Two and a Half Men: Season 9, Episode 17

Not in My Mouth! (20 Feb. 2012)

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When Zoe doesn't return his "I love you," Walden retaliates by immediately picking up on another woman.



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Zoe's repeated inability to replay to Walden's sweet 'I love you' either when they fear his private jet might crash or just using a hurry as an excuse convinces him, against Alan's soothing advice, that she doesn't, so he dates Jennifer, the first fox he meets in an elevator. Lyndsey's drinking gets excessive, and even her vomiting a cause of incessant disgust for everyone in the beach-house. Walden finds out the root of Zoe's attitude. Written by KGF Vissers

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Somebody put a bullet in this
21 February 2012 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

I'm not a hater in general - quite the opposite, really. But:

I'm just as disgusted from this vomit-episode (really? Vomitting? That's not funny, thats...yeah, disgusting) as I am from this whole season. I was open minded to Ashton Kutcher coming in, as I don't hate him as an actor. I think he has some good comedic qualities and I was open to what the writers would do. But this is just a total train wreck and I'm forcing myself to watch it, even though I don't want to.

The jokes are so cheap now that I have to wonder if Charlie Sheen did write the jokes before and some six year old are writing them now. I get embarrassed every time I watch this. I mean, the show was never the best sitcom on air (though the first seasons had some "sass"), but this is just awful. And again, I'm not a hater, but the Zoey character is so uncharismatic that I have to wonder if the casting director also is a six year old. Yes, she is a lovely looking woman, but she both sounds and acts like a posh English grandmother. I mean, the VOICE!?! Close your eyes and listen to Sophie Winkleman, and you can easily imagine her being 70 years old.

With all the great series that are canceled every year, it's a shame this gets to continue delivering cheap jokes and over acting.

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