Two and a Half Men: Season 2, Episode 6

The Price of Healthy Gums Is Eternal Vigilance (25 Oct. 2004)

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After confessing responsibility for a childhood shoplifting incident blamed on Alan, Charlie seeks the forgiveness of his now infuriated brother.

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After confessing responsibility for a childhood shoplifting incident blamed on Alan, Charlie seeks the forgiveness of his now infuriated brother.

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[last lines]
Charlie Harper: Well, remember how you were a bed-wetter 'til you were eight?
Alan Harper: Yeah.
Charlie Harper: You actually stopped at six.
Alan Harper: What? What-what did you do? Did you sneak into my room, and-and-and-and pour warm water on me while I was asleep?
Charlie Harper: Yeah, okay. Let's say it was water, and let's say I poured it.
[Alan's jaw drops]
Charlie Harper: Well, I feel better. How 'bout you?
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Music by Nora Bayes
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Two silly men.
2 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The chemistry between Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen is never better than in this episode. What a great comedy duo. They are wonderful together. The episode also has a strong plot. What happens when somebody reveals a secret that will impact on somebody else's life? Although Charlie is usually the straight man, in this episode the roles are reversed with amusing results. The issue itself is relatively trifling but the emotional consequences are enormous. And when the mother is brought into the picture, the results are hilarious as the situation turns into a farce, with both brothers trying to cope with all kinds of feelings resulting from a childhood prank. The episode generates lots of laughs as the both brothers go through all kinds of emotional changes which reveal their essential vulnerability and goodness. These are two silly yet good men, and that is why this was such a successful show.


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