Walden realizes after the disastrous dinner his chances of patching up with Bridget are negligible. Alan abuses his hospitality to bring over his best ex Lyndsey, even Bertha her equally unattractive 'beau' Elmer. Alan convinces Walden to start looking for girls in bars. To his horror, but Jake's frustrated delight, Charlie's leach-like gold-digger lover Lyndsey hooks Walden.
Did You Know?
As of this episode, Angus T. Jones
is no longer the "half man," as he celebrated his 18th birthday just two days before the original broadcast. One can argue that the not-so-wise decision for Chuck Lorre
to continue the series, was attributed to not just Charlie Sheen
's demise, but Angus's milestone. See more
He's gonna move out at some point, right?
[touching his face
You are SO cute!
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #357 I've just learned that 96% of the universe is made up of stuff we don't understand, can't measure, and, until very recently, didn't even know existed. Personally, I find this extremely reassuring. A big mystery in my life is finally solved. I mean, think about it. What chance did both of my marriages have when we were all so clueless regarding the fundamental nature of everything? On a very deep, quantum level, I feel vindicated. In fact, I'm thinking of sending a note to both exes. Something along the lines of, "I told you that dark energy wasn't just coming from me. It was in you, the coffee table, your mother - it was all around us. Goo goo g'joob, baby!" See more
Two and a Half Men Theme
Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more