Walden, Jenny, and Barry head out on a road trip on Two and a Half Men. "Dial 1-900-Mix-A-Lot" is the 21st episode of the show's 11th season.
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Charlie plays the piano while Alan sings some classic holiday songs and looks like embarrassing Evelyn in the process.
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Charlie sits down with his fiancee, Chelsea, and her old college friend, Gail (Tricia Helfer), who's in town visiting.
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Charlie tries to help his ex-fiancee, Mia, start her singing career by lending his piano and musical contacts to her. Don't worry, Chelsea approves.
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He did it! Walden and Alan are their typical goofy selves in this scene from Two and a Half Men.
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Charlie learns from Eddie Van Halen, in a fantastic cameo, that the artist always brings a guitar into the bathroom in case he gets inspired. What's not explained is how his electric guitar produced such an awesome riff without an amp.
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Walden is worried that Alan's breakup will affect the adoption on Two and a Half Men. "Too Whom the Booty Calls" is the 11th episode of the show's 12th season.
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At least this brownie explains Walden's behavior. It's not baked with the usual ingrdients.
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Charlie and Alan have a nice little discussion while Charlie enjoys a drink on Two and a Half Men.
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A picture of Alan and Charlie in their signature spot on the couch in "That Darn Priest."
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Alan asks Jake how many zeroes are in a million in this scene. He's stunned by the response.
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As Melissa toasts to Alan on his surprise birthday., she covers Jake's ears as she declares what a great kisser he is.
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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.