Two and a Half Men: Season 3, Episode 1

Weekend in Bangkok with Two Olympic Gymnasts (19 Sep. 2005)

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After Alan falls off the roof, Charlie has to look after the adolescent and increasingly obnoxious Jake for the weekend.

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When Charlie's satellite dish is stuck, he would just have called "the guy" on Monday, but Alan insists to fix it himself- and then falls, incurring a painful series of neck - and other injuries. Charlie insists to take Jake anyhow, who has a better sense of humor, but finds the kid masters the art of nagging like a wife, which ends Uncle up driving trough L.A. all the way to the black ghetto Watts for a Clucky's chicken dinner and to the video store for a specific game, and yet the foxy customer who flirted with him gets scared away. Alan is pretty much left alone, suffering countless pains and utter embarrassment... Written by KGF Vissers

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In this episode Jake rents Final Fantasy X (10), but the music (when Jake later plays it on his Playstation2) is from the battle music of Final Fantasy II the origins version that was released for playstation. See more »

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Charlie Harper: [tired of arguing with Jake] This conversation's over.
Jake Harper: Not if I keep talking.
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