Two and a Half Men: Season 10, Episode 15

Paint It, Pierce It or Plug It (7 Feb. 2013)

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Alan is alarmed when discovers that Jake's new girlfriend is almost twice his age, has three children, and owns a tattoo parlor.

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Alan panics when he learns that Jake's latest 'true love', Tammy, is a mother of three and much older. She visits, flaunting on herself the marks of her business, a tattoo parlor, which worries Alan even more, while Walden rather asks what she sees in mental baby Jake. Yer her explanations and declared intentions make some sense, especially to Jake, who acts utterly leashed. Written by KGF Vissers

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