just act surprised.
Judith Harper: I asked him ...
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High-end episode
10 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This seventh episode undoubtedly stands out as a reference episode, cult. The funniest in this episode it is the vision that Jake the women and more particularly the breasts (true or false), a vision largely influenced by Charlie at the top of his(her) art of the manipulation and the cynicism has. It is very simple every scene(stage) of the episode are funny, incisive with more some new developments timely. Any slow down, a really representative episode of the fact that is this that is disrespectful, hard-hitting series and resting(basing) on numerous dialogs with the little fine humor but nevertheless never really heavy. Simply one of the best episodes of the season and the series.


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