Two and a Half Men Review: "Grandma's Pie"

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In my last Two and a Half Men review, I was happy with the writers.

This week, I am so angry with them. Why did they have to pursue the hookup between Alan and Lyndsey's mothers any further? It just made this episode very awkward and unpleasing to watch.

They could have introduced Lyndsey’s father, and then decided to create a relationship between him and Evelyn. I just don’t think the writers were on their A game tonight with "Grandma's Pie."

Expect for the “lesbianic” storyline, I enjoyed tonight’s episode. We had a full house. Berta, Jake and Eldridge were present. Even Zoey returned from her trip and was around for the madness.

The idea of having dinner with your girlfriend and ex-wife, with your housekeeper within earshot is a bad one. What was Walden thinking?

Mothers of a Problem

Alan’s dinner went a little better than I expected, the children did not find their grand-mothers were dating, so that is pretty good. But seriously, Chuck Lorre needs to kill this storyline.

It does not add anything to narrative of the show so far. The idea of Alan and Walden recapping their dinners, while drinking tea is very good, I might even do that sometime. 

However, the big story here is that Walden asked Zoey and Ava to move in with him, which means that Alan is going to have to find somewhere to live. What is your take on that?

Do you want to see Alan and Jake move out or should Walden just break up with the b***h as Alan suggested? Sound off below and read some of the best Two and a Half Men quotes from Monday.

Grandma's Pie Review

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Two and a Half Men Season 9 Episode 20 Quotes

Alan: You gotta be excited about having your girlfriend back. What has been like a month?
Walden: Three weeks.
Alan: Still that is like a decade in penis years.

Alan: Here you go.
Walden: I gotta ask, what's with the tea? You make it for me, you make it for Lyndsey
Alan: I got a little philosophy, when someone is nice enough to let me into their home or their pants, I like to show my appreciation.
Walden: Without spending any money
Alan: You know me so well.