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Twanging Your Magic Clanger 

Charlie has second thoughts about the woman he's dating when he discovers she's 47, but his attitude suddenly changes when he discovers she has a sexy, bisexual, 20-year-old daughter.

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Charlie takes his dermatologist Michelle to a movie date, then proceeds smoothly into bed, but retreats after hearing she's 47 and meeting her bisexual daughter Shauna (20), fearing he'll end up doing it with both. Meanwhile Jake spends the weekend with his mother, while Alan sees to his urgent needs manually with Internet porn, just to avoid wasting erectile drugs nearing the expiration date. Written by KGF Vissers

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First episode since the start that doesn't feature all three lead roles, in this case 'Angus T Jones''s character Jake. See more »

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Berta: [after walking in on Alan Masturbating] Ah jeez, zippy! What are you doing with the pudding?
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References Growing Pains (1985) See more »

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The jokes are all to familiar. The plot is unoriginal.
6 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Two and a Half Men" once again has racked up some major suckage points. The jokes are all to familiar. The plot is unoriginal (in fact, I had to check the info just to make sure it was not a repeat). Charlie looks drunk and stoned, yet he acts way too mature for his looks. Come on really, let's keep the comedy simple. Charlie's a drunken bastard, not a man of change. Alan keeps getting caught in this episode barbecuing alone. That plot is run regularly enough, there is no need to make a whole episode about it or show explicit pictures of him. "Two and a Half Men" has lost its zest. Please Chuck Lorre go get drunk, write the show! From my blog: http://e-daytv.blogspot.com/


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