Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Three Girls and a Guy Named Bud 

Alan unsuccessfully tries to keep Jake from finding out that he's sleeping with his friend Eldridge's mom, while Charlie contemplates giving up drinking after an unusually wild night he can't remember.

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Charlie admits waking up without trousers, later found in his mailbox stamped, without any recollection of the night, is a wakeup-call to stop drinking, but his definition excludes liters of beer and wine. Charlie and even Berta feel proud about two girls sneaking out of Jake's room, but Alan lectures him. As Charlie, who fraternizes with admirer Herb, predicted, that makes it far worse when Jake and Eldridge find out that Alan, who was attacked by a dog, slept with Lyndsey. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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20 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Herb says to Alan, "you're one lucky ducky". Duckie was Jon Cryer's name in "Pretty In Pink". See more »

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References 3 Men and a Baby (1987) See more »

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Two and a Half Men Theme
Written by Chuck Lorre
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The signs are there
13 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This 8th series was the one that got cut short due to Charlie Sheen's difficulties away from the show, and his eventual sacking, and sadly there are numerous signs that all is not well with him in this episode.

Just a little too thin, just a little too slow on delivery of lines, even the very short hair cut all tell a tale. However, as ever Sheen is very funny as Charlie Harper, and although not carrying the episode, is key to its success.

As ever with 'Men' the plot is thin, but in most cases the jokes are good, albeit more and more sex obsessed.


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