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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Prostitutes and Gelato"

Season 4, Episode 24
Episode Synopsis: As the fourth season ends, Alan and Charlie's father issues surface when Evelyn's new boyfriend (Robert Wagner) befriends them and takes them to Vegas on his private jet. Hugo: Mike Connors. Rapper: Ian “Blaze” Kelly. Referee: Bob Rusch. Tiffany: Jacqueline Lord.
Original Air Date: May 14, 2007
Guest Cast Mike Connors: Hugo Robert Wagner: Teddy Jacqueline Lord: Tiffany
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Season 4, Episode 24
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Length: 20:38
Aired: 5/14/2007
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May 14, 2007: Who's Your Daddy? Season 4, Episode 24

Like two little kids in a candy store, Alan and Charlie could not be more giddy over the idea of Teddy ( Robert Wagner), becoming their new daddy. Only it wasn't the lure of candy that had these two giggling with excitement. It was more about the "toys" they would get to play with, such as a limo, a private plane, a penthouse suite and ringside tickets to a boxing match in Vegas. However, the trip to Sin City did serve a larger purpose. Teddy had plans of popping the question to Evelyn, and he wanted Charlie and Alan's blessing to move forward with the proposal. Somewhere between the gelato and the prostitutes, the guys managed to give him their enthusiastic approval. Should they have been at all concerned that Teddy lied to their mother about their little outing, branding it as a business trip? Nah, if anything, I think that indiscretion only scored Teddy more points with them. Besides, they had a wedding to plan now! The funniest and most shocking point of the night came when Charlie was caught in what appeared to be a dirty little moment: perusing a bridal magazine on the living room sofa. Not to be outdone, Alan uncovered his own secret stash of wedding periodicals, and soon the two of them were blissfully planning a Polynesian ceremony on the beach with tiki torches. It did sound beautiful. Too bad Evelyn had to go and ruin it by rejecting Teddy's proposal. In a last ditch effort to change their mom's mind, Charlie and Alan set out to convince her to rethink the decision. All I can say is, Evelyn sure does move on quickly. But if I had to choose between Teddy and his small package and her new boy-toy, Hugo (Mike Connors), I'd choose Teddy in a heartbeat. Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how you see it), fate stepped in and paved the way for a reconciliation between Teddy and Evelyn. With Hugo's timely expiration on Evelyn's couch, it suddenly became clear to her that "you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone." Some of the best lines of the night: - Charlie, letting Alan know that he wasn't concerned that there might be something wrong with their mom the first time Teddy called: "We'll just wait for Dorothy to bring us the broom." - Alan, taunting Charlie about his conversation with Teddy on the phone: "You're going to be sorry." Then Charlie responding by saying: "You're going to be homeless." - Alan, referring to the guy sitting next to him at the boxing match: "I think that might be that snoopy fellow." - Teddy, referring to the brief boxing match they just watched: "... an 18-second fight. It takes me longer to start peeing." That'll do it for this season! My thanks to everyone who joined me on this blog and shared their thoughts; it was much appreciated. Have a great summer!!! Find video from Two and a Half Men in our Online Video Guide. show less
Like two little kids in a candy store, Alan and Charlie could not be more giddy over the idea of Teddy (Robert Wagner), becoming their new daddy. Only it wasn't the lure of candy that had these two giggling with excitement. It was more about the "toys" they would get to play with, such as a limo, a private plane, a penthouse suite and ringside tickets to a boxing match in Vegas. However, the trip to Sin City did serve a larger purpose. Teddy had plans of popping the question to Evelyn, and he wanted Charlie and Alan's blessing to move forward with the proposal. Somewhere between the gelato and the prostitutes, the guys managed to give him their enthusiastic approval. Should they have been at all concerned that Teddy lied to their mother about their little outing, branding it as a business trip? Nah, if anything, I think that indiscretion only scored Teddy more points with them. Besides, they had a wedding to plan now!The funniest and most shocking point of the night came when Cha... read more

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Premiered: September 22, 2003, on CBS
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