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That Pistol-Packin' Hermaphrodite 

Charlie and Mia discover that setting up a wedding with their two crazy families is a disaster, so they decide to get married in Las Vegas.

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Charlie tells indifferent Jake and incredulous Alan he's about to marry Mia, although for him twenty years of marriage is worse the death. Then crazy Rose reports Gordon just dumped her. Mia preferred the traditional ceremony to Charlie's original ideas, until Alan and his wedding planner's list (a fat folder) turn her off. Visiting Mia's family scares even ma Evelyn Harper. Then Rose starts stalking Mia, in wedding gown; they decide to cut the guest-list, or even better: elope to Los Vegas, to Alan's disappointment. At the altar, Charlie realizes his bride expects Alan and Jake to move out: it's off. Meanwhile Alan and Kandi... Written by KGF Vissers

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22 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Rose: Hello Alan.
Alan Harper: Rose.
[Rose exits via the front door. Charlie and Alan stare at the door, bewildered]
Charlie Harper: She used the front door?
Alan Harper: Uh huh.
Charlie Harper: She never uses the front door.
Alan Harper: Uhn uh.
[turns to Charlie]
Alan Harper: What happened out there?
Charlie Harper: Nothing. I just told her Mia and I were getting married, and I could see her medication STOP working.
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Season 3 has been the best season yet for Two & a Half Men
2 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Season 3 has been the best season yet for Two & a Half Men. The cast has really come together this season and pulling in April Bowlby as "Kandi" has helped guide and shape the entire season (& the show?). Since she is the ex-girlfriend of one character (Charlie) and the fiancé of another (Alan), she could either become a full cast member or a distant memory. Kandi and her parents, Mandi & Andy (played by Hercules' Kevin Sorbo), have brought the same humor that drew me to the program starting with the very first episode.

If I had to choose one key element of Season 3, it would be Kandi and her family changing the lives of the characters and the course of the action, perhaps for the life of the show. I cannot wait to see what happens in Season 4. I hope there is a DVD set out soon so I can re-watch the entire season before starting the next. The entire cast brings laughter and fun as they make their way through life.

Fantastic show that deserves a long, fun-filled life.


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