Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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The Two Finger Rule 

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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Comedy | Romance

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30 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Chelsea: Can you explain this, Charlie?
Charlie Harper: I'd love to.
Chelsea: I'm waiting.
Charlie Harper: I can't, that's why I said I'd love to.
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Crazy Credits

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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References Shaft (1971) See more »

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Theme from Shaft
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Written by Isaac Hayes
Performed by Michael Clarke Duncan, Jon Cryer, Ryan Stiles and J.D. Walsh
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Perfect Sitcom Episode
29 December 2016 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

Every once in a while, a sitcom episode is so perfectly written and directed that it makes the craft look SO easy. The Two Finger Rule is one such example. Hilarious! I had a friend who protested, saying he thought Charlie Sheen was such a lech he didn't want to lower his standards to such a level. Said friend busted a gut while we watched it.

The content is definitely not for pre-teens. The episode is rife with hilarious sexual innuendo and drug references. Dialogue is perfectly written and delivered in a manner that is reminiscent of screen directing legends I dare not mention. Enjoy!


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