Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Alan and Lyndsey introduce their mothers to each other, while Walden spends the night hanging out with Jake and Eldrige since Zoe is still out of town.



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Walden takes pity on dating-clueless Jake and Eldrigde, even volunteering to drive the knaves to their high school party rather than lending them his luxury car, only to find the boneheads hopelessly ill-prepared. So the trio gets lost, but Walden offers an alternative. Meeting Lydnsey's parasitic, sanctimoniously implied-critical mother and decides to present her to his, unsuspecting they quickly forge an eerie cahoots bond. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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19 March 2012 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #381 All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know. Ernest Hemingway I am so tired. Chuck Lorre See more »


References Mary Poppins (1964) See more »


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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Unnecessary sexist and misogynist. Completely lost the track
25 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

I used to love Two and a Half Men, I always tough it had very solid characters and a lot of chemistry. At the beginning of this ninth season, Ashton's character was well. He had his funny moments and looked promising. But now the comedy fell into a spiral and it went from a very smart-written comedy to a misogynist program where all women are sluts, materialistic, plastic, basically prostitutes who charge very expensive, or not charge at all. This episode is more than evident when Alan asks his mother would come home and she replied that she managed to get home from a city with nothing but clothes and lubricant. I can not imagine a woman who finds that outrageous use of her body funny. Moreover most the jokes are grotesque, and like 95% of them are about sex or degrading women and marriage. It's OK if one make a joke about marriage once in a while and its funny when the atmosphere is relaxed, but here it looks like every writer had a horrible marriage and are so resented that they insult it in every possible way. That is no different than a teenager with a broken heart claiming that all women are the same. Chuck Lorre if you had a bad marriage bad for you but don't take it out with all women.

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