Two and a Half Men: Season 1, Episode 8

Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers Without a Snoot-ful (10 Nov. 2003)

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After being tricked into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's classroom musical, Charlie is flattered to find out that the kids know all the words to his jingles. Alan is blind-sided with... See full summary »

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After being tricked into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's classroom musical, Charlie is flattered to find out that the kids know all the words to his jingles. Alan is blind-sided with divorce papers from Judith, causing strife which results in Charlie, who refuses to deal with the pre-pubers without a snootful, having to produce the play on his own. Jake is crushed when he realizes that a reconciliation between his parents may never happen. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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When Charlie and the children become allied
10 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This eighth episode has nothing memorable or of really interesting at the level of its intrigue. But certain situations remain funny in particular scenes(stages) between Charlie and the children who obey each of the orders. What is lacking in the episode except for a solid intrigue it is recipes(receipts) usual that make all the charm of the series. The dialogs are good written but lack of vigor and spine. The episode rests(bases) almost completely on Charlie who in spite of his(her) attitude takes(brings) out there always very well. In summary, a good entertaining episode but which does not appear among the most hard-hitting episodes.


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