Two and a Half Men Review: Meet the Parents

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After weeks of hearing about Tammy, Two and a Half Men viewers finally got to see her in all her tattooed glory this week - and it was fun.

Tammy might just look like another redneck who likes shooting people, but as the half hour progressed, it was quite evident that she was smart, funny and driven. And Jake must agree, as "Paint It, Pierce It, or Plug It" was centered on Jake's desire to marry this mother of three.

Jake's New Girlfriend

A valid question would be this: Why would he would want to do something so stupid?!!

He is not even old enough to buy a beer yet, and he wants to get married. Like Tammy said, though, the look is his eye when he sees her is proof enough that he's in love, while Jake's relationship with Tammy is making him a better and more responsible individual. Just thinking about marriage is a major step for the guy.

Now, Alan is a lot of things... but he's very realistic,and he knows a bad plan when he sees it. This? It was a bad plan.

Father and son disagreed, but made up after a little prodding from Tammy, which went down as a plus for her because showed that beneath all that ink and those piercings, she is really a composed and smart individual.

I do have a bone to pick with writers, though: I find it a little bit contrived that Walden was able to keep identity secret form Kate for this amount of time, yet all of a sudden he could not hold Jake’s secret plan to wed Tammy for just the duration of dinner. Come on now. Some consistency would be nice.

Jake might be grown up, but he is still very naïve. Still, we can't complain when since his stupidity provided for some of the best Two and a Half Men quotes of the night. Enjoy!

Paint It, Pierce It, or Plug It Review

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Two and a Half Men Season 10 Episode 15 Quotes

Tammy: I do not want to be the cause of any estrangement between you and your father.
Jake: To be fair, my father was already "estrange" before you met him.

Alan: It is time for dinner, we are eating gnocchi, Jake is cooking things he can spell
Walden: What's for dessert? Cake?

Alan: Pie.