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Two and a Half Men

Two and a Half Men
  • 평점: 7.10
  • 발행 연도: 2003
  • 장르: Comedy
  • 국가: United States
  • 기간: 22 분
  • 복잡성: 10

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  • 1. Pilot
    After 12 years of marriage, his wife Judith, kicks Alan out. He turns to his older brother Charlie for help. Charlie has trouble adjusting his carefree lifestyle with the presence of his 10 year old nephew.
  • 2. Big Flappy Bastards
    Alan punishes Jake for an incident at Judith's house. Charlie is lax in enforcing Alan's restrictions, then some seagulls invade Charlie's house as a result of Jake's actions, Charlie has to learn how to discipline his nephew.
  • 3. Go East on Sunset Until You Reach the Gates of Hell
    Charlie and Alan go out drinking. Alan tries to reconcile with his wife, after that fails. They decide to confront the root of their issues, their mother.
  • 4. If I Can't Write My Chocolate Song, I'm Going to Take a Nap
    As Charlie tries to write a new jingle, Berta quits. Alan tries to convince her to come back. Leaving Charlie to get Jake ready for a dinner. And Rose tries to get Charlie's help to prepare for a date.
  • 5. The Last Thing You Want Is to Wind Up with a Hump
    Jake's soccer games lead to Alan and Charlie having encounters with teammates' sexy mothers.
  • 6. Did You Check with the Captain of the Flying Monkeys?
    Charlie and Evelyn date members of the same family.
  • 7. If They Do Go Either Way, They're Usually Fake
    Jake sees a butterfly tattoo on the firm bottom of a surfer-chick friend of Charlie's, which is the start a string of harmless events that become larger and more disastrous with each action. This is not unlike the famous chaos theory's Butterfly Effect, asking if the flap of a butterfly's wing in Brazil, could set off a tornado in Texas.
  • 8. Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers Without a Snoot-ful
    After being tricked into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's classroom musical, Charlie is flattered to find out that the kids know all the words to his jingles. Alan is blind-sided with divorce papers from Judith, causing strife which results in Charlie, who refuses to deal with the pre-pubers without a snootful, having to produce the play on his own. Jake is crushed when he realizes that a reconciliation between his parents may never happen.
  • 9. Phase One, Complete
    Charlie wants to dump a female friend to whom Jake has grown attached. Alan and Rose bond over a game of Scrabble.
  • 10. Merry Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving winds up being the least thankful day of the year for Charlie, who has to bribe various members of his household to even come to a traditional turkey dinner. Not only are the usual feuds in evidence (leading to a turkey-carving right out of “Psycho”) but Judith's parents are actually sympathetic to Alan and hostile to their own daughter for her “fling” with lesbianism.
  • 11. Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor
    Seeing Judith's new look and boyfriend prompts Alan to realize that if he wants to get back into the dating scene, he will need to change his look also.
  • 12. Camel Filters and Pheromones
    Berta brings her 16 year old granddaughter to work. She poses issues for the men.
  • 13. Sarah Like Puny Alan
    Charlie tries to nurse Alan back from the flu because he needs him for a double date with sisters.
  • 14. I Can't Afford Hyenas
    Charlie's accountant Stan tries to make Charlie understand his desperate financial situation.
  • 15. Round One to the Hot Crazy Chick
    Charlie falls for a seemingly crazy woman named Frankie–against Alan's advice.
  • 16. That Was Saliva, Alan
    Now Frankie has tricked the Harpers into taking her and her daughter Joanie in, she explains that Bob's parents want her declared mentally incompetent in order to get custody. Charlie wants to dump her, but Alan insists on taking them both in. Jake doesn't enjoy the 8 year old's ‘romantic’ attention. Charlie hates the consolation kisses and compliments, and is stunned when Frankie prefers intimacy with Alan. Charlie rightly warns him he's just falling for his ‘damsel in distress’, but warns her not to hurt his kid brother.
  • 17. Ate the Hamburgers, Wearing the Hats
    Charlie is offended when Alan chooses his married, responsible cousins as Jake's guardians.
  • 18. An Old Flame with a New Wick
    Charlie's old flame, Jill, comes for a visit, she had an operation and is now called “Bill.” Then Evelyn starts dating Bill.
  • 19. I Remember the Coatroom, I Just Don't Remember You
    Judith's sister Liz comes for a visit.
  • 20. Hey, I Can Pee Outside in the Dark
    Jake plays electric guitar all day long and doesn't want to do anything else. Alan and Charlie can't figure out why. Jake refuses to discuss anything with anyone, including his grandmother and even a psychologist.
  • 21. No Sniffing, No Wowing
    Charlie tries to seduce Alan's divorce lawyer, Laura, and her assistant. He sleeps with Laura and they decide not to tell Alan anything since it's unethical, considering that Charlie is a participant in the case.
  • 22. My Doctor Has a Cow Puppet
    Charlie notices that Alan sleepwalks and tries to find out what's causing it and how to deal with it. He asks for help their mother, Evelyn, and Jake's psychologist, Dr. Linda Freeman.
  • 23. Just Like Buffalo
    Jake repeats something Charlie says to Judith. Then Judith refuses to let Alan take Jake for the weekend. Alan tries to talk to Judith, but encounters resistance from Judith and her friends. It's up to Charlie to set things right.
  • 24. Can You Feel My Finger
    Charlie is sure he isn't ready for fatherhood after a year of trying to raise Jake, so he opts to have a vasectomy. But when the doctor performing the procedure keeps getting calls from his wife – who's about to give birth – Charlie starts to think about what fatherhood might entail and likes the idea, provided he still has his vital organs intact (in more ways than one).
  • 1. Back Off Mary Poppins
    Charlie is having some friends coming over to his house to have a gathering but Alan is not invited. Things got worse when Alan is also not invited to Judith's party even though her guests are Alan's friends.
  • 2. Enjoy Those Garlic Balls
    Alan is hurt after finding out Judith is seeing Jake's pediatrician. Meanwhile, Evelyn tries to find out why Charlie hates her.
  • 3. A Bag Full of Jawea
    After Jake flips off his teacher, Alan and Judith move to punish him. Charlie, meanwhile, has other plans for Jake's teacher. Chaos ensues when Jake discovers the relationship and the increasingly overbearing Miss Pasternak tells Charlie she believes God brought them together.
  • 4. Go Get Mommy's Bra
    After Charlie reluctantly lends Evelyn his new car, he later discovers her bra in the back seat. Meanwhile, Alan is forced to compensate after Jake gets attached to Judith's rich and talented boyfriend.
  • 5. Bad News from the Clinic
    Charlie is dating a self-assured woman who plays hard to get, easily dismisses him, and he finds it disarming. Rose gets Charlie to see that his new lady-friend, Sherry, is in his head because she is just like him; a self-centered, manipulative, narcissist. Charlie debates breaking it off. Alan and Jake fiercely battle wills over Jake doing his homework.
  • 6. The Price of Healthy Gums Is Eternal Vigilance
    After confessing responsibility for a childhood shoplifting incident blamed on Alan, Charlie seeks the forgiveness of his now infuriated brother.
  • 7. A Kosher Slaughterhouse Out in Fontana
    Evelyn announces she is receiving an honor from the real estate industry and that Charlie and Alan will host a party in her honor. Mayhem ensues when Berta and her sister agree to cater the event, but sibling rivalry takes center stage.
  • 8. Frankenstein and the Horny Villagers
    Alan gets carried away with a woman he met at the supermarket, and it's up to Charlie to talk some sense into him while shielding Jake and Judith from what's going on.
  • 9. Yes, Monsignor
    Charlie runs into a newly-divorced ex, now single mom, who's willing to give him another shot. Back home, Jake tries to diagnose his learning problems.
  • 10. The Salmon Under My Sweater
    Charlie struggles to write a jingle for a new cartoon. Meanwhile, Alan spends time with Rose, and Jake procrastinates doing a book report.
  • 11. Last Chance to See Those Tattoos
    Charlie sets out to find who started a derogatory web site about him. Meanwhile, Alan overhears something he shouldn't on Jake's webcam.
  • 12. A Lung Full of Alan
    An old classmate is in town while Charlie and Alan spar over whom she likes more.
  • 13. Zejdz z Zmoich Wlosów
    Tensions rise after an earthquake displaces Judith to Charlie's house.
  • 14. Those Big Pink Things with Coconut
    Evelyn's condescending attitude towards Jake's good grades sets Charlie and Alan out for revenge.
  • 15. Smell the Umbrella Stand
    Charlie and Alan's weekend trip to Las Vegas has a little trouble getting off the ground.
  • 16. Can You Eat Human Flesh with Wooden Teeth?
    It's the week of hell as Judith's out of town, Alan's got Jake, and nothing seems to be going right.
  • 17. Woo-Hoo, a Hernia-Exam!
    Berta teaches Jake something about cleanliness while Charlie's in pain after a sexual encounter went horribly wrong.
  • 18. It Was Mame, Mom
    Charlie cons Alan into being his date at his gay friend's dinner party. But how long can they keep up the act?
  • 19. A Low, Guttural Tongue-Flapping Noise
    A freak food-flinging accident leaves Alan with impaired vision, which doesn't bode well especially when he draws a liking to one of Charlie's exs.
  • 20. I Always Wanted a Shaved Monkey
    Rose intervenes after Alan and Charlie come to blows over some of their unresolved issues.
  • 21. A Sympathetic Crotch to Cry On
    After one of her ex-husbands dies, Evelyn summons Alan, Charlie, and Jake to the funeral, where Charlie takes a keen interest in the widow.
  • 22. That Old Hose Bag Is My Mother
    Alan borrows money from Evelyn to buy a Porsche. However, life doesn't become as glamorous as he expects.
  • 23. Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab, Squab
    After finding out that Jake has spent the night at his other grandparents's house, Evelyn insists that Jake spend a night at her place. After convincing Jake to stay at her place, Alan and Charlie worry about how Jake will be affected by his overnight visit.
  • 24. Does This Smell Funny to You
    Jake recounts his weekend in which Charlie's latest fling is with a woman who turns out to be married to a now very angry old man.
  • 1. 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.
  • 2. Principal Gallagher's Lesbian Lover
    Alan has to lobby the principal to keep Jake from getting expelled, while Charlie is left to manage the chiropractic office for the day.
  • 3. Carpet Burns and a Bite Mark
    After it's revealed Alan and Judith have been trying to reconcile, Charlie, Evelyn, and Rose vie for the role of spoiler.
  • 4. Your Dismissive Attitude Toward Boobs
    Alan looks for a new place after he invites Berta to stay at Charlie's house, bringing the brothers to blows.
  • 5. We Called It Mr. Pinky
    Charlie's inability to reciprocate his girlfriend's love forces him to examine his relationships with women.
  • 6. Hi, Mr. Horned One
    Charlie's Satan-worshiping girlfriend has a knack for the supernatural, and seems to be the cause of some strange happenings around the Harper house.
  • 7. Sleep Tight, Puddin' Pop
    Charlie gets drunk and sleeps with Rose on her birthday. Rose says she knows it's no big deal. But her father quickly shows up at Charlie's house, under the impression that they've been dating for two years.
  • 8. That Voodoo That I Do Do
    Charlie bribes Jake into taking ballet lessons so he can vie for the affections of the teacher. Things go awry, however, when Charlie and Jake find themselves competing for those affections.
  • 9. Madame and Her Special Friend
    Charlie's elderly neighbor has an uncomfortable business proposition for Alan.
  • 10. Something Salted and Twisted
    After Alan goes on a dinner with Jake, Charlie and Evelyn, he becomes fed up with seeking approval from women and decides to quit doing so with a little help from Charlie.
  • 11. Santa's Village of the Damned
    Alan's girlfriend Sandy is Malibu's answer to Martha Stewart, causing Alan and Charlie to pack on the pounds. Their desire for her fabulous culinary output is ultimately overwhelmed by her craziness.
  • 12. That Special Tug
    After a disastrous evening out with his brother, Charlie decides it is time to see a shrink.
  • 13. Humiliation Is a Visual Medium
    Charlie has to decide whether he can really commit to a serious relationship with Mia, especially when sex is currently off the agenda. Unsurprisingly, his suggestion that he sleep with other women in the meantime falls on somewhat stony ground.
  • 14. Love Isn't Blind, It's Retarded
    As Charlie tries to receive his version of benefits from the relationship he has with Mia, Alan starts dating Charlie's most recent ex-girlfriend.
  • 15. My Tongue Is Meat
    Forced to hide in his garage to enjoy a brace of beers and half a Cuban cigar, Charlie's attempts to keep his unhealthy lifestyle habits secret from Mia fall apart when she smells bacon on his breath, resulting in their first major argument since taking their relationship to a physical plane.
  • 16. Ergo, the Booty Call
    Jake's twelfth birthday approaches. Alan is busy with young, hot Kandi.
  • 17. The Unfortunate Little Schnauzer
    Charlie is nominated for an award, but he knows his rival Archie will win, as usual, so he doesn't want to attend it. Rose asks Charlie to help her with her boyfriend Gordon.
  • 18. The Spit-Covered Cobbler
    Alan is having financial problems: Kandi is too “expensive” for him.
  • 19. Golly Moses, She's a Muffin
    Charlie learns that Kandi has been living with them for three weeks. It turns out he hasn't even noticed some furniture changes. Alan wants to try her as secretary, but Charlie doesn't think she's smart enough for that.
  • 20. Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Burro
    Alan is made to admit to Charlie, who keeps hitting it in, he has hit rock-bottom now his brainless girlfriend Kandi has moved in with his ex. It's all so confusing that Jake would prefer dad's ladies to be lesbians, then tells him Kandi's ma Mandi has joined Charlie's endless list of sexual conquests. Alan can't talk to Kandi, she just repeats Judith's phrases, clearly without understanding the words, but he sees her dad, Mandi's ex Andy, arrive on blind date with his own ex Judith. Frolicking finale at Judith's, in rooms, bed and hot-tub…
  • 21. And the Plot Moistens
    Alan turns to Jake's teacher for stimulating conversation, since Kandi obviously can't provide any. But the teacher starts to get the wrong idea about Alan's intentions.
  • 22. Just Once with Aunt Sophie
    Jake has his first boys-girls party, dating a smart girl, Wendy Cho. Alan was looking forward to coaching his son, but even Jake, who spends his schooldays watching the clock tick, isn't dumb enough to consider dating advice from the worst womanizer in L.A., while Charlie proves he can coach a virtually hopeless case -Alan and Judith's genes without the IQ- trough appearance, dance and anything else. In fact Alan envies Jake so much, he still hopes for …
  • 23. Arguments for the Quickie
    Mia comes back and asks Charlie to donate his sperm. He agrees to, but for some unknown reason he can't deliver.
  • 24. That Pistol-Packin' Hermaphrodite
    Charlie and Mia discover that setting up a wedding with their two crazy families is a disaster, so they decide to get married in Las Vegas.
  • 1. Working for Caligula
    Kandi dumps Alan, which forces him and Jake to move back in with Charlie, who was just getting used to getting his bachelor pad back.
  • 2. Who's Vod Kanockers
    Charlie starts to lose control now that Mia's gone and Alan and Jake are back, and his frustration culminates in a violent confrontation with his new neighbor, Steven Tyler.
  • 3. The Sea Is a Harsh Mistress
    In the middle of a near-death experience, Charlie thinks he hears his father's voice tell him to take care of his mother, who is just about to have a “minor procedure” performed on her.
  • 4. A Pot Smoking Monkey
    Alan wants custody of the dog Chester he shared in his late marriage with Kandi. Meanwhile, Charlie helps Jake with his girlfriend.
  • 5. A Live Woman of Proven Fertility
    When Judith announces she is going to remarry, Charlie and Alan must convince her fiancé to proceed with the nuptials after he displays signs of cold feet, so that Alan can discontinue alimony payments to Judith.
  • 6. Apologies for the Frivolity
    Charlie is the last one to realize that he is dating a younger version of his mother.
  • 7. Repeated Blows to His Unformed Head
    Charlie reluctantly agrees to help Berta as she confronts the man who impregnated her youngest daughter and Alan tells Charlie about a secret fetish.
  • 8. Release the Dogs
    After a bout with insomnia, Alan is escorted home from a midnight run on the beach by the local sheriff's department. Jake fights back when Charlie goes back on his word about not dating his friend's mother.
  • 9. Corey's Been Dead for an Hour
    Charlie finally gets fed up with Alan always weaseling his way out of picking up a bill, and it only gets worse when he discovers Alan's secret stash of money.
  • 10. Kissing Abraham Lincoln
    Charlie's new live-in girlfriend is skating on thin ice with Berta because she threatens Berta's “alpha dog” status, and Kandi lets Alan have sex with her again so that he won't sell the condo.
  • 11. Walnuts and Demerol
    Charlie's quest to get laid on Christmas Eve threatens to fall apart when everybody shows up at his house and refuses to leave.
  • 12. Castrating Sheep in Montana
    Alan is seeing Berta's daughter behind everyone's back. But when Berta finds out, Alan is shocked and a little disturbed by her positive response.
  • 13. Don't Worry, Speed Racer
    Repressed memories come back to the surface for Charlie after Jake talks about hearing his mom having sex.
  • 14. That's Summer Sausage, Not Salami
    Charlie tries to set up Alan with the sexy and rich new next-door neighbor who is looking to settle down. But when Charlie discovers her secret history as a drunken slut, he decides to go after her himself.
  • 15. My Damn Stalker
    Alan takes a stab at online dating, and Rose tells Charlie that she's moving away.
  • 16. Young People Have Phlegm Too
    Charlie tries to convince himself and Alan that he's not too old to be part of the wild, young party crowd.
  • 17. I Merely Slept with a Commie
    After Charlie and Alan tell their mom that nobody loves her enough to attend her funeral, she replaces them with a new family, which makes both of them very jealous.
  • 18. It Never Rains in Hooterville
    Alan feels the pangs of fatherhood disappearing as Jake grows, and contemplates his future with Kandi, who is contemplating on a new career move.
  • 19. Smooth as a Ken Doll
    Alan thinks he's making his last alimony payment to Judith, but Judith's future sister-in-law could be putting the wedding in jeopardy. And things only get worse when she hooks up with Charlie.
  • 20. Aunt Myra Doesn't Pee a Lot
    Alan sees nothing but troubles in his future as Charlie's relationship with Judith's future sister-in-law blossoms.
  • 21. Tucked, Taped and Gorgeous
    Everyone suspects that Alan may be coming out of the closet when he becomes good friends with a gay man. But Charlie is actually the one who is suddenly feeling insecure about his sexuality.
  • 22. Mr. McGlue's Feedbag
    When Alan has to go renew his driver's license, he convinces Charlie to help Jake with book report. But when Charlie takes Jake to the track, instead, Jake's horse comes in.
  • 23. Anteaters. They're Just Crazy-lookin
    Charlie hires a handyman to fix his deck, then begins to feel threatened when all the women in his life flock to the new guy.
  • 24. Prostitutes and Gelato
    In an effort to bond with Alan and Charlie, Evelyn's new boyfriend invites them on a trip to Vegas with all the frills.
  • 1. Large Birds, Spiders and Mom
    Jake is ready to begin junior high school, until Alan scares him by telling him about all of the horrors that he experienced. Meanwhile, Charlie has a rash in a most inopportune area.
  • 2. Media Room Slash Dungeon
    Charlie and his mom temporarily become friends until Charlie takes an interest in one of her married clients, and Alan goes to bed with a woman who has self-esteem issues.
  • 3. Dum Diddy Dum Diddy Doo
    Charlie humors Alan by going on a date with a woman his own age instead of a young bimbo. But when the woman rejects him after the first date, he becomes obsessed with seeing her again.
  • 4. City of Great Racks
    Charlie is getting serious with Linda. But lately he seems to be seeing his ex-stalker, Rose. Has she returned from England, or is it his imagination?
  • 5. Putting Swim Fins on a Cat
    Charlie hasn't had a paying gig for months, so Alan becomes part of a drug study to make extra money. Meanwhile, Charlie tries to bond with Linda's four-year-old son.
  • 6. Help Daddy Find His Toenail
    A medication mix-up causes Charlie to humiliate Linda at an important dinner, and Jake disobeys his dad's orders and sneaks out to attend a rock concert.
  • 7. The Leather Gear Is in the Guest Room
    After Alan gets in a fight with Charlie over a decorative bowl, Alan and Jake move in with Alan's mom.
  • 8. Is There a Mrs. Waffles?
    Charlie discovers that being a children's singer means making lots of money and picking up single moms. But he also discovers that he's going to have to overcome his fear of performing in front of large audiences.
  • 9. Shoes, Hats, Pickle Jar Lids
    Charlie ignores his future step-father's advice and gets involved with his daughter, and he learns the hard way that he should have heeded the warning.
  • 10. Kinda Like Necrophilia
    Alan finds out that Charlie stole his girlfriend in high school, so he sets out to even the score.
  • 11. Meander to Your Dander
    Alan's latest relationship has grown stale, so he turns to Charlie for advice about how to break up with her.
  • 12. A Little Clammy and None Too Fresh
    Charlie is suffering from a bad cold, and Rose suddenly and mysteriously resurfaces to “take care of him.” So why isn't Charlie getting any better?
  • 13. The Soil is Moist
    Alan sleeps with a woman he and Judith were friends with when they were married, who then tells him that Judith says her new husband is a better lover than him.
  • 14. Winky-Dink Time
    Charlie sets up Alan with a prostitute, and accompanies Jake on a double date.
  • 15. Rough Night in Hump Junction
    Charlie is acting even more promiscuous than normal, which is getting him in trouble with a lot of husbands and boyfriends. With the help of his psychiatrist, he discovers it's related to his ex-fiancée's upcoming wedding.
  • 16. Look at Me, Mommy, I'm Pretty
    Alan helps to plan his mother's wedding, and Charlie makes some moves on the woman who will soon be his stepsister.
  • 17. Fish in a Drawer
    Parody of “CSI” in which a body is found in Charlie's bed, and detectives try to figure out who is the killer.
  • 18. If My Hole Could Talk
    Charlie dates a self-help author who is much older than him, has a 32-year-old son, and treats him more like his son than his boyfriend. Jake tries to write a book report over the weekend, but keeps losing the book before he can read it.
  • 19. Waiting for the Right Snapper
    Alan has a crush on Charlie's new older girlfriend, and Charlie discovers that he dated his girlfriend's son's fiancée. Meanwhile, Alan tries to get Jake to study for his algebra exam.
  • 1. Taterhead Is Our Love Child
    Charlie runs into an ex with a child who looks and acts a lot like him. He begins to suspect that he is the child's father.
  • 2. Pie Hole, Herb
    Charlie kicks Alan out the house again after Alan demands that Charlie pay him back the $38 he owes him. Alan and Jake are now forced to turn to Judith and Herb for a temporary home.
  • 3. Damn You, Eggs Benedict
    Alan tries to date two women at once and Charlie tries to learn how to cook. Jake tells Alan that he's studying with a friend, but he gets drunk instead.
  • 4. The Flavin' and the Mavin'
    Alan is angry when Charlie hooks up with his secretary because he knows that the situation will end badly for him after their inevitable breakup.
  • 5. A Jock Strap in Hell
    Charlie gets more than he bargained for when he tries to make amends to one of Jake's old teachers that he dated, who went off the deep end and became a stripper after he broke up with her.
  • 6. It's Always Nazi Week
    Alan is overjoyed when he learns that Judith and Herb's marriage is on the rocks, but he gets more than he bargained for when he tries to fake-comfort her. Meanwhile, Herb tries picking up women with Charlie's help.
  • 7. Best H.O. Money Can Buy
    Alan and Judith start seeing each other again after Judith's breakup with Herb, Herb continues to turn to Charlie for help picking up women, and Charlie messes with Jake by threatening to get him sent to military school.
  • 8. Pinocchio's Mouth
    Charlie's month-long relationship threatens to go down the tubes when she asks him to spend the night at her house instead, and Alan grounds Jake for mooning some girls on a school bus.
  • 9. The Mooch at the Boo
    Alan realizes what a babe magnet Charlie's car can be, while Charlie is left with the neighbor when his daughter disappears with Jake.
  • 10. He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited
    When Evelyn offers to pay for Jake's college education and a car, Charlie suspects that she has an angle to play.
  • 11. The Devil's Lube
    Charlie contemplates making some changes in his life after an old buddy and partner in crime drops dead on the balcony of his beach house.
  • 12. Thank God for Scoliosis
    Alan considers hooking up with his receptionist–until he meets her mother, and Charlie and Jake fight for the affection of a beautiful woman
  • 13. I Think You Offended Don
    Judith is pregnant, Alan believes he is the father, and Judith tries to keep him away from Herb. Meanwhile, Charlie tries to figure out why Jake is so irritable.
  • 14. David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie
    After his family acts mean-spirited during Alan's “surprise” birthday party, Alan decides he's had enough and moves in with his girlfriend and mom.
  • 15. I'd Like to Start with the Cat
    Charlie's big mouth and lack of attention to details gets him in couples counseling with his girlfriend.
  • 16. She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime
    Charlie needs Alan and Jake's help getting rid of the drunk, half-naked bimbo passed out in his bed when his girlfriend tells him she's coming home early from a funeral.
  • 17. The 'Ocu' or the 'Pado'?
    Charlie is so desperate to get Chelsea to return his accidental “I love you” and not lose control in the relationship that he is willing to propose to her just to make her say it.
  • 18. My Son's Enormous Head
    Charlie has trouble trying to take care of Chelsea when she gets sick.
  • 19. The Two Finger Rule
    Charlie, Alan and Herb commiserate with each other when their stupid decisions put them on the outs with their significant others.
  • 20. Hello, I am Alan Cousteau
    Charlie is disturbed when his mother meets Chelsea and starts spending time with her, but he has a plan for revenge.
  • 21. Above Exalted Cyclops
    Chelsea sets up Alan with her new “friend” Rose–the same Rose who stalked Charlie for years. But to Charlie's surprise, the two of them hit it off.
  • 22. Sir Lancelot's Litter Box
    Charlie winds up in more hot water with Chelsea because he doesn't want her moving in with her.
  • 23. Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth
    Charlie is angry when Alan and Chelsea become good friends, until he figures out how to use the situation to his advantage.
  • 24. Baseball Was Better with Steroids
    Chelsea is jealous when Charlie's ex fiancé, Mia, calls him–perhaps rightfully so. Meanwhile, Judith goes into labor, Herb is incapacitated, and Alan runs into his ex-girlfriend and receptionist at the hospital.
  • 1. 818-jklpuzo
    Chelsea encourages Charlie to help his ex-fiancé Mia launch her music career, but does he still have feelings for her? And what if she's a terrible singer? Meanwhile, Alan wants Charlie to let Melissa move in with him.
  • 2. Whipped Unto the Third Generation
    When Charlie's fiancée, Chelsea, convinces him to let Melissa, Alan's girlfriend, move in, the girls take over the house.
  • 3. Mmm, Fish. Yum.
    Alan is forced to take care of Judith's baby when Judith's mom falls off the wagon, and Jake tries to blackmail Charlie when he runs over Chelsea's cat.
  • 4. Laxative Tester, Horse Inseminator
    Alan takes a job with his mom so that he can move out and have alone time with Melissa, and Chelsea is upset about the way that Jake is treating her.
  • 5. For the Sake of the Child
    Jake refuses to stay with Charlie and Alan after they embarrass him in public, so Alan tries to convince Charlie to work together to settle their differences and stop fighting with each other.
  • 6. Give Me Your Thumb
    Alan suggests that Chelsea get breast reduction surgery and Charlie kicks him out.
  • 7. Untainted by Filth
    After Charlie and Chelsea set their wedding date, Charlie and Alan go out and get drunk and wake up in bed together with a strange woman.
  • 8. Gorp. Fnark. Schmegle.
    Charlie invites Chelsea's sexy friend to stay at his place while she gets over a breakup, secretly hoping that he will get a chance to have kinky three-way sex.
  • 9. Captain Terry's Spray-On Hair
    Charlie is crushed when he discovers he hasn't been satisfying Chelsea and Alan attempts to cure his thinning hair on the cheap.
  • 10. That's Why They Call It 'Ball Room'
    Charlie discovers that Chelsea hasn't been completely honest about her finances.
  • 11. Warning, It's Dirty
    Against Alan's wishes, Charlie encourages Jake to hook up with a pretty girl he met on the beach since Jake's girlfriend is out of town for Christmas.
  • 12. Fart Jokes, Pie and Celeste
    Jake writes love songs to woo his ex-girlfriend, and Herb and Alan hide their secret friendship from Judith's watchful eye.
  • 13. Yay, No Polyps
    Charlie endures a colonoscopy to get out of a trip to see Chelsea's bigoted parents, only to return home and find them in his living room.
  • 14. Crude and Uncalled For
    Alan ends up in jail after a bar fight, and Charlie worries that Chelsea might be interested in the lawyer who takes the case.
  • 15. Aye, Aye, Captain Douche
    When Charlie's jealousy threatens his relationship with Chelsea, he turns to Alan for help in becoming a better person. But will he be able to pull it off?
  • 16. Tinkle Like a Princess
    Charlie reacts to his breakup with Chelsea by taking the first tramp that he sees and marrying her in Las Vegas.
  • 17. I Found Your Moustache
    Charlie and Chelsea get back together for one night, which leaves Charlie mistakenly believing that they are back for good.
  • 18. Ixnay on the Oggie Day
    Charlie hooks up with Chelsea's best friends, which could cause problems when Chelsea wants to get back together. Meanwhile, Alan is paid handsomely by a chiropractic patient who wants a different kind of adjustment.
  • 19. Keith Moon Is Vomiting in his Grave
    Alan dates the mom of one of Jake's friends instead of telling her that her son and Jake went out drinking, but Charlie surprisingly does not approve of his actions.
  • 20. I Called Him Magoo
    Alan's plan for a romantic overnight getaway with his girlfriend hits an unexpected snag, while Charlie has an unusual request for his overnight companion.
  • 21. Gumby with a Pokey
    While Alan and Jake go to Sacramento to pick up a grandfather clock, Charlie gets a prescription for medical marijuana to help him sleep and forget about Chelsea.
  • 22. This Is Not Gonna End Well
    Jake becomes Charlie's driver after Charlie has his license suspended, and to Charlie's chagrin, Alan makes plans to attend Chelsea's birthday party.
  • 1. Three Girls and a Guy Named Bud
    Alan unsuccessfully tries to keep Jake from finding out that he's sleeping with his friend Eldridge's mom, while Charlie contemplates giving up drinking after an unusually wild night he can't remember.
  • 2. A Bottle of Wine and a Jackhammer
    When Lindsey asks Alan to move in with her, Charlie will do anything to get Alan to say “yes.”
  • 3. A Pudding-Filled Cactus
    Charlie is not amused to see that Alan, who finally moved in with Lyndsey Makelroy, returns to his beach-house for ‘goodbye sex’ with Melissa, who still thinks he lives there. Although Lyndsey offers Alan all he ever wanted, he still can't resist meeting Melissa in the ‘love nest’, whatever Charlie tries. When Melissa turns up unexpectedly, disaster strikes for all, even in Charlie's for once utterly innocent crotch.
  • 4. Hookers, Hookers, Hookers
    Lyndsey and Eldridge move into Charlie's house after Alan burns down their home.
  • 5. The Immortal Mr. Billy Joel
    Alan Goes out on the town pretending to be Charlie, while Charlie sneaks off for some cosmetic surgery.
  • 6. Twanging Your Magic Clanger
    Charlie has second thoughts about the woman he's dating when he discovers she's 47, but his attitude suddenly changes when he discovers she has a sexy, bisexual, 20-year-old daughter.
  • 7. The Crazy Bitch Gazette
    Charlie's past comes back to bite him when his girlfriend decides that his stalker, Rose, is just too much to handle.
  • 8. Springtime on a Stick
    Jake gets Alan to invite Evelyn to Charlie's house for her birthday dinner to get revenge for Charlie ruining his chances with a classmate, and Alan and Charlie get Charlie's pharmacist to come along as Evelyn's date.
  • 9. A Good Time in Central Africa
    Charlie gets a replacement housekeeper who is perfect while Berta is out for the weekend, and Lyndsey's ex-husband begins scaring Alan when Alan and Lyndsey begin dating again.
  • 10. Ow, Ow, Don't Stop
    Charlie goes on a spending spree for his old fling, Courtney, who shows up after three years in prison for conning him out of money.
  • 11. Dead from the Waist Down
    Alan is ashamed that he can't afford to buy Lyndsey a birthday present, so he gets creative.
  • 12. Chocolate Diddlers or My Puppy's Dead
    When Charlie and Courtney break up, Charlie falls into a depression and goes to see his psychiatrist.
  • 13. Skunk, Dog Crap and Ketchup
    When Charlie and Lyndsey start becoming friendly, Alan's paranoia gets the best of him.
  • 14. Lookin' for Japanese Subs
    Charlie continues to obsess over Rose–whom he thinks is married–after running into her at the store, and Jake and Eldrige begin recording their own “Jackass” rip-off.
  • 15. Three Hookers and a Philly Cheesesteak
    Alan's efforts to ask family for money to help promote his struggling chiropractic business turns into a Ponzi scheme, and Charlie continues to see Rose, still completely unaware that her “husband” is actually a mannequin.
  • 16. That Darn Priest
    Rose becomes wise to Alan's Ponzi scheme and threatens to tell his family–until Alan discovers the truth about Rose's “husband.”
  • 1. Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt
    After the death of Charlie Harper, Alan faces the reality of moving out of his brother's beach house - until he meets a depressed Internet billionaire whose wife just left him.
  • 2. People Who Love Peepholes
    Walden buys Charlie's house and hires Berta as his live-in housekeeper, forcing Alan to move back in with his mom. However, Alan sees an opportunity to come back when Walden asks for advice about getting his wife back.
  • 3. Big Girls Don't Throw Food
    While preparing for a romantic dinner with his wife, Walden accidentally talks Jake into dropping out of school.
  • 4. Nine Magic Fingers
    Alan begins working on getting Lyndsey back, but his days at Walden's place may be numbered after Walden hooks up with Charlie's gold-digger ex girlfriend, Courtney.
  • 5. A Giant Cat Holding a Churro
    Lyndsey dumps Alan after he agrees to be completely honest about his past, and a stoned Walden tries to cheer him up by throwing him a party.
  • 6. The Squat and the Hover
    Alan convinces Walden to see Charlie's old shrink after he gets his divorce papers from Bridget, but his spirits are soon lifted after he meets a lesbian who looks like her.
  • 7. Those Fancy Japanese Toilets
    Walden hires Evelyn as his interior decorator, but Alan is convinced that she just wants to take advantage of him sexually. Meanwhile, Alan inherits Charlie's journal, and Jake has a crush on his tutor, but she has a crush on Walden.
  • 8. Thank You for the Intercourse
    Still emotional after Charlie's death and jealous over Walden's ability to pick up hot single women, Alan takes a break from reality and channels his inner Charlie.
  • 9. Frodo's Headshots
    Upon his return from the “stress clinic,” Alan finds out that Jake got his girlfriend pregnant, Walden and Lyndsey are sleeping together, and he has to move out immediately.
  • 10. A Fishbowl Full of Glass Eyes
    After Jake talks Walden into asking out a woman he meets at a supermarket, Alan considers hocking Walden's incredibly expensive wedding ring to get out of debt.
  • 11. What a Lovely Landing Strip
    Just as Walden appears ready to pursue a new relationship with Zoe, Bridget returns and says that she wants him back.
  • 12. One False Move, Zimbabwe!
    Walden's mother arrives for Christmas and Alan is smitten with her, even as she reveals a secret about a “pet” from Walden's past that sends him into a downward spiral.
  • 13. Slowly and in a Circular Fashion
    When Bridget and Walden's mother try to take control of Walden's company, Walden puts Alan on the board. But can he be trusted once Walden's mother gets to him?
  • 14. A Possum on Chemo
    While Zoe pressures Walden into shaving and cutting his hair, Alan discovers that Lyndsey is dating a younger man.
  • 15. The Duchess of Dull-in-Sack
    Walden looks for ways to spice up his lackluster love life with Zoe, including a batch of Berta's “special” brownies.
  • 16. Sips, Sonnets and Sodomy
    Alan and Walden are stuck at home with their feuding girlfriends on Valentine's Day because of a torrential storm.
  • 17. Not in My Mouth!
    When Zoe doesn't return his “I love you,” Walden retaliates by immediately picking up on another woman.
  • 18. The War Against Gingivitis
    Walden's estranged ex-business partner comes to him with a billion-dollar business idea, and another secret or two.
  • 19. Palmdale, Ech
    Alan and Lyndsey introduce their mothers to each other, while Walden spends the night hanging out with Jake and Eldrige since Zoe is still out of town.
  • 20. Grandma's Pie
    Zoe is upset when she finds out that Bridget is a business partner in Walden's latest venture, while Alan and Lyndsey have an awkward dinner with their moms, who are now lovers and are planning to move in together.
  • 21. Mr. Hose Says 'Yes'
    Walden's commitment is tested when Zoey and her daughter come to live with him. Meanwhile, Alan gets more than he bargained for when he moves in with Lyndsey.
  • 22. Why We Gave Up Women
    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.
  • 23. The Straw in My Donut Hole
    Alan decides to take advantage of the guilt felt by his family and Walden after his heart attack, but Zoe knows that he's just milking it and sets out to prove it.
  • 24. Oh Look! Al-Qaeda!
    Jake and Eldridge make an important decision about their future after they graduate from high school and get fired from their jobs at Walden's new company.
  • 1. Nangnangnangnang
    Walden is forced to deal with two freeloading Harpers when Charlie's daughter that nobody knew he had arrives at the beach house.
  • 2. I Think I Banged Lucille Ball
    Charlie's daughter Jenny moves in with Evelyn and her 91 1/2 year old boyfriend, and Lyndsey cheats on her new boyfriend with Alan.
  • 3. This Unblessed Biscuit
    Berta is injured on the job, and after getting in an argument with Walden over retirement, she decides to quit.
  • 4. Clank, Clank, Drunken Skank
    Walden makes a big mistake while partying with Jenny and her friends, and Alan has to make a big sacrifice to keep up appearances with Lyndsey.
  • 5. Alan Harper, Pleasing Women Since 2003
    Alan's jealousy over being the “other man” causes him to spy on Lyndsey's boyfriend, and Walden tries to get Jenny started with acting lessons.
  • 6. Justice in Star-Spangled Hot Pants
    Alan begs Walden to set him up with an old family friend, “Wonder Woman” TV star Lynda Carter.
  • 7. Some Kind of Lesbian Zombie
    Alan and Walden hook up with a pair of theme park princesses until Lyndsey's jealousy of Alan's new flame ruins everything.
  • 8. Mr. Walden, He Die. I Clean Room.
    Alan and Lyndsey’s illicit affair puts Walden in danger, forcing him to accept Rose’s help.
  • 9. Numero Uno Accidente Lawyer
    Walden ends up on a date with a clumsy woman, which extends his time with her. Alan finds himself involved with a woman who shares too much information with him.
  • 10. On Vodka, on Soda, on Blender, on Mixer!
    Walden helps Jenny get a second date with a one-night stand (guest star ALY MICHALKA) and Alan's transgender girlfriend's ex-wife (guest star DIANE FARR) hits on him. Meanwhile, in the spirit of the holidays, Alan receives a Japanese delicacy from Jake for Christmas, and Walden's Malibu house is alive with questionable Christmas carol lyrics. Paula Marshall returns as Alan's transgender girlfriend, Paula.
  • 11. Taze in the Lady Nuts
    Walden joins his beautiful former employee (ODETTE ANABLE) on a brilliant new project. Meanwhile, Alan advises Jenny to open up to her girlfriend (ALY MICHALKA) or risk losing her.
  • 12. Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball.
    Lyndsey's boyfriend sets Alan up on a date; Walden wants to help Nicole with her project so she will have time to date him.
  • 13. Bite Me, Supreme Court
    After multimillionaire Marty Pepper proposes to Evelyn, Walden and Alan throw him a bachelor party with several of his old friends (comedy legends TIM CONWAY, STEVE LAWRENCE and GARRY MARSHALL guest star) who help him celebrate his last days of bachelorhood.
  • 14. Three Fingers of Creme de Menthe
    After Alan learns that Lyndsey broke up with Larry and didn't tell him, he makes a big decision. Meanwhile, Walden sets out to prove that he's a man's man.
  • 15. Cab Fare and a Bottle of Penicillin
    Alan gives Lyndsey the option of choosing between him and Larry. Meanwhile, Jenny fears that she and Brooke are growing apart.
  • 16. How to Get Rid of Alan Harper
    Walden suspects his new girlfriend is cheating on him. Meanwhile, Alan gets even more intertwined in Lyndsey and Larry's relationship when he starts dating Larry's sister, Gretchen (guest star KIMBERLY WILLIAMS-PAISLEY).
  • 17. Welcome Home, Jake
    Lyndsey discovers that Alan is sleeping with Larry's sister, Gretchen. Meanwhile, Walden finds it difficult with telling Barry to find his own place.
  • 18. West Side Story
    Walden's reunion with his ex-girlfriend Kate does not go as planned, and Alan takes Gretchen over to “his apartment.”
  • 19. Daddy's Got a Healthy Flavor Stick
    Just as Walden is considering proposing to Kate, he falls for a random stranger who arrives at his beach house. Meanwhile, Gretchen discovers that Alan's “Jeff Strongman” persona is a lie.
  • 20. Lotta Delis in Little Armenia
    Walden's therapist tells him to have plenty of random casual sex to help get over falling in love too quickly, and Alan's new business venture provides him with the perfect opportunity.
  • 21. Dial 1-900-Mix-A-Lot
    Walden, Jenny & Barry travel to Colorado in Walden's private jet to reconnect with his 1st car. While there they take advantage of Colorado's legalization; Gretchen pushes Alan to reveal his identity to Larry. Alan gets down on 1 knee & proposes to Gretchen.
  • 22. Oh, Wald-e, Good Times Ahead
    When Alan and Gretchen get engaged and Larry calls off the wedding, Lyndsey goes off the deep end. Meanwhile, Walden creates a smart-aleck robot.
  • 1. The Ol' Mexican Spinach
    When Walden has a health scare on Halloween, he tries to re-prioritize his life with the help of Alan.
  • 2. A Chic Bar in Ibiza
    Walden has second thoughts about getting married when Alan has him sign a pre-nup.
  • 3. Glamping in a Yurt
    Alan and Walden must be perceived as a loving couple during a meeting with an adoption social worker; Lyndsey returns from rehab.
  • 4. Thirty-Eight, Sixty-Two, Thirty-Eight
    A birth mother considers having Walden and Alan adopt her baby.
  • 5. Oontz, Oontz, Oontz
    Walden looks after a foster child named Louis,but they don't bond the way he hoped they would.
  • 6. Alan Shot a Little Girl
    Much to Walden's frustration, Louie successfully manipulates Alan, who cannot resist the opportunity to finally get to become the cool parent.
  • 7. Sex with an Animated Ed Asner
    While adapting to the demands of parenthood, Alan suggests finding a playgroup for Louis. This leads to a new circle of friends for the guys who start finding it more challenging to keep up the pretence of being gay.
  • 8. Family, Bublé, Deep-Fried Turkey
    Walden and Alan try their best to make 6 year old Louis believe in Santa, while on the darker side of things, Rose returns to their lives, giving Walden a spy camera installed cuckoo clock as a Christmas present.
  • 9. Bouncy, Bouncy, Bouncy, Lyndsey
    Walden and Laurel set up a playdate for their kids so they can pick up where they left off the last time they got together. Meanwhile, Herb asks Alan if he can ask Lyndsey out.
  • 10. Here I Come, Pants!
    When Ms. McMartin discovers that Walden and Alan are pretending to be gay, she threatens to take Louis away. However, Alan has a plan to help her change her mind.
  • 11. For Whom the Booty Calls
    When Walden joins a support group for adoptive fathers, he discovers that it is a nice getaway from Alan.
  • 12. A Beer-Battered Rip-Off
    When Alan breaks up with their social worker to get back together with Lyndsey, Walden worries it might affect Louis's adoption.
  • 13. Boompa Loved His Hookers
    Walden discovers that Ms. McMartin is crazy and needy after they hook up, but he doesn't want to break up with her and mess up the adoption. Meanwhile, Lyndsey asks Alan to move in with her.
  • 14. Don't Give a Monkey a Gun
    When their divorce becomes official, Walden offers Alan a gift. Alan's impractical choice strains his relationship with Lindsay.
  • 15. Of Course He's Dead
    Details regarding Charlie Harper are revealed.

댓글 2

  • 18.07.2019 16:42
    Muito obrigada por disponibilizar essa série. As legendas estão ótimas.
  • 24.12.2018 05:33
    Excellent comedy!
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