Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Golly Moses, She's a Muffin 

Charlie learns that Kandi has been living with them for three weeks. It turns out he hasn't even noticed some furniture changes. Alan wants to try her as secretary, but Charlie doesn't think she's smart enough for that.

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The Harpers's world is inverted: Charlie's ex Kandi, of his countless girls about the dumbest, not only became Alan's lover but even says she prefers sex with him, and has been living in Charlie's beach-house, as unnoticed as several furniture changes, for three weeks since she was evicted. Charlie has suffered a sexual drought even longer, by now even Berta and her cousin in prison begin to look somehow attractive. Judith finds out, and is shocked Jake is exposed to such a floozy; despite his brother's warning to keep love and business apart, Alan tries her as secretary in his surgery, with even more and worse results then either could fear... Written by KGF Vissers

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Berta: Well, you know what they say. Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and can't get laid huh?
Charlie Harper: Maybe I'm not trying.
Berta: Yeah, and look for me next month on the cover of Maxim. I'll have nothing on but the vacuum.
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Kandi episodes are probably the funniest of this show
9 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

All 16 episodes starring "Kandi" are friggin' hilarious. And I have only seen several of them and I'm looking forward to watching the rest. The humor written into these episodes is really funny. And I am one who doesn't really like this show only because most of the times that I've watched it just wasn't funny to me. But the "Kandi" episodes are really good. Plus it helps that the actress who plays "Kandi" is really good looking and very shapely. She played the part perfectly. If you're looking for some really funny episodes from "Two and a Half Men" look at these episodes with "Kandi". They are great. And I haven't even seen them all.


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