Two and a Half Men: Season 9, Episode 9

Frodo's Headshots (14 Nov. 2011)

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Upon his return from the "stress clinic," Alan finds out that Jake got his girlfriend pregnant, Walden and Lyndsey are sleeping together, and he has to move out immediately.

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Just released after long mental therapy in a strict 'stress clinic', Alan's life quickly turns nightmarish again. On the ride home, he learns Jake sired Megan's baby. Walden took his place as Lindsy's lover and packed his bags, mother pretends not to be home and his car wreck can't even serve fr suicide, so he must spend the night in the storage Walden arranged for his last possessions. Then the cards are reshuffled again. Written by KGF Vissers

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Walden Schmidt: I'm sorry you had to find out this way.
Alan Harper: Oh, really? Really? How would you have liked me to hear it? Twitter? Facebook? A singing telegram?
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Alan Harper: Ta-ra-ra boom dee yay! I banged your girl today! 'Cause I'm a billionaire, I still have all my hair!
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A much better episodes than the previous ones of Series 9. I was worrying that this season was beginning to fail but this episode was great. The Alan dream part was hilarious and finally, Jake was in it. He's been lacking from the past episodes and he is one of Two and a Half Men's strongest points. Ashton Kutcher still acts a bit too much like a child but he's getting better and I'm getting more use to him, I think his character seems a bit odd though and he seems like the kid now and Jake is the other adult. Sadly I don't think Ashton Kutcher will ever replace Charlie Sheen. Overall: If the future episodes are like this; Two and Half Men could have a much better future.


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