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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Charlie Harper: What are you guys talking about?
Dr. Herb Melnick: Masturbating at the YMCA.
Charlie Harper: Really ? Just talk, right ?
Alan Harper: Yeah, but the night is young.
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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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Funny! Funny! Funny!..........
4 April 2009 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This episode has got to be the funniest and most gut wrenchingly hilarious episode of the entire series. Every once in a while in series television everything just seems to come together for one episode and winds up being their best show. In my opinion this was their show. I haven't laughed like I laughed watching this show for many years. If you like this series, you'll love this episode.

I checked the spoiler box because of the Alan character. It's not really a spoiler but........It seems like they're chilling him out some, which I think is good. There's none of his whiny "I'm" broke but demand equal rights" crap in the show nor the past couple of few shows for that matter.

So, Best episode in a fantastic series. Guaranteed gut wrenching.

Enjoy.


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