Two and a Half Men: Season 9, Episode 22

Why We Gave Up Women (30 Apr. 2012)

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Charlie's spirit returns from Hell in the form of a middle aged woman to tell Alan to make some changes to his life after his heart attack.

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Although Ava's exhausting stay-over convinced Walden he would be better off living with Alan, he dares not tell Zoey he changed his mind and lets them move in. Alan promises to move out but has a conspicuously conveniently timed cardiac crisis. Hospitalised as Walden male partner, Alan gets a visit from Charlie, incarnated in a crone as hell sentence, who convinces kid brother it's time to man up and stop depending on others. By the time he realizes that was a cruel prank, he's living in a rat-hole room, but resorts to his earlier trick again. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Alan is rehearsing his "Call 911" act at the front door, he falls against the window and the set wobbles. See more »

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Alan Needs To Buy Walden Out
1 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not a fan of 2 1/2, but often scroll through old ones. While CS is a pompous butt, he worked well off of other actors. The whole Walden line is miserable. Guess some keep hoping it would get better, and it would have made more sense if Charlie left the house to his brother who couldn't afford it alone. Then at least some of the efforts to keep it wouldn't seem so lunatic and fringe. Would've been funny watching Alan try to hold things together, instead in some far universe a complete stranger keeps a household intact with sporadic moments of hilarity. Last night is no better, and Bates offered some good advice. Let Alan get his own place or Walden sell his house back to Alan so he can leave.


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