Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Weekend in Bangkok with Two Olympic Gymnasts 

After Alan falls off the roof, Charlie has to look after the adolescent and increasingly obnoxious Jake for the weekend.



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Episode cast overview:
... Charlie Harper
... Alan Harper
... Jake Harper
... Judith Harper
... Evelyn Harper
Kimberly Oja ... Betsy (as Kim Oja)
... Mona


When Charlie's satellite dish is stuck, he would just have called "the guy" on Monday, but Alan insists to fix it himself- and then falls, incurring a painful series of neck - and other injuries. Charlie insists to take Jake anyhow, who has a better sense of humor, but finds the kid masters the art of nagging like a wife, which ends Uncle up driving trough L.A. all the way to the black ghetto Watts for a Clucky's chicken dinner and to the video store for a specific game, and yet the foxy customer who flirted with him gets scared away. Alan is pretty much left alone, suffering countless pains and utter embarrassment... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

19 September 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


In the season 3 premiere, Jake's wants the NEW Final Fantasy. The one he finds in the video store is Final Fantasy 10 (the Greatest Hits version, no less.) which actually came out in 2001, and season 3 premiered in 2005. The most recent Final Fantasy in the show's time line at this point would be X-2, even 11. See more »


Jake Harper: Hey, don't just talk about me like I'm not here.
Charlie Harper: Keep yapping and you won't be.
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A sharply written episode
14 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Back in its early days 'Two and a Half Men' was a well written sitcom that found the balance between heart and more adult jokes. This axis got seriously knocked out of whack as the years went on.

The strength of the show in these early years was the chemistry between Charlie and Jake, and this episode really highlights that. There is also some good opportunities for Jon Cryer to demonstrate what a good physical comedian he is.

People say that Angus T Jones was the breakout star of this show, but if anything it really elevated Jon Cryer too.

When it was good, this show was very good.

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