Two and a Half Men: Season 2, Episode 23

Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab (16 May 2005)

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After finding out that Jake has spent the night at his other grandparents's house, Evelyn insists that Jake spend a night at her place. After convincing Jake to stay at her place, Alan and ... See full summary »



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After finding out that Jake has spent the night at his other grandparents's house, Evelyn insists that Jake spend a night at her place. After convincing Jake to stay at her place, Alan and Charlie worry about how Jake will be affected by his overnight visit. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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In a future episode when the brothers find out that Evelyn wants to pay Jakes college tuition; they try to figure out what she's up to. One of the ideas they have is that she wants him to go to college; so he can then go to law school. Than once he finishes law school he could on getting her variance so she can have a second story on her house. But in this episode she's hit by water coming through the floor from an upstairs bathroom. It would seem she has a second floor at this point. See more »


Charlie Harper: [about Jake] You realize, that in one night, he did what we couldn't do in a lifetime?
Alan Harper: He broke her.
Charlie Harper: He chewed her up and spit her out.
Alan Harper: It was a beautiful thing.
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Very, very funny!!!!
14 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Squab, Squab..." is the best episode that I've seen for this show. I laughed almost continuously throughout the whole airing! Thanks to very creative writing and acting this is one of my top ten TV show episodes! I saw family life from all three generations, the "ups" and "downs" from all perspectives, adding a touch of family "baggage" then mixing in such a degree of funny that it made me roar with laughter. The episode usually ends with the word "Men" sung at the end which I would listen for... which created the final touch of humor. It's isn't often that a TV show can make me laugh after it runs into a commercial which this episode did :-)

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