Two and a Half Men: Season 5, Episode 9

Shoes, Hats, Pickle Jar Lids (19 Nov. 2007)

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Charlie ignores his future step-father's advice and gets involved with his daughter, and he learns the hard way that he should have heeded the warning.

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At ma Evelyn's engagement party, her fiancé Teddy makes Charlie promise not to hit on his foxy daughter, wicked luxury car salesperson Courtney. However that vixen successfully seduces and screws Charlie, for a change - and for a fair fortune. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Charlie is sitting in the Ferrari with Courtney, his phone rings, but when he picks it up, and throughout the conversation, the phone is upside down. See more »

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Evelyn: So I just naturally assumed that something had come up that was more important than your father's happiness.
Courtney: Well, Evelyn, you know what they say about assuming... when you assume, you're just a bitch.
Evelyn: Pardon, there are children present.
Jake Harper: She means me, but I'm fine with it.
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