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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Tucked, Taped and Gorgeous"

Season 4, Episode 21
Episode Synopsis: Alan befriends a single gay father (Matt Roth), which prompts Alan and Charlie to reexamine their sexual identities. Meanwhile, Jake develops a crush on the man's daughter (Kay Panabaker). Dr. Freeman: Jayne Lynch.
Original Air Date: Apr 23, 2007
Guest Cast Matt Roth: Greg Kay Panabaker: Sophie
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Season 4, Episode 21
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Length: 22:04
Aired: 4/23/2007
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April 23, 2007: Who Is Alan Harper? Season 4, Episode 21

After meeting Greg ( Matt Roth), Alan's gay friend from his single-parent support group, Charlie began to question his own sexual identity. Might Charlie be gay, too? As he began to wonder, Alan gave him reason to think he might be: "You're 40 years old, never married and you play the piano." Charlie also found himself on the defense when Alan suggested that all of the special moisturizers and hair gels he keeps might be indicative of something more than a desire to look good. Charlie's response: "Excuse me for not wanting to spend my fifties looking like a catcher's mitt." While Charlie did some soul-searching with his therapist, Alan found himself being congratulated by everyone from Berta to Judith for finally "coming out." Even Jake thought his dad was dating Greg. Once Judith suggested that Alan was now "glowing" because of his new relationship, he began to wonder if everyone might be onto something. Suddenly, Alan found himself thinking this could be the reason he's had so many failed female relationships. As Charlie and Alan set out to determine their preferences, Jake was busy getting his groove on with Sophie ( Kay Panabaker), Greg's daughter. Well, as much as a boy of Jake's age could get his groove on. When Sophie suggested that Jake taste her lip gloss and he opted to swipe his finger over her lips instead of kissing her, it was pretty clear that Jake still needs to work on his moves. In the end, Alan decided to give kissing Greg a shot to find out once and for all if he really was gay. At this point, Greg pretty much put Alan's questions to rest by telling him he was not gay and by rejecting his advances. Greg also took the opportunity to let Alan know that he thought Charlie was "pretty." Sibling rivalry ignited and Alan ended up leaving the scene in a jealous huff. Next week's episode marks Jon Cryer's directorial debut. show less
After meeting Greg (Matt Roth), Alan's gay friend from his single-parent support group, Charlie began to question his own sexual identity. Might Charlie be gay, too? As he began to wonder, Alan gave him reason to think he might be: "You're 40 years old, never married and you play the piano." Charlie also found himself on the defense when Alan suggested that all of the special moisturizers and hair gels he keeps might be indicative of something more than a desire to look good. Charlie's response: "Excuse me for not wanting to spend my fifties looking like a catcher's mitt."While Charlie did some soul-searching with his therapist, Alan found himself being congratulated by everyone from Berta to Judith for finally "coming out." Even Jake thought his dad was dating Greg. Once Judith suggested that Alan was now "glowing" because of his new relationship, he began to wonder if everyone might be onto something. Suddenly, Alan found himself thinking this could be the reason he's had so many... 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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