Two and a Half Men: Season 4, Episode 8

Release the Dogs (13 Nov. 2006)

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After a bout with insomnia, Alan is escorted home from a midnight run on the beach by the local sheriff's department. Jake fights back when Charlie goes back on his word about not dating his friend's mother.



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Officer Roberts
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Officer Foster
Police Helicopter Pilot (voice)
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With Alan's luck, a jog on the beach ends with being arrested by police dogs, mistaken for an escaping criminal. When he seeks psychiatric help, Dr. Linda Freeman looks down on the chiropractor, demands prompt payment and suggests his key problem is jealousy of good brother Charlie who 'never bears the consequences of his love life'. When Charlie is forced by Allen to babysit Jake and his girlfriend Taylor, he promises Jake not to date her mother Kelly (the surest way to make the boy's social life even more isolated), well after seeing her that is if Jake waxes his car. Charlie is caught kissing anyhow on Taylor's web-cam; Jake's revenge proves to be Alan's dream medicine... Written by KGF Vissers

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Alan tells the doctor that Charlie is two years older than him, yet in real life, Alan (Jon Cryer) is five months older than Charlie (Charlie Sheen). See more »


Officer Roberts: [to his partner, after releasing Alan to Charlie at their house's door] At least this clown didn't ask if I was Jewish.
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Spoofs Chariots of Fire (1981) See more »

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