As part of his divorce closure and start of a new single dating life, Walden redecorates the beach house. When Charlie's piano is taken away, already jealous Alan also turns melancholic and ends up incarnating his dearly missed brother, getting drunk and picking up girls as Charlie, down to his name and Bermudas. Jake feels insecure, squashed between two fellow losers turning into Charlies.
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At the end of the episode, when Alan thinks he's actually Charlie, he says out loud "Winning!" , which gets a big laugh from the audience. For a while, after Charlie Sheen was fired from the show, that was a pretty popular quote of Sheen's. See more
Let me just get Charlie's personal stuff out of here. Oh, here is some of his unfinished music. Um... panties. Panties... Panties... Waterpipe... Oh, vibrator.
So we're talking songs, thongs, bongs and chauns.
If he had an autobiography, that would be the title.
Two and a Half Men Theme
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more