Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Walden buys Charlie's house and hires Berta as his live-in housekeeper, forcing Alan to move back in with his mom. However, Alan sees an opportunity to come back when Walden asks for advice about getting his wife back.

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Penelope (as Stephanie Jacobsen)
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Walden has bought the beach-house and re-hired Berta. However he feels lonely and trusts Alan enough to ask help and advice how to try win back his wife Bridget. Alan already feels very unwelcome at ma's and eagerly extracts as counter-favor the chance to move back in with Jake. Alan therefore braves Walden's semi-suicidal driving and, against his better judgment, joins 'breaking in' at the Schmidt mansion, only to hear Bridget meanly claim she gave Walden 15 years of chances to grow up. The new buddies seek consolation in alcohol and wake up naked together after nightly skinny-dipping. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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Allen refers to his dates in high school being a poster of Molly Ringwald. Jon Cryer co-starred with Molly in Pretty in Pink (1986). See more »

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Walden Schmidt: Alan.
Alan Harper: Yeah.
Walden Schmidt: Why are you lying on top of me?
Alan Harper: 'Cause didn't wanna be on the bottom?
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Features Frogger (1981) See more »

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At least better than the previous episode
28 September 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Ashton Kutcher is just pale with no expressions but at least Alan(Jon Cryer) is trying his best to save the franchise.

Its only after Charlie's farewell from the series, that people will realize how good Jon Cryer is. All the credits goes to Alan and Berta for this episode.

This episode was an improvement compared to the previous one. It had a few one liners and good comic environment. The episode had its moments, and few jokes were great, and a smile was guaranteed throughout.

The only problem is that all the punches are coming through Alan(Jon) but none from the very hyped Ashton Kutcher.

An honest and unbiased rating - 7/10 because of good performance by Jon Cryer and this episode came up from the previous one.


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