Two and a Half Men: Season 7, Episode 3

Mmm, Fish. Yum. (5 Oct. 2009)

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Alan is forced to take care of Judith's baby when Judith's mom falls off the wagon, and Jake tries to blackmail Charlie when he runs over Chelsea's cat.



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Jake tries to take advantage of every opportunity to drive when he gets his learner's permit. Alan tries to deal with Judith's mother in an attempt to get closer to Judith's new baby. Chelsea's cat runs off after Charlie has an accident and takes it out on the cat. Written by Moviedude1

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Judith's Mother, Lenore, is a lush
5 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

Jake really wants to drive Charlie's car. Meanwhile, Judith and her husband want to have a weekend away in Laguna Beach, so they get Judith's mother, Lenore, (played by Annie Potts) to babysit the newborn baby girl. Alan goes over to be with the baby and Lenore. Lenore comes on to Alan in a major way, making suggestive remarks and licking his fingers. We learn that Lenore was kicked out of the Betty Ford Clinic because of drug dependency. She claims she can handle alcohol with no problems, but Alan is not so sure when she begins making sexual comments and suggestions to him. Charlie manages to kill Chelsea's cat, Sir Lancelot, and Jake takes a picture of Charlie and the dead cat so he can use it to blackmail Charlie and drive Charlie's car anytime that he wants to do so. Judith's mother wants Alan to go into the Jacuzzi nude. Judith calls Alan and asks him to go over to her house and check on the baby, but she is not aware that Alan is already there. Chelsea comes into Charlie's house unexpectedly while Charlie and Jake are trying to bury the cat. Alan and Judith's mother are taking the baby somewhere when she gets upset and leaps out of the car. Meanwhile, Jake has finally gotten to drive Charlie's car, and by coincidence, Judith's mother passes across the street in front of them. Chelsea comes home and she has Sir Lancelot, the cat, in her arms. Apparently, the cat Charlie killed was not Sir Lancelot. Suddenly, there is a knock on the door and a huge bald man is standing there, asking Chelsea if she might have seen his lost cat, Puss Puss, who is black and white and identical to Sir Lancelot.

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