Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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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.


Jeff Melman


Chuck Lorre (created by), Lee Aronsohn (created by) | 5 more credits »


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Episode cast overview:
Charlie Sheen ... Charlie Harper
Jon Cryer ... Alan Harper
Angus T. Jones ... Jake Harper
Conchata Ferrell ... Berta
Holland Taylor ... Evelyn Harper
Jane Lynch ... Dr. Linda Freeman
Susan Blakely ... Angie
Coby Ryan McLaughlin ... Jeremy
Virginia Williams ... Tricia
Rib Hillis ... Justin


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.

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Comedy | Romance


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(at around 1 min) When Alan asks Jake why he isn't studying for his algebra test, you see the red/brown cushion next to Jake standing against the back of the sofa. In the next shot, the cushion is suddenly lying flat on the sofa, but nobody touched it. See more »


Angie: [Angie answers her door, hair disheveled, mascara running] What the hell do you want?
Charlie Harper: What?
Angie: Tricia broke off her engagement with Jeremy because of you!
[she takes a drink from the bottle she's carrying]
Charlie Harper: No, no, no. I was good, honest.
Angie: He was crushed! My little boy had a nervous breakdown and tried to drink bleach!
Charlie Harper: Yeah, but I was good.
Angie: Oh, good. Tricia told us everything about you and her!
Charlie Harper: Everything? And he was still crushed?
Angie: You lied to me!
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Crazy Credits

The Chuck Lorre Productions video card that displayed for a fraction of a second following the closing credits included the following text: CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #213 Tonight's show ends our fifth season. It's hard to believe that when we began I was thirty-eight years old, could bench press two hundred and sixty pounds, run a four minute mile, calculate pi to eighty decimals in my head, kick a fifty yard field goal into a stiff head wind, hit a ninety mile an hour curve ball, play scratch golf from the gold tees, sing like Ray Charles, write like Philip Roth, make love like a jackhammer that's not afraid to share its feelings, and dance the fandango. But hey, isn't suspension of disbelief what this business is all about? Anyway, the point of this card was not to wax nostalgic for a me that is hopefully thriving in an alternate universe. The point was to express my gratitude to everyone who made time in their busy lives to watch Two and a Half Men. Your loyalty and support is something we never take for granted. Please know that our sole intention has always been to create laughter, never to offend. It is on this basis, and this basis alone, that I am constantly defending jokes to the CBS censor (a lovely, sweet-tempered lady who regularly proves that people of color can blush). Although to be completely honest, in tonight's season finale, Evelyn's line to her handsome young beau as to which movie to see at a multiplex, "You pick darling, you're the one who'll be facing the screen," kind of offends *me*. Where's a blushing censor when you need one? See more »


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Written by Chuck Lorre
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Release Date:

19 May 2008 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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