Two and a Half Men: Season 7, Episode 19

Keith Moon Is Vomiting in his Grave (12 Apr. 2010)

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Alan dates the mom of one of Jake's friends instead of telling her that her son and Jake went out drinking, but Charlie surprisingly does not approve of his actions.

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Charlie's next composition, a jingle for TV series 'super-dad', is hindered by Jake and his first-ever, slightly smarter buddy, drummer Elridge, yet helps them dating. Alan drops his plan to complain about him after seeing his sexy single mother Lyndsey. Charlie warns that dating you son's mother is wicked even by his standard, but to no avail. Written by KGF Vissers

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