Two and a Half Men 9.08 "Thank You for the Intercourse" Review

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"It's got oats and corn and wheat. It's the sweetest breakfast treat. It's Maple, Maple, Maple-icious!"

For the most part, I wish the writers would stop continuing to focus on Charlie's character on Two and a Half Men, but I actually enjoyed this episode. Maybe it was because we got to revisit some of Charlie's jingles. The episode began with Walden singing the Maple Loops jingle and finding out from Alan that Charlie wrote it. Now Walden thinks Charlie was a genius, and he is curious why Alan doesn't talk about him much. That sets the ball rolling for Alan to finally mourn the loss of his brother. Maybe he waited too long to do so, but whatever the reason, the mourning process makes him crazy.

I expected very little from this episode knowing that it was going to focus heavily on Charlie. Unlike past episodes, however, I found the references to Charlie to be more of a tribute to the character than a slap in the face to Charlie Sheen. Well, that was the case until the end of the episode when Alan is laid up in a psychiatric hospital saying, "Winning!" Read More...


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