Two and a Half Men: Season 1, Episode 7

If They Do Go Either Way, They're Usually Fake (3 Nov. 2003)

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Jake sees a butterfly tattoo on the firm bottom of a surfer-chick friend of Charlie's, which is the start a string of harmless events that become larger and more disastrous with each action... See full summary »

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Jake sees a butterfly tattoo on the firm bottom of a surfer-chick friend of Charlie's, which is the start a string of harmless events that become larger and more disastrous with each action. This is not unlike the famous chaos theory's Butterfly Effect, asking if the flap of a butterfly's wing in Brazil, could set off a tornado in Texas. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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Charlie: Jeeze Alan, I don't sleep with every buff surfer-chick that uses my shower. What kind of guy do you think I am?
Alan: I think you're the luckiest bastard to walk the face of the earth, but, that's not my point. I - I - I don't want women flashing their butt tattoos at my son.
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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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