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'Two And A Half Men' Recap – A Straw In My Donut Hole

May 8th, 2012 10:00am EDT
Two And A Half Men
This must be a dream. Alan’s returned from hospital to find a ‘Welcome Home’ greeting from his friends and family at the Beach House. Surely, we’re looking at a Two and A Half Men apocalypse.

In the last episode, Alan reacted to Walden’s decision to have Zoey and Anna stay at the Beach House by having a minor heart attack. Walden felt so guilty that he paid for Alan’s hospital stay, and allowed him to live with him for as long as he needed.

This week, Walden is being very solicitous of Alan, carrying his bags, and worrying about Alan’s health. When they return home from Alan’s second tr...
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'Two And A Half Men' Recap: Kathy Bates Nails It As Charlie's Ghost

May 1st, 2012 10:22am EDT
Two And A Half Men
Previously on Two and a Half Men, Zoey and daughter Ava moved in to the Beach House with Walden, while Alan stayed with Lyndsey. Neither man enjoyed their changed circumstances, and couldn’t wait for things to get back to ‘normal.’

As Walden wondered how to tell Zoey that he just couldn’t live with Ava’s energy level, Zoey told him that he had become Ava’s hero, and that he was all she talked about. So Zoey thinks that perhaps it would be a good idea for the two of them to move in permanently.

Alan knocks at the door. He’s back! With suitcase in hand, he’s ready to move back in, but is s...
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'Two And A Half Men' Recap: How To Handle A Seven Year Old

April 17th, 2012 10:07am EDT
WO AND A HALF MEN
If Walden wants Zoey and her daughter Ava to move in with him, Alan will have to move out. Since its Spring Break, Walden has the perfect opportunity to propose that Alan stay with Lyndsey for a week, just for a trial period. If Zoey moves in, the situation could become permanent, says Walden, throwing Alan into a panic.

Berta’s not thrilled about having a child around the house either, and says she’ll just take the week off. Walden assures her that Zoey will take care of Ava; there will be no extra work for Berta to do. And Walden thinks that he’d better see what it’s like to live with A...
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'Two And A Half Men' Recap – Golden Girls Gone Wild

April 10th, 2012 10:15am EDT
Two and a Half Men - Grandma's Pie
This week, the show picks up two story lines from the recent past – Walden’s on again/off again partnership with Billy Stanhope, and Alan and Lyndsey’s mothers getting together. But the real shocker is that Walden may actually be contemplating a change in the Beach House’s living arrangements; could Alan really, finally, have to grow up and move out? Hang on … in episode 13, back in January, Walden made a deal with Alan - Alan is now half owner of the Beach House, at least on paper. Alan doesn’t have any rights to sell the property, or to borrow against it, but he can tell women it’s his ho...
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'Two And A Half Men' – Lyndsey Professes Love Then Gets Sick

February 21st, 2012 9:55am EST
Two And A Half Men - Not in my mouth
So let’s say you’re a TV writer, and you have completely run out of ideas for your character. Do you scour the Internet for new products, get out of your filthy apartment and see what normal people do, or even quit your job as the abject failure you are? Not if you write for Two and a Half Men, you don’t. You dig down deep in your psyche, and try to find an incident in your miserable past where you were so desperate to have sex with a woman that you would put up with literally anything she did, no matter how vile or disgusting. Like projectile vomiting. In your mouth. Don’t say I didn’t w...
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'Two And A Half Men' And The Very Unhappy Valentine's Day

February 14th, 2012 11:12am EST
Two And A Half Men
As Lyndsey enjoys Alan’s foot massage, Walden and Zoey arrive home from the opera. Flushed with the performance, Zoey raves that Walden even cried, although he didn’t seem to really understand what was on the stage. Lyndsey puts down the opera as ‘fat people singing in a foreign language for two and a half hours.’

Zoey comments that opera is not for everyone; to appreciate it requires a refined taste and a certain amount of education. And they’re off! Lyndsey defends her education, which Zoey easily trumps with her superior schooling. The guys try to diffuse the situation, but neither woma...
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'Two And A Half Men' Recap: Mary Poppins Enjoys A Brownie

February 7th, 2012 2:18pm EST
The Duchess of Dull-In Sack
It’s a single mother’s nightmare moment for Zoey when she wakes up next to Walden, just moments before daughter Ava rushes in for a morning cuddle. Zoey’s not yet ready for Ava and Walden to meet, so he hides until the coast is clear.

Back at the Beach House, Jake and Alan are sharing a leisurely breakfast. Jake wants to clarify that Alan is indeed again dating his friend Eldridge’s mom. Jake thinks that if Alan marries Lyndsey, he and Eldridge could switch places and fool people. Alan reminds Jake that that would only work if the two boys were twins, but the explanation whizzes over Jake’...
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'Two And A Half Men' - Hipster Jesus To Chiseled Stud. Hold The Cranberry Juice

January 17th, 2012 11:59am EST
Two And A Half Men
As Walden and Zoey prepare for an evening out, he is surprised to find that Zoey is not a fan of his beard. He had assumed that she liked it as much as he did. But that’s not the case, and she’d like him to shave, and as soon as possible. She’s also not crazy about the ‘Jennifer Aniston’ hairdo.

In the living room, Alan isn’t having much luck creating an online dating profile. Walden invites him to join them for dinner.

At the restaurant, Zoey notices how food catches in Walden’s beard. Alan defends Walden’s rugged, sexy look. Zoey reiterates that women prefer men to be properly groomed. ...
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