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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Anteaters. They're Just Crazy-Lookin"

Season 4, Episode 23
Episode Synopsis: A handyman (Enrique Iglesias) working at the house steals Charlie's latest lover. Chloe: Rachel Cannon.
Original Air Date: May 7, 2007
Guest Cast Enrique Iglesias: Fernando Rachel Cannon: Chloe
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Season 4, Episode 23
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Length: 21:51
Aired: 5/7/2007
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May 7, 2007: Nourishing the Soul Season 4, Episode 23

Why do I suddenly feel the need to have some work done on my front porch? It's probably just because Fernando ( Enrique Iglesias) did such an awesome job on Charlie's deck, before he got fired. Yeah, that's probably the reason. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that Enrique, I mean, Fernando, is extremely easy on the eyes. All joking aside, though, I think Enrique did a great job of portraying Charlie's handyman tonight. His comic timing was flawless, and getting to hear him sing was just icing on the cake. This week, Charlie found himself competing with the younger version of himself when Fernando arrived and sent all of the women around him into a tailspin. Even Berta was bitten by the smitten bug when she laid eyes on the hunky handyman. In fact, Berta was so set on giving Fernando more work that she broke a kitchen cabinet just to give him another reason to stay. I think I would have done the same thing. However, it was Chloe's ( Rachel Cannon) sudden interest in Fernando that really sent Charlie reeling into what could be branded as a midlife crisis. Even though Charlie was trying to avoid Chloe earlier in the night by feigning an illness, the thought of losing her to another man proved to be too much for his pride. So Charlie set out to reinvent himself by doing some serious tanning, donning younger threads and bleaching his teeth to a brilliant white. The end result was comedic bliss! While Charlie did come off looking a little ridiculous, he also managed to win his girl back. Sure, he resorted to "buying" her affections by offering to take her shopping for expensive jewelry, but there was a certain charm to the lengths he went to in order to win her back. And yes, I'm choosing to ignore the fact that this was more about Charlie's desire to outdo Fernando than about reclaiming the true affections of Chloe. Some of the best lines of the night: - Berta, searching for any reason to spend time on the deck with Fernando: "He looks parched. I'll take him some rum." - Alan, attempting to help Charlie concoct his fake illness: "Are you bedridden or ambulatory?" - Alan, explaining to Jake why "school sucks": "That's because you go year-round!" - Fernando, accepting soup from Chloe: "It nourishes my body as it nourishes my soul." (Yum!) - Charlie, commenting on Fernando's work while searching for a reason to fire him: "Wood doesn't grow on trees." - Alan, after Charlie took a tumble over the back deck (again): "Hey, I can see your teeth from up here!" Find video from Two and a Half Men in our Online Video Guide. show less
Why do I suddenly feel the need to have some work done on my front porch? It's probably just because Fernando (Enrique Iglesias) did such an awesome job on Charlie's deck, before he got fired. Yeah, that's probably the reason. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the fact that Enrique, I mean, Fernando, is extremely easy on the eyes. All joking aside, though, I think Enrique did a great job of portraying Charlie's handyman tonight. His comic timing was flawless, and getting to hear him sing was just icing on the cake.This week, Charlie found himself competing with the younger version of himself when Fernando arrived and sent all of the women around him into a tailspin. Even Berta was bitten by the smitten bug when she laid eyes on the hunky handyman. In fact, Berta was so set on giving Fernando more work that she broke a kitchen cabinet just to give him another reason to stay. I think I would have done the same thing.However, it was Chloe's (Rachel Cannon) sudden interest in Fernando ... read more

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