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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Aunt Myra Doesn't Pee a Lot"

Season 4, Episode 20
Episode Synopsis: Judith's wedding approaches and Alan prepares Jake for the event. Meanwhile, Charlie continues his romance with Myra (Judy Greer), Herb's sister. Shannon: Deirdre Lovejoy. Tailor: Avner Garbi. Minister: Bob Rumnock.
Original Air Date: Apr 16, 2007
Guest Cast Deirdre Lovejoy: Shannon Bob Rumnock: Minister
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Season 4, Episode 20
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Length: 21:49
Aired: 4/16/2007
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April 16, 2007: A Meaningless Fling Season 4, Episode 20

Tonight's episode truly marked a milestone for our favorite Harper men. Not only did it bring an end to Alan's days of alimony, but it also gave Charlie a taste of what it's like to be on the receiving end of "a meaningless fling." As for Jake, well, it proved to be a messy night for him, too. First, let's talk about Myra ( Judy Greer). I really hope this isn't the last we see of her. She and Charlie had a good, albeit brief relationship, and it was rather enjoyable to watch Charlie fall into a more vulnerable role for once. Part of me wonders if that wasn't a case of Charlie wanting something he couldn't have, or if he really did think he'd found his match. Regardless of the reason, their time together did make for some great dialogue. In one of their funnier exchanges, Charlie revealed his secrets on how he manages to get a woman out of his bed. According to him, if he's only interested in seeing the woman leave for the day, he'll tell her, "I have to see a dermatologist about a rash." If he's trying to scare a woman off for the long term, he tells her: "It turns out it wasn't just a rash." Ultimately though, it was Myra who had the best line of the night, when she informed Charlie that she had a fiancé. Meanwhile, Alan was busy preparing Jake for his role in the wedding. Unfortunately for him, Jake decided to wear his tux every time he had a meal or a snack, which meant Alan spent the majority of his time just trying to keep Jake clean. In fact, even though Judith's wedding was really a joyous occasion for Alan, it also proved to be a very stressful time. When Herb's ( Ryan Stiles) ex cornered him in a coatroom at the church and proceeded to make it sound like they were having loud relations during the ceremony, I really thought Judith was going to call the wedding off. Thankfully, she didn't, but I'm pretty sure Alan's not off the hook yet. In the end, Myra boarded a plane and went back home, and Alan found himself drinking alone in the dark. Although, when Charlie and Jake found him, he was quick to point out that it "wasn't dark when I started." Yep, I'd say Alan's got a lot of apologizing to do to Judith in the weeks ahead, but at least he doesn't have to pay alimony anymore! show less
Tonight's episode truly marked a milestone for our favorite Harper men. Not only did it bring an end to Alan's days of alimony, but it also gave Charlie a taste of what it's like to be on the receiving end of "a meaningless fling." As for Jake, well, it proved to be a messy night for him, too. First, let's talk about Myra (Judy Greer). I really hope this isn't the last we see of her. She and Charlie had a good, albeit brief relationship, and it was rather enjoyable to watch Charlie fall into a more vulnerable role for once. Part of me wonders if that wasn't a case of Charlie wanting something he couldn't have, or if he really did think he'd found his match. Regardless of the reason, their time together did make for some great dialogue. In one of their funnier exchanges, Charlie revealed his secrets on how he manages to get a woman out of his bed. According to him, if he's only interested in seeing the woman leave for the day, he'll tell her, "I have to see a dermatologist about a... read more

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