Two and a Half Men: Season 5, Episode 16

Look at Me, Mommy, I'm Pretty (28 Apr. 2008)

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Alan helps to plan his mother's wedding, and Charlie makes some moves on the woman who will soon be his stepsister.

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Alan plays wedding planner for his mother, Evelyn and Teddy, who waves a prenuptial, while the Harper boys discover their mother is very rich too. Charlie finds himself comforting Teddy's daughter Courtney, which ends up most discomforting for the groom. He only managed to break up a 'stalking' expertly equipped by Rose. The ceremony goes ahead, scripted preposterously by the fifth-time bride. Written by KGF Vissers

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Charlie (Charlie Sheen) mentions Apocalypse Now (1979). Sheen's father Martin Sheen played the lead role in that movie. See more »

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References 101 Dalmatians (1961) See more »