Two and a Half Men: Season 6, Episode 19

The Two Finger Rule (30 Mar. 2009)

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Charlie, Alan and Herb commiserate with each other when their stupid decisions put them on the outs with their significant others.

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Charlie, Alan and Herb get together when they all have problems with their significant others; Charlie with Chelsea because of some topless photos an ex of his sent him, Alan with Melissa for sleeping with her mother while stoned and Herb with Judith because of arguments set off by hormones. Written by J. Rieper

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Dr. Herb Melnick: I could get used to this.
Charlie Harper: Don't get too comfortable.
Alan Harper: As far as Charlie's concerned, mi casa es mi casa.
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Instead of the usual "Men..." voice heard at the end of each episode, this one ends with Alan's impromptu Barbershop Quartet and Michael saying "Zing!" See more »

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Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart!
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Written by James F. Hanley
Performed by Michael Clarke Duncan, Jon Cryer, J.D. Walsh and Ryan Stiles
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That is a horrible name for a penis....
11 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"The Two Finger Rule" is one of my favorite episodes.

This is partly due to the scene where the four(later five) guys are in the living room talking about sex. Michael Clarke Duncan's character had me in tears with "Mr. Roundtree"

The Alan character was great to, especially in the same scene.

The singing thing at the end was great too. Jake didn't appear much in this episodes, neither did Berta, but even if their appearances were small they were really funny. Great acting, great script, great episode. I highly recommend seeing this episode. It was truly a masterpiece. Even if you think the show jumped the shark, I still think you should watch the episode.


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