Two and a Half Men: Season 4, Episode 22

Mr. McGlue's Feedbag (30 Apr. 2007)

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When Alan has to go renew his driver's license, he convinces Charlie to help Jake with book report. But when Charlie takes Jake to the track, instead, Jake's horse comes in.

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Charlie promises to help Jake prepare a book report, due Monday, while Alan goes to DMV, but sugar Uncle tells the lazy kid to take it easy all Saturday till the deadline starts itching, as he does with a jingle deadline. Although doing the gambler's homework is lost on Jake, sheer luck makes him win over $1,000 on impossible odds. Allan was dumb enough to give his number -he bragged about getting a nice low one by calling in for an appointment- away to a young mother, obviously unworthy of help, and wants to confiscate the winnings for a not yet existing college fund, but Charlie insists to let him spend it, alas after a few minor luxuries on something nobody enjoys in the end... Written by KGF Vissers

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Angus T. Jones: A 14 year old who looks like a 10 year old, playing a 13 year old who acts like a 6 year old. See more »

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Charlie Harper: [drunk] Thank you for transporting me home. You are a terrific cab driver and I hope some day to visit your country. Damn, where is that key? Here key, key, key, key, key, key, key, key, key, key, key, key! Ah-ha! Hello, key.
[door won't open]
Charlie Harper: Oh, no. Wrong house. I'm lost!
[Alan opens the door from the inside]
Alan Harper: Hello?
Charlie Harper: Oh, hey, Alan! Come on in.
Alan Harper: Why don't you come in here?
Charlie Harper: I can't. I lost my key.
[shows his keys]
Charlie Harper: Daaaaaah!
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