She's gone! She's really gone! After spending an entire season whining that we couldn't wait for Two and a Half Men to get rid of Chelsea, she finally packed her things and left last night.
While we have nothing against Jennifer Bini Taylor, her character simply made Men less funny than it was in previous seasons. Now if Sheen can get out of rehab and stay out of their long enough, we're excited to see one of our favorite sitcoms return to its former glory.
As for last night's episode, "Tinkle Like a Princess," it certainly had its funny moments. Our favorite scene was probably Alan and Berta arguing over who should rescue a drowning Charlie.
Unfortunately, the biggest problem was most of the humor came from the surround cast, while Charlie played an uncharacteristic douche. While with Chelsea, Charlie never seem that infatuated (except for maybe her breasts), but now that she's gone, he's acting like more of a cry baby (hey, Jake's words, not ours) than any man should, let alone Charlie Harper.
We're hopign there's no more scenes of Charlie attempting to win back Chelsea and we can go back to funny Harper family antics. We'll leave you with some funny Two and a Half Men quotes from this mediocre episode after the jump.
Berta: Damnit Charlie, get out of that water!
Alan: We need to go after him.
Berta: Don't look at me! I just ate, I gotta wait a half an hour.
Alan: Well I just took a shower and washed my hair, this is leave in conditioner.
Berta: What about Jake?
Alan: Jake's at this mother's.
Berta: Maybe we should give him a call.
Alan: There's no time!
Charlie [comes back soaking]: Water's really cold.
Alan: Just so you know we were about to come get you. | permalink
Charlie: I can't go in there, it reminds me too much of Chelsea.
Alan: The bathroom?
Charlie: It's where she used to brush her hair, floos her, and tinkle like a princess.
Alan: Okay, where have you been tinkling?
Charlie: I need a new ficus. | permalink
Charlie: If I can't haive chelsea, I don't want to live.
Alan: Where are you going?
Charlie: Strip club.
Alan: Ah yes, death by lap dance. | permalink
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