Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Those Fancy Japanese Toilets 

Walden hires Evelyn as his interior decorator, but Alan is convinced that she just wants to take advantage of him sexually. Meanwhile, Alan inherits Charlie's journal, and Jake has a crush on his tutor, but she has a crush on Walden.

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Having given up on his marriage, Walden decides to redecorate and hires greedy Evelyn, who, like Alan warned, ends up in bed with the hunk. Alan gets obsessed with Charlie's journal, revealing but also feeding his somewhat correct suspicion there must be a hidden fortune. Jake concentrates on foxy 'tutor' Megan, who alas only has eyes for Walden. Written by KGF Vissers

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31 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Alan says, "It's a miracle I'm not a transsexual on Dancing with the Stars (2004)." This is a reference to Chaz Bono, who competed on the show in 2011. See more »

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Evelyn Harper: [about Walden] Relax, Alan, the only thing I wanna pull out of that boy's pants is his wallet.
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References Dancing with the Stars (2004) See more »

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7 episodes and the charm grows
4 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After 7 episodes with Ashton Kutcher in the revamped Two and a Half Men, I have no doubt this series is going to stick around for a couple more seasons.

This episode was genuinely funny, and it's the first episode that showcased all the main characters of Two and a Half Men that has made the series a success thus far.

It's getting better and is picking up quite quickly. I hope to see a little bit more of Judith and Herb too in the coming episodes, and am eager to see what else Waldon Smidth has to give.

Still a fan, always will be!


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