Two and a Half Men: Season 6, Episode 14

David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie (2 Feb. 2009)

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After his family acts mean-spirited during Alan's "surprise" birthday party, Alan decides he's had enough and moves in with his girlfriend and mom.



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After his family acts mean-spirited during Alan's "surprise" birthday party, Alan decides he's had enough and moves in with his girlfriend and mom.

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Melissa: All right. Well, now that we're all here, why don't we take turns saying something about Alan and how much he means to us. Oh, okay, Jake, you want to start ?
Jake Harper: No, I got to go make room for cake.
Melissa: All right. Uh, Berta! Why don't you get the ball rolling.
Berta: Sure. What the hell. Zippy, I got to tell you, when you first moved in, I didn't really care for you. You were a persnickety, self-righteous, smug son-of-a-bitch. And now, here we are, six years later. Thank you.
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Regarding Poor, Poor, Alan.
4 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am an ardent fan of "Two and a Half Men." I have seen every episode and have the first four seasons on DVD. This episode was very disturbing. It's not that it was not a good production; the episodes are always first-rate.

To begin with, at the "party" given for Alan (Jon Cryer,) nobody had anything nice to say about him, not even Charlie. Even the biggest cad -- Errol Flynn being a good example -- had redeeming qualities. Flynn loved to read and was fond of animals.

Secondly, when is love-starved Alan ever going to find his heart's desire? He was dumped by Judith (actually, no tragedy there,) Kandi, who Alan really loved, and now Melissa.* Alan is always portrayed as the quintessential loser, a flesh-and-blood Charlie Brown. It would be nice to see this intelligent and gentle man win every once in a while.

*I have to admit that with Melissa, it was Alan's fault.

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