Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Principal Gallagher's Lesbian Lover 

Alan has to lobby the principal to keep Jake from getting expelled, while Charlie is left to manage the chiropractic office for the day.

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Alan is physically crushed by an overweight black patient who went trough his back because of too many tranquilizer pills and collapsed like a mountain chain when Judith calls to pick up Jake from school, so he phones Charlie, who doesn't pick up: he would have to leave a lover in bed. Repentant this forces Alan to cancel a working day to see Jake's principal about an 'intolerable' drawing of well-endowed female classmate Barbara Charlie rather fancies, Charlie offers to help out, grudgingly finding that means answering the practice phone all day, and first getting up at seven to face traffic at 10 miles an hour. Charlie follows legally binding instructions not to touch any patients, but hires a sexy masseuse, who soon has men lining up for non-medical 'therapy'. At Jake's school, Alan manages to antagonize Barbara's equally well-endowed mother, only to find the principal has the rack of all terrace builders records. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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26 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Lincoln Kennedy moves his hips as Alan reaches for his cell phone. See more »

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Mr. Malinkovich: Doc, how many more adjustments do you think I'm gonna need?
Alan Harper: Well, Mr Malinkovich, uhm, let's see. My son won't graduate college 'til 2015, so... a lot.
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The change begins
18 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Back in its first two series, yes 'Two and a Half Men' could be a little rude, but its heart was in the right place.

Two episodes into its third series though and the change has begun. I don't always feel that the shows heart is in the right place. At times it feels like it is being rude just for the sake of it.

That's not to fault the performances of the cast, who as ever are good fun, but the subtle changes being made to the show have not gone unnoticed.


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