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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Sir Lancelot's Litter Box"

Season 6, Episode 22
Episode Synopsis: Chelsea moves into the house, and Alan feels like he's being pushed out.
Original Air Date: May 4, 2009

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Season 6, Episode 22
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Length: 20:27
Aired: 5/4/2009
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Two and a Half Men Episode Recap: "Sir Lancelot's Litter Box" Season 6, Episode 22

Charlie struggled with how he felt about having Chelsea move in, and Alan felt that he was being forced out to make room for her.

Chelsea thought that it was ridiculous that she and Charlie were engaged and not living together but Charlie didn't think that she should move in. This started a disagreement between the two and Chelsea got very upset at one point and said she was going home. "Where would you go right now if you didn't have your apartment?" Charlie asked Chelsea, while trying to point out that she should keep her apartment for situations like this. Berta, Alan, and Jake were listening from the kitchen.

Later that night, Alan joined Charlie who was sitting on the balcony having a drink. Charlie admitted that he couldn't sleep because the Chelsea moving in thing was really bugging him. Alan said, "I hate to say it, but I think Chelsea may be right." Alan asked Charlie why he was so afraid to have Chelsea move in and he said that he wasn't afraid of having her move in, but it was the moving her out that he was afraid of, if they broke up. Alan asked him what he thought would happen when they got married and Charlie said he didn't really think that far ahead but was hoping that maybe they would extend their engagement. Charlie then said that if not having her move in would be a deal-breaker that she could break off the engagement.

The next thing you know, Charlie showed up at Chelsea's apartment, dangling Alan's house key in front of her. He must have realized that if he didn't allow her to move in, that there was a real possibility that he could lose her. Charlie wanted her to move in and didn't have time to make a new key, plus Alan had pissed him off the previous night. Charlie admitted that he was wrong. "What the hell, it's going to happen sooner or later," Charlie said. Chelsea had Charlie come into her apartment, and everything was packed up and ready to be moved. Charlie looked stunned. He asked her what this was all about, and she just said that she had faith in him.

After Chelsea had moved her things into Charlie's house, Berta needed to talk to Charlie. He thought it was going to be the same conversation they had when Alan and Jake moved in: how she didn't sign up to work for all of these people and how she wanted more money. Well this time it was different. Berta said she liked Chelsea more than Charlie and that from now on, she was going to be working for Chelsea. She said if he had a problem, he would need to go to Chelsea since she would be working for her. Charlie asked, "Do I get a vote in this?" Berta said he gets a vote: 1 out of 3.

Charlie went upstairs and saw that Chelsea completely redecorated his room. Chelsea asked him what he thought about it and Charlie responded, "I have a sudden urge to pee sitting down." Charlie then went to his bathroom, and saw that Chelsea did some decorating in there as well. He looked down and said, "Tell me that's one of those zen sand boxes!" He was looking at Chelsea's cat Sir Lancelot's litter box. Charlie was not happy about this at all. "Too much towels, linens, cat crap!" He yelled. It was all too much for Charlie. "I'll leave! There will be more room for Sir Craps a lot!" Charlie went downstairs, where Jake and Berta were listening. Jake said, "I don't appreciate being called Sir Craps a lot!" As Charlie opened the door, Alan was standing in the doorway. He couldn't find his house key and was relieved Charlie had opened the door when he did. On his way out, Charlie said to Alan, "I hope you're happy!" Alan replied, "Why would I start now?"

Later, Alan found Charlie at the bar. Charlie admitted he wasn't cut out for this living together stuff but wondered what he was freaking out about, because a woman had been living with him for years. (He was referring to Alan and his feminine ways.) Charlie knew he was wrong to storm out. He said he was an ass, not an idiot. Alan was going to tell Charlie why he panicked. Charlie gave him $40 if he wouldn't tell him why. Alan had to tell him why, so he gave him $20 back, and Charlie knew he still had the other $20 so he got that back from Alan as well. "You recognize old Charlie is dying. He had to die for new Charlie to be born," Alan explained to Charlie. Alan said he had tried to smooth things over with Chelsea for Charlie, by telling her that he has the emotional maturity of a nine-year-old. He suggested to Charlie that he apologize to Chelsea.

Chelsea and Charlie made up and Charlie apologized and said he was a big, stupid jerk. Alan went to his room after Berta had overheard him talking to himself, and he discovered Chelsea's belongings were now stored in his room. He asked Charlie if he could have a moment with him so that he could speak to him. "He's about to go full-out fruit fly!" Charlie said to Chelsea. Alan wanted to know how long all of that stuff would be in his room but Charlie didn't really give him much of an answer. He answered him by asking him questions, such as, "How much rent do you pay?" and Alan said he didn't pay rent. Charlie then told him to pull his car out of the garage because he didn't want Chelsea to park on the street. Alan ended up sleeping in his now cramped room with Chelsea's belongings and when he got up to go to the bathroom, he tripped over her items and fell in his room. He finally made it to the bathroom, where Chelsea's cat startled him, and fell into the litter box.

The next morning, Chelsea was cooking Alan and Jake breakfast. Alan looked terrible. His eyes were swollen and he had scratch marks on his face from the cat. Chelsea told Alan that she hoped he wasn't allergic to the cat and Alan said the cat slept on his face. He asked Chelsea about her apartment, if anyone had rented it, and how much she was paying. She said someone did just start renting it out, and that she was paying $1800 a month. Alan then said that he loved living close to his family and knew he couldn't afford that. Alan had asked where Charlie was, and Chelsea said that Charlie said he was at a meeting. Jake said that when Charlie said that, it meant he was either playing poker or at a strip club. Meanwhile, that person who had just started renting Chelsea's apartment was Charlie, no surprise there! Charlie had ordered pizza. Gordon, the pizza delivery man, was at the door with Charlie's pizza. He had asked him what happened to the woman who used to live there. Charlie said she was engaged to him and living at his house. He said he was renting this place because he needed a weekend getaway. Gordon thought Charlie was the man and totally understood. Charlie said, "It's nice when someone gets you!"

So how long do you think Chelsea and Charlie will continue to live together? I'm not sure, but this is definitely a big step for Charlie! I felt a little bad for Alan though. Hopefully he will get his room back to the way it was.

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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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