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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Young People Have Phlegm Too"

Season 4, Episode 16
Episode Synopsis: Charlie starts dating a 24-year-old named Robin (Brooke D'Orsay) and Alan warns him that he's too old to keep up. Charlie not only ignores his brother, but he talks Alan into a double date with one of Robin's young friends. Donna: Morgan Fairchild. Megan: Molly Morgan.
Original Air Date: Feb 19, 2007
Guest Cast Molly Morgan: Megan Lamont Thompson: Bruno Morgan Fairchild: Donna Brooke D'Orsay: Robin Kris Iyer: Dr. Prajneep
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Season 4, Episode 16
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Length: 21:40
Aired: 2/19/2007
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February 19, 2007: Wherefore Art Thou, Fountain of Youth? Season 4, Episode 16

"Why no sequel to Ferris Bueller?" I loved that Alan tried to pass himself off as Matthew Broderick more than once tonight. First, it was in hopes of gaining entry to a super-prestigious nightclub, then it was to help get the attention of a doctor in a hospital. His first attempt didn't go so well, but it did get me thinking that there are some physical similarities between Cryer and Broderick. They both appear to be around the same age, height and build, and they both have short, dark hair. I could see how someone might mistake the two, perhaps in a poorly lit room. But let's get back to the matter at hand. Tonight, Charlie really starts to feel old, from the weird stuff he keeps hacking up to his inability to keep up with his 24-year-old companion. It's amazing what a little trip to the ER can do to a person's life. For Charlie, it was an awakening. Suddenly, he began rethinking his lifestyle as he came to the realization that, "Wherever I go, I'm the oldest guy in the room." Fortunately, Alan was able to show Charlie the way... straight to a sophisticated cocktail lounge, where the stunning Morgan Fairchild was quick to refer to Charlie as "young stuff." And just like that, Charlie's vitality was restored. Sure, it didn't take long for Charlie to bounce back from his fountain-of-youth crisis, but there were certainly some fun exchanges along the way. One of my favorite scenes was between Berta and Jake at the beginning of tonight's show. Jake was eating his morning cereal, trying to get a lifeless Charlie to respond to him, while a concerned Berta suggested that Jake "shouldn't see him like this" and placed a towel on Charlie's head. "There. Now you can enjoy your breakfast." Even the moments that made me cringe also made me laugh. For example, when Alan took it upon himself to educate his date about the harmful effects of ecstasy on her spinal fluid. Charlie tried desperately to keep Alan from acting like her father, only to have Alan retort that he had to "because her real father has obviously dropped the ball." Another great moment came courtesy of Alan, just as he and Charlie were about to follow their dates into the club, only to have the bouncer deny them access. As Charlie tried to convince the bouncer ("We're with them"), Alan chimed in by saying, "No, no, we are. Although truth be told, I don't see a long-term relationship in the offing." Next week, get ready for the return of Evelyn for another episode that promises to be wickedly good. show less
"Why no sequel to Ferris Bueller?" I loved that Alan tried to pass himself off as Matthew Broderick more than once tonight. First, it was in hopes of gaining entry to a super-prestigious nightclub, then it was to help get the attention of a doctor in a hospital. His first attempt didn't go so well, but it did get me thinking that there are some physical similarities between Cryer and Broderick. They both appear to be around the same age, height and build, and they both have short, dark hair. I could see how someone might mistake the two, perhaps in a poorly lit room. But let's get back to the matter at hand. Tonight, Charlie really starts to feel old, from the weird stuff he keeps hacking up to his inability to keep up with his 24-year-old companion. It's amazing what a little trip to the ER can do to a person's life. For Charlie, it was an awakening. Suddenly, he began rethinking his lifestyle as he came to the realization that, "Wherever I go, I’m the oldest guy in the room."... read more

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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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