When Walden woke up after the party and looked at his devastated home and compared it to Charlie Sheen's house, that's one of the funniest lines ever on this show. There have been several good episodes recently. Season nine was good but season ten is better.
Kandi's return was one of the best things that's happened on this show in years. The funniest moment was when she wanted Alan to say hello to her breasts and he did - twice. And she really needs to learn what giving 110% means. Ms Bowlby plays this character just right, and she's really hot, so she's perfect for the part.
Walden's stoned visit to Berta was fun too, he had trouble finding the door and now we know what she wants to do on the hood of her new car.
The return of Kandi is great news.
This was a solid instalment. The best part was Walden's adventure, how the cougar stopped by the road and liked what she saw and how his lie about who he is came back to bite him in the ass. Hopefully the writers will make Alan take the marital plunge soon, and then in a funny way make it blow up in his face once again. I mean, it hasn't exactly been smooth for this couple so far.
Lyndsey got the chance to kiss Walden. Alan never even got the chance with Lyndsey's choice, so nothing is new in Looserville. I liked the bar scene. Beggars can't be choosers, but Alan is anyway and when he turned to the woman next to him the result was predictable, short and funny. I give this week's show three stars out of five.
As for next week, I'm really looking forward to Miley stopping by.
Miley on Two And A Half Men is a good idea, especially judging from the picture in this article.
A good start to the season. Walden's social clumsiness returned, this time with an over the top proposal, making it as uncomfortable as possible to say no. Michael Bolton's appearance was hilarious. It was a good idea to bring Evelyn into a scene with Bolton and the vibrator joke was perfect.
The pot-fueled evening became funny when it started to become troublesome for Walden in bed. But the start of the evening in the bar could've been better. I would prefer that the writers would ease up on the gay jokes. They work up to a certain point with Alan, but those jokes have been milked too much.
The writers took it too far this time. It was good in the beginning with Alan's return to the house, the new bed and the new TV. But then when Walden had the escalator installed and Alan rode it in a cowboy hat it became silly. And he could've gotten caught with something less unrealistic than playing volleyball which a bunch of hot chicks.
It was funny that Alan could use his real heart attack to make his fake heart attack believable and it was so funny when he lay in bed and said: "I'd like to thank the academy. There are no small parts, only small apartments."
Two And A Half Men has always offended some people. It used to be the sex jokes and of course still is. But now it's more about what a leech Alan is, and again some people get offended. That's one of the reasons I like this show, that it challenges what is considered comically correct.
Definitely an improvement from last time. The dinner scene with Walden, Zoe and his ex-wife was very well played. Although I don't like the storyline about Evelyn and Jean, Alan's comment about "golden girls gone wild" did crack me up.
Alan serving tea over and over was funny especially when Walden drew the correct conclusions about it. And as it should, the best part came at the end when Alan felt a shiver down his spine and all that...
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