Two and a Half Men
Posted May 24, 2004 @ 9:21 PM
Doctor: Do you write with your testicles?
Doctor: When you're dealing with prostates and penises, you need to have a sense of humor.
Charlie: And warm hands.
I don't see why he just didn't use condoms like Jake said. Even the little kid knows that. A little corny at the end with him telling Charlie he'd make a good dad which was made up for with Rose at the end.
Posted May 24, 2004 @ 10:36 PM
Charlie: "Yeah, me too."
It amazes me how much CBS lets them get away with, especially during tonight's ep! The little kid who plays Jake must be learnings some great life lessons from hanging out with Charlie Sheen all of the time, and reciting these lines, lol.
Posted May 24, 2004 @ 10:52 PM
I know. I was practically blushing half the time and I don't considered myself a prude. That last scene at the doctor's office was kinda racy. And Jake is hysterical. I love the line where he goes, "You don't see me crying when I'm late." The way he said it had me ROFL.
It amazes me how much CBS lets them get away with, especially during tonight's ep!
Posted May 24, 2004 @ 11:11 PM
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Posted May 26, 2004 @ 9:34 AM
I love the line where he goes, "You don't see me crying when I'm late." The way he said it had me ROFL.
I was also LMAO at this line! I've said it before, and I will say it again: I love Jake.
They also got me with, "Do you write with your testicles?" BWAH!!
All I know is that the writers deserve alot of credit for maintaining a high level throughout the year.
Word, Elliot. I'm looking forward to seeing what they come up with next season.
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 12:22 AM
I credit this to the chemistry of the actors. Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen play off each other so well. And Holland Tatlor as their mother? Comic genius. (I've loved her since Bosom Buddies.)
And the actor playing Jake is probably one of the most natural child actors on TV. It's all in his delivery. "Ironic, huh."
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 12:43 AM
ITA. The way they interact with one another is awesome and gives a good balance towards their insane family relationship. And I like how Jake is adorable and not over-the-top cute. That would get old fast.
I credit this to the chemistry of the actors.
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 8:44 PM
I didn't jump on the shows bandwagon
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Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 11:09 PM
"How can she be a lesbian? She doesn't even like oral sex."
Posted Jun 8, 2004 @ 10:42 AM
fills the bill! The epp they ran last nite, was it the
pilot epp, or just one of the firsts'???
Posted Jun 10, 2004 @ 9:59 PM
Posted Jun 11, 2004 @ 12:23 AM
This is a pretty racy show for CBS, not sure if the old folks get all the sex jokes.
I'm sure they get them. In my house they just pretend they didn't get them. Besides my guess is "the old folks" had sex long before any of us.
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Edited by ChinkyGirl, Jun 20, 2004 @ 8:37 AM.
Posted Jun 20, 2004 @ 2:51 PM
On Topic: The episode that made me really like the show was the one about Jake letting the sea gulls into the house. It was so funny, and I was really surprised that Jake didn't come off as some schmaltzy kid with some kind of Full House lesson.
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Posted Jul 7, 2004 @ 8:15 AM
I think Two and a Half Men is really funny and inspired sometimes, but other times it falls into to the old sitcommy pitfalls of stuntcasting and wackiness. If it could avoid those pitfalls, it could be a great comedy rather than just a good one.
Posted Jul 20, 2004 @ 12:14 AM
I went uncharacteristically anal this episode, repeating "Alan, get a lawyer and sue her butt off!" over and over.
That episode was just repeated tonight but it was my first time seeing it. (Judith, harpie ex wife, won't let Alan see Jake because Charlie is a bad influence) This was probably the first episode that just pissed me off. The whole time I was thinking, Call your attorney now! I know it was for comedic effect blah blah blah, but there's no reason he should've put up with that... that's the whole point of custody agreements.
Posted Jul 22, 2004 @ 4:26 PM
I just love Jake too. The one with him not knowing what his mom was talking about when she told him Charlie thought with his little head...and when Charlie said, "lower" to him and he deepened his voice. I swear I don't know how that kid kept a straight face. It was hysterical.
Posted Sep 14, 2004 @ 3:56 AM
When I first heard about this show, I thought:" Charlie Sheen? Who wants to watch him?" But, I like what I see so far.
Posted Sep 14, 2004 @ 1:44 PM
Posted Sep 14, 2004 @ 4:02 PM
When I first heard about this show, I thought:" Charlie Sheen? Who wants to watch him?"
Morningstar, I had the same reaction. Plus, I caught one of the early episodes and it didn't make much of an impression on me, so I didn't bother to look for it again.
But last night I caught the rerun of the "snipped" episode.
I think I'll be tuning in next week.
Edited by ld, Sep 14, 2004 @ 4:05 PM.
Posted Sep 20, 2004 @ 9:12 PM
In a way I can buy the "you can pick your friends but not your brother (relatives)." I thought it was cool the way the others wanted to invite him and Charlie was the only who didn't. Of course I saw the wedgie thing coming so it was no surprise but the Wilshire Boulevard lamppost was.