Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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A Giant Cat Holding a Churro 

Lyndsey dumps Alan after he agrees to be completely honest about his past, and a stoned Walden tries to cheer him up by throwing him a party.



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Episode credited cast:
Jake Harper (credit only)
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Alan tries to cure Walden's divorce grief with alcohol and cable porn. Thus they discover that Lyndsey has starred in such a revealing production. Alan first mounts his high horse, then overdoes 'letting her off' by admitting his own moral deviations, hence ends up dumped. Walden meanwhile seeks simpler comfort in baking sweet stuff, but Berta spikes a cake. To cheer up Alan, he throws a libertine party, unknowing Lyndsey is coming to give Alan another chance. Walden prevents her finding Alan 'anughty', yet he repeats his excessive honesty. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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17 October 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Courtney Thorne-Smith's character Lindsey makes the comment "the casting director said he could get me on Melrose Place". Thorne-Smith was on Melrose Place. See more »


Alan Harper: [about Walden drinking] Is this about your ex-wife?
Walden Schmidt: No.
Alan Harper: Walden.
Walden Schmidt: Maybe.
Alan Harper: Walden.
Walden Schmidt: Yes.
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References Melrose Place (1992) See more »


Two and a Half Men Theme
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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God save this show!
19 October 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Yet another episode defining complete disaster. But one thing is still great! 'Hats off' to Jon Cryer (Alan Harper) for his stupendous efforts in saving this episode and the show from being a complete train-wreck. The 5 stars I've given here are all for his efforts. Even the director is trying to concentrate most of the show around Harper now rather than going after stupid and expressionless Walden Schmidt. Lorre very well knows, if people are watching the show, they look for 'Two and a Half Men' spirit, the remains of which are left only in supporting casts now. I've always liked Kutcher in movies, but I am amazed how could Chuck Lorre sign him for the lead role for this show. He is no good being a womanizer, no good at being childish and has no sexual appeal(even stripping didn't work for him in ep 9.1). His character is useless for the show's storyline. I think Chuck Lorre should have created a complete new character rather than a replacement of Charlie (So that people didn't compare). There is absolutely no comparison!!

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