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Two and a Half Men Recap: "The Two Finger Rule"

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In perhaps the longest running multi-episode story in Two and a Half Men's history, Charlie continues to date Chelsea and have relationship problems in last night's episode.

Chelsea Borrows Charlie's Phone

Definitely a problem unique to Charlie Harper, he's been receiving nude pictures sent to his phone by an ex-girlfriend and Chelsea catches him when she borrows his phone. 

All of this somehow leads to a very funny grouping of Charlie, Alan, Herb, Jerome (Michael Clarke Duncan) and the pizza guy sitting down reminiscing about their stories with women.  After sititng around with a group of pathetic men, Charlie heads off to visit Chelsea.

Find out what happened in our "The Two Finger Rule" recap and enjoy some of our favorite quotes from the episode:

Chelsea: Do you want to explain to me why this woman is sending naked pictures of herself?
Charlie: I'd love to explain it
Chelse: ... go ahead
Charlie: I said I'd love to, I didn't say I could | permalink
Alan [about Chelsea]: So you're just going to sit here and wait till she comes crawling over?
Charlie: Yes I am...and then since hell has long since frozen over, we can go ice skating | permalink
Alan: I'm gonna go pick up Jake at his mothers
Charlie: Oh good. Just what we need to brighten up our weekend. A large, sullen teenager with gas and questionable hygiene
Alan: There's nothing questionable about it | permalink

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Two and a Half Men Quotes

Charlie: Oh, try MalibuPuddingGirls.com.
Alan: Pudding Girls?
Charlie: Trust me.
Alan: Oh ... ew.

Charlie: For every gorgeous woman out there's a guy tired of banging her.
Alan: But that guy is never me.