Two and a Half Men: Season 9, Episode 3

Big Girls Don't Throw Food (3 Oct. 2011)

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While preparing for a romantic dinner with his wife, Walden accidentally talks Jake into dropping out of school.



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Alan finally gets a standing invitation to love with Walden as reward for advice on how to handle a dinner with Bridget. Judith drops off Jake without even phoning in advance. Walden however has no problem with a knavish extra guest, who seizes Alan's guest-room bed. Jake looks up to the handsome billionaire, but misunderstands Walden having skipped high-school, where he was bored, to MIT for leaving school. To Alan's horror, Jake assumes his bad results also stem from excessive IQ. Bridget's belittling attitude at dinner makes painfully clear Walden's marriage is beyond salvation. Written by KGF Vissers

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It won't last another season with this pace...
4 October 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The show is getting weaker day by day, episode by episode.

#9.1 was just an average episode.

#9.2 was an improvement over the previous one.

#9.3 absolute failure.

Humor is missing, no strong one liners or any exceptional punches. Even though Jon Cryer is trying his best, still its not sufficient to keep up the image of the series. The show is definitely losing its charm without Charlie. I don't know what got into Chuck Lorre's mind when he replaced a character like Charlie with a dumb character Walden.

They are lowering their standards to keep up the charisma of the series but have failed instead. A boy filming his mother while she is making out with a guy, and Ashton Kutcher had to strip down in the season premier. Seriously, this is not going to work very long. I might discontinue watching it if it doesn't improve in time.

2/10 is all i can give for this stuff, and the show is gonna crash very soon.

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