Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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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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Comedy | Romance


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17 May 2004 (USA)  »

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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 »


Charlie Harper: There's no pancakes, Rose.
Alan Harper: Because Jake's not here.
Berta: Cause Charlie's an idiot.
Rose: Oh, why? I mean why is Jake not here? Not why is Charlie an idiot.
Alan Harper: Because we *know* that.
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One of the most politically incorrect episodes ever. But it's hilarious!
14 February 2015 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

If there's one episode you shouldn't show in the first place to get someone hooked on the show, it's this one. Charlie says something extremely sexist in style with how women are only good for cleaning and having sex with, which Jake then repeats in front of his mother... WHICH JUST HAPPENS TO BE IN FRONT OF A FEMINIST GROUP. So not only is Charlie in trouble with Judith, but also with a whole lot of other women who are not to be messed with. This is easily one of the most potentially offensive episodes ever. Charlie says one of the most sexist things ever and gets away with it. Not only does he get away with it, but the feminist women even wants to have sex with him afterwards. The most shocking thing is how the feminists are depicted as stereotypical man-hating scumbags. This should upset me, but it doesn't. Know why? Because this episode is funny as hell! XD Back in the heyday, the characters could utter the most sleazy of lines and it still would be really funny. This episode is a splendid example of that. Charlie Sheen is at one of his best acting moments ever and every time he starts his side story with how parenting is so hard, I crack up. It's freaking priceless. A great plot, brilliant one-liners and a memorable laugh-out-loud worthy ending. If you have an open mind and is not easily offended, you will love this episode. One of the series' best.

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