Alan has consented to pay for Jake's appointment at the child psychologist, self-confessed mere guesser Dr. Freeman. Charlie finds that Alan is the one who sleepwalks and performing domestic chores, and hears from ma Evelyn it had happened before - from their dad's death till Alan's sexual awaking. Arranging a sex-life for Alan fails as he refuses one night-stands, so Charlie finally drags Alan to the child psychologist, and ends up as a stand in for Judith.
Did You Know?
Allen says the words Gort. Klatuu, barada, nikto. Klatuu, barada, nikto is a pharse that originated in the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still
(1951). In the film The humanoid alien named Klatuu told Helen Benson if any harm comes to him she must say the phrase Klatuu, barada, nikto to the robot Gort. Once the phrase Klatuu, barada, nikto is spoke to the robot Gort he will relent from destroying the Earth and will resurrect Klaatu from his death. See more
When Evelyn is talking to Jake on the couch, his knees are [at first] bent backwards indicating he is sitting on his feet. Once the camera angle switches, however, his knees are crossed and his feet are visible. We never once see Jake move to shift his position during the conversation. See more
You've been acting nuttier than rat crap in a pistachio factory.
Two and a Half Men Theme
Written by Grant Geissman
, Lee Aronsohn
, and Chuck Lorre See more