Two and a Half Men: Season 5, Episode 3

Dum Diddy Dum Diddy Doo (8 Oct. 2007)

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Charlie humors Alan by going on a date with a woman his own age instead of a young bimbo. But when the woman rejects him after the first date, he becomes obsessed with seeing her again.

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Jake becomes an insufferable cellphone-junkie. Tired of meaningless floozies, Charlie decides after a particularly dumb one to double-date with Alan's friend. Charlie nearly freaks out learning that Linda is a municipal judge and law professor. Soon he can't resist the challenge, even if that sets him on a bumpy course for embarrassment. Written by KGF Vissers

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The title is based on the 1955 song "Diddley Daddy" by Bo Diddley that was originally entitled "Diddy Diddy Dum Dum". See more »

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Charlie Harper: I don't mind the talking and the listening, but what about the ears?
Alan Harper: What about the ears?
Charlie Harper: The ears never stop growing, and I like a nice, tight lobe.
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I think I've got 2 pretty good ideas for how Charlie could return! gerrardsuarez
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A therapsit telling her cleint to have mindless, impersonal sex? kvanstyn
Without Charlie, there is no fun fire_on_you
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