Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers Without a Snoot-ful 

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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Miss Tuttle
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Brianna
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Katie
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Andrew
Jacob Urrutia ...
Luis
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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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Comedy | Romance

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10 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Episodes are named for a line from the show, this one does not have an exact quote, "Not gonna face all those pre-pubers without a snoot-ful." See more »

Goofs

Boom mic visible several times in the corner behind Charlie's right shoulder as he is sitting at the piano in Jake's classroom during practice for the school show. The shadow of the mic is also visible beneath it. See more »

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References Stormy Weather (1943) See more »

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Two and a Half Men Theme
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Written by Chuck Lorre
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A fun episode
5 March 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is a fun episode from the shows first series, one that remind us how good the show was before the writers got sex obsessed and ruined it.

I thought there were some lovely moments here. From Charlie teaching the kids, to Jake's struggle about his parents divorce.

Charlie Sheen is so good in this early episodes, and actually has real scenes to play, unlike those he'd be faced with later in the shows long, long run.

I enjoyed this episode, I thought it was warm and funny, as well as boasting good performances from all involved.


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