Two and a Half Men: Season 3, Episode 23

Arguments for the Quickie (15 May 2006)

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Mia comes back and asks Charlie to donate his sperm. He agrees to, but for some unknown reason he can't deliver.



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When the Harper brothers learn from Jake about a call -a week late, like his teacher's request for a meeting last week- that Charlie's ex girlfriend Mia, the one who could have become serious and still gets him extremely excited, left four tickets for her ballet company, the womanizer assures Alan an ex only calls to boast her current man is better or to cheat on him and/or pump you for money. However when they still go, she only asks for his sperm, promising to raise the kid alone. Despite Alan's reservations, Charlie signs away his paternity rights, but his swimmers seem unusually reluctant, in fact... Written by KGF Vissers

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It's never explained how Mia went from a dance studio to a traveling troupe. The vast majority of the time. A dancer would dance for years and retire. Either because of an injury or age. And after retirement then open a dance studio to teach. It doesn't usually go the other way. Working in a dance studio is not enough of the right kind of practice. A touting troupe is the epitome for a ballerina. See more »


Alan Harper: I think she caught the rabbit.
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