Two and a Half Men: Season 1, Episode 23

Just Like Buffalo (17 May 2004)

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Jake repeats something Charlie says to Judith. Then Judith refuses to let Alan take Jake for the weekend. Alan tries to talk to Judith, but encounters resistance from Judith and her friends. It's up to Charlie to set things right.

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Whenever Jake repeats Charlie's flippant rule 'not to marry as long as you have women for domestic and intimate services', the Harper boys get into trouble. It's worst for Alan, whose weekend visits are sabotaged by Judith and her women support group on account of their 'bad influence'. Charlie warns Alan not to face them as a group, in vain. Then the master proves he can still win them all over talking face-to-face. Written by KGF Vissers

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During the scene when Charlie wins over Judith's support group, a crew member can be seen on the right side of the screen. See more »

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Alan Harper: [about Charlie] See Jake, that's the big head talking.
Jake Harper: But he only has one head.
Charlie Harper: You want to tell him or should we let him spin for a while.
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Charlie and the utility of the women
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This twenty-third episode establishes(constitutes) a robust very representative episode of the global tone of the series. New conflict between Alan and Judith because of the influence of Charlie on Jake. Indeed, Charlie speaks in front of him of its conception(design) of the woman, a conception(design) of course sexist and misogynist. But Charlie managed to knock down the situation thanks to the manipulation. The irony of the situations always walks(works) hardly quite as the dialogs rather successful altogether. The craftiness of Charlie takes him(it) every time.Nevertheless in spite of all its qualities, the episode does not assert itself as a big reference just as an episode which shows efficiency but which is lacking originality in its sequences. But he(it) stays at the top of the basket of this rich season which will have almost kept all its promises.


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