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"Two and a Half Men" Pilot (TV Episode 2003) Poster

(TV Series)

(2003)

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There is a scene where Alan and Charlie drink, at the sound of a bell. They're doing this in a bar called Pavlov's. Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov used classical conditioning to train a dog to respond to a certain stimulus, where they get a reward for that response. Just as Alan and Charlie responded to the bell, by drinking a shot.
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Charlie and Jake's first encounter with a woman in the supermarket is with Suzanne. The actress who plays her is Jennifer Taylor and this is her first appearance as one of three characters: Suzanne (here), Tina in Two and a Half Men: Last Chance to See Those Tattoos (2004), Nina in Two and a Half Men: Our Leather Gear Is in the Guest Room (2007), and finally the recurring character Chelsea for around 30 episodes.
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Conchata Ferrell saw the role of Berta as a way to reflect her past as a hippie and political activist in the 1960's. While the role didn't call for any real political or social elements, Ferrell felt that Berta would treat Charlie Harper (and later Walden Schmidt) like a modern version of "The Man" and get away with it because she wasn't afraid of being fired by either of them.
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