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Two and a Half Men Episode: "My Damn Stalker"

Season 4, Episode 15
Episode Synopsis: Charlie thinks Rose is joking when she says she's moving to London, but then he finds out it's true and realizes he's taken her for granted. Meanwhile, Alan hits it off with his online date (Allison Janney), but he tells her that the house is his and that he's a chiropractor to the stars. Sheri: Andrea Lynn Silvers.
Original Air Date: Feb 12, 2007
Guest Cast Rebecca McFarland: Leanne Allison Janney: Beverly
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Season 4, Episode 15
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Length: 22:05
Aired: 2/12/2007
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February 12, 2007: Goodbye, England's Rose Season 4, Episode 15

OK, I know it's cliché, but sometimes you really don't know what you've got till it's gone. However, since this is the week of Valentine's Day, I guess it's only appropriate that we got a lesson in love. How strange, though, that this lesson came to us courtesy of Charlie and Rose? First, major props to Berta for some priceless moments tonight. Especially during her exchange with Charlie on why he never gave Rose more of a chance. His reasoning: "This is a woman who stalked me, who spied on me, who snuck into my house to write her name and address in my underwear." Funny how Charlie would later use said underwear to track Rose down and beg her to stay, but we'll get to that later. Now, I have to recount Berta's priceless response: "Oh, boo-hoo. Somebody cares about Charlie. Nobody ever wrote their name in my underwear. Wait, one time. The Department of Corrections." Too funny. I wish Berta was my wisecracking maid. Heck, I wish I had a maid, period. Meanwhile, Alan was left to his own devices to find love, via an Internet dating service. Now, I can't say I've ever tried one of those before, but I've heard that some people have a tendency to, let's say, embellish some personal details. So, I wasn't surprised to hear that Alan wrote that he likes to "spend quiet weekends puttering around my Malibu beach house," or that he is a "chiropractor to the stars." It was funny, though, when Alan's date arrived and Charlie suggested that Alan was trying to kick him out of his own home. Alan was quick to point out, "Well, no, if you read the profile, it's my house." The scene to follow only got better, as Charlie was forced to pretend he was the "poor brother" in front of Beverly, Alan's date, played by Allison Janney. It was fun to watch the Harper brothers engage in role reversal, especially when Charlie claimed to be "flat broke again," forcing Alan to cough up all of his dough to get rid of him for the night. So, Charlie heads for the bar, where Rose finally tracks him down and tells him that she's moving to London. Charlie, of course, doesn't believe her and throws in some good lines about how her family business involves work at Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. All the while, Rose tries to explain that she's leaving because their "relationship isn't really progressing along the path" she had hoped for. In the end, Charlie realizes that he really does want Rose to stick around. So, he checks his underwear (for Rose's address) and finds himself on her doorstep only, it's too late. Even grabbing her and kissing her won't make the furniture magically reappear in her empty house. Instead, Rose heads off to a waiting cab and bids Charlie adieu. Meanwhile, back at the house, Alan is tied up, literally, in a bustier and red stockings! I definitely didn't expect to see that sight behind Alan's door. Another priceless moment. So, what did we learn tonight? I need a maid? That's a given. Not all stalkers are bad? No, that can't be it (I'm trying really hard right now not to make an astronaut joke). No, I think it was Alan who summed up the night best when he said, "Well, we all make mistakes." show less
OK, I know it’s cliché, but sometimes you really don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone. However, since this is the week of Valentine’s Day, I guess it’s only appropriate that we got a lesson in love. How strange, though, that this lesson came to us courtesy of Charlie and Rose? First, major props to Berta for some priceless moments tonight. Especially during her exchange with Charlie on why he never gave Rose more of a chance. His reasoning: “This is a woman who stalked me, who spied on me, who snuck into my house to write her name and address in my underwear.” Funny how Charlie would later use said underwear to track Rose down and beg her to stay, but we’ll get to that later. Now, I have to recount Berta’s priceless response: “Oh, boo-hoo. Somebody cares about Charlie. Nobody ever wrote their name in my underwear. Wait, one time. The Department of Corrections.” Too funny. I wish Berta was my wisecracking maid. ... read more

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Premiered: September 22, 2003, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A hit sitcom built on often-raunchy material, starring Charlie Sheen and, later, Ashton Kutcher begins with the premise of a Malibu bachelor (Sheen) whose life is disrupted when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move in with him. In the ninth season, Kutcher replaces Sheen, playing a billionaire with a broken heart. Briskly written and performed, the sitcom had fun spoofing Charlie Sheen's bad-boy reputation (which ultimately led to his exit from the series) and Jon Cryer's nervous energy.

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