Two and a Half Men: Season 7, Episode 22

This Is Not Gonna End Well (24 May 2010)

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Jake becomes Charlie's driver after Charlie has his license suspended, and to Charlie's chagrin, Alan makes plans to attend Chelsea's birthday party.



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Charlie switches places with Jake, who risked losing his license on the day he got it. Alas, outstanding tickets now contribute to Charlie losing his, so Jake becomes his driver. Alan, who wasn't told the above, is invited to Chelsea's birthday party. Charlie ultimately revokes his veto but makes Jake drive him. Staying in the car seemed safe, but nothing is further from the embarrassing truth. Meanwhile Alan embarrasses himself with Chelsea's father and his gay spouse. Written by KGF Vissers

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The title is based on the William Shakespeare play, All's Well That Ends Well. See more »


While they're in the car, Charlie hands a card to Jake, and he takes it. After Jakes taunts him for being a wuss, Charlie AGAIN gives the card to Jake, who AGAIN takes it - even though Jake never gave it back after taking it the first time. I guess the filmmakers never thought anyone would notice that Jake took it the first time. See more »


References Forrest Gump (1994) See more »


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Funny Episode
2 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This shows takes advantage of the fact that the half man of this sit-com is now much older & close to a full man. He is driving with Uncle Charlie when Charlie tells him to speed up & ignore a red light. When this happens of course the police are there & pull them over. Uncle Charlie switches seats with the son in order to take the rap.

Because of Charlies driving record, it is much more of a rap than expected because Chrlie has a rap sheet of driving violations & court non-appearances. The comedy adds up when Charlie finally gets home to explain what happened to Alan. This show always seems to find the funny bone no matter what & Charlie & Alan play off each other pretty much like the classic Odd Couple.

The only thing I wonder is when the teenager is grown up, is another kid coming to the cast or is the name going to be 3 Men? We could transplant Charlie & Alan into almost any place & it would still get pretty good comic results. This gets more complicated later in the show when Charlie gets behind the wheel himself & does even worse than Alan's son did. Charlie isn't going to be driving again for a long, long time.

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