Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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The Last Thing You Want Is to Wind Up with a Hump 

Jake's soccer games lead to Alan and Charlie having encounters with teammates' sexy mothers.

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Charlie objected to being commandeered by Alan to bring Jake to soccer, and to the wimpy idea to 'teach' the boys not to keep scores. However he finds Ernie's army brat soccer ma Kate agrees, so he arranges a play-date, win-win for boys of both generations. Alas there's also Ernie's dad, Bill. Alan scolds Charlie for 'using his son', but is easily chased by divorced soccer ma Gloria -too pushy for Charlie- and her sister Brooke. Written by KGF Vissers

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Alan: [Charlie has arranged a "play-date" for Jake] You're hitting on the Mother, aren't you?
Charlie: Can't slip one past you, can I?
Alan: That's not what a play-date is for.
Charlie: What? The kid plays, and I have a date. Everybody wins.
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Spoofs Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Two and a Half Men Theme
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Written by Chuck Lorre
Performed by Dominik Hauser
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The advantages of accompanied Jake in the football
10 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This fifth episode is of the most classic it resumes(takes back) little near all which makes the salt of the series but without exploiting(running) up to the end its usual key points. We have the right(law) has some funny situations with Alan who breaks himself the nose, Charlie who has a hangover. The dialogs while remaining good are not also incisive as in other episodes. We shall always greet the freedom of speech of the set(group) on the levels of the themes which are frontally approached, without subtlety although the sexual allusions remain numerous. Be that as it may we have to deal with a good episode no big reference but an intrigue which holds well the set(group).


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