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Two and a Half Men Episode: "It Never Rains in Hooterville"

Season 4, Episode 18
Episode Synopsis: When Jake takes down his Harry Potter posters and replaces them with pictures of women, Alan feels like he's losing his little boy and has a midlife crisis. Rodney: Frankie Jay Allison. Detective: Ben Hermes. Kandi: April Bowlby.
Original Air Date: Mar 19, 2007
Guest Cast Frankie Jay Allison: Rodney
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Season 4, Episode 18
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Length: 21:54
Aired: 3/19/2007
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March 19, 2007: Welcome Back, Kandi Season 4, Episode 18

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the last time we saw Kandi and Alan together, weren't they fighting over who would get to keep the dog? Now, a few repeats later, we find Alan not only lending Kandi his lab coat for her audition, but he's also reading lines to help her prepare! I'm so confused. Weren't these two supposed to be at odds? I guess this just further helps to illustrate how much of a hold she still has on Alan, despite their divorce. Aside from the unusualness of the situation, it was great to see Kandi back in action. I was also very impressed with her ability to correctly pronounce all of those medical terms tonight. Well, aside from fur-nus-ic, that is. It was also hard to tell if Kandi was auditioning for a cop show or an adult-film project, especially with a show title like "Stiffs." At any rate, the Harper men certainly seemed to enjoy watching her rehearse in their living room. Speaking of adult content, this week Jake seemed to be showing a lot more interest in scantily clad women, via the new posters he was busy nailing onto the walls. Can't say I blame him for taking down his Harry Potter posters, though; he was probably just reacting to the news that Emma Watson is trying to bail on the last two films in the series. OK, so that's probably not the real reason he did it, but I did just read that news on our website and I couldn't help but make the reference. Anyway... tonight turned out to be a really rough night for Alan. Realizing that Jake was growing up fast, Alan was suddenly starting to feel like he and his boy were running out of valuable time to engage in "father-son stuff." So, in a noble attempt to spend more time together, Alan planned a camping trip for him and Jake. Had it not been for the torrential downpour, the inadequate tent they had, and their shared discomfort in relieving themselves in a coffee can, they might have had a good time. Unfortunately, that just wasn't the case. So, after one bad trip with Jake, what does Alan think of doing next? Having another kid with Kandi. Now, who could have guessed that was the "big reason" they split in the first place? As we learned tonight, it wasn't the little things that broke them up, like the way Alan's toenails grew or his ear hair.... No, it was the fact that Kandi wanted to have a baby and Alan didn't. More surprising than that was Kandi's willingness to procreate with Alan, when he presented her with the idea. Of course, that was all before she got the call from her agent telling her she had landed the part on "Stiffs." Suddenly, the divorce papers reappeared and in one quick stroke of the pen, Alan and Kandi were kaput. Now, as bad as I felt for Alan, I still couldn't help but think... is this really the last time we'll get to see Kandi? show less
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the last time we saw Kandi and Alan together, weren’t they fighting over who would get to keep the dog? Now, a few repeats later, we find Alan not only lending Kandi his lab coat for her audition, but he’s also reading lines to help her prepare! I’m so confused. Weren’t these two supposed to be at odds? I guess this just further helps to illustrate how much of a hold she still has on Alan, despite their divorce. Aside from the unusualness of the situation, it was great to see Kandi back in action. I was also very impressed with her ability to correctly pronounce all of those medical terms tonight. Well, aside from fur-nus-ic, that is. It was also hard to tell if Kandi was auditioning for a cop show or an adult-film project, especially with a show title like "Stiffs." At any rate, the Harper men certainly seemed to enjoy watching her rehearse in their living room.Speaking of adult content, this week Jake seemed to be showing a lo... read more

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