Two and a Half Men
Episode Title Mistakes
Show generally3
Season 1
Season 1 generally0
2Big Flappy Bastards1
3Go East on Sunset Until You Reach the Gates of Hell0
4If I Can't Write My Chocolate Song I'm Going to Take a Nap0
5The Last Thing You Want Is to Wind Up With a Hump0
6Did You Check With the Captain of the Flying Monkeys?1
7If They Do Go Either Way, They're Usually Fake0
8Twenty-Five Little Pre-pubers Without a Snoot-ful0
9Phase One, Complete0
10Merry Thanksgiving0
11Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor0
12Camel Filters + Pheromones1
13Sara Like Puny Alan0
14I Can't Afford Hyenas1
15Round One to the Hot Crazy Chick (1)2
16That Was Saliva, Alan (2)0
17Ate The Hamburgers, Wearing The Hats1
18An Old Flame With a New Wick1

Yes, Monsignor - S2-E9

Continuity mistake: Alan is sitting at the kitchen table talking to his son Jake about a math test on which Jake got a bad grade. At the beginning of the scene Alan holds the open test in his left hand. When the camera switches back to him a second later the test is now in his right hand. Finally at the end of the scene the test is back in his left hand but is now folded. (00:04:50)

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I Can't Afford Hyenas - S1-E14

Charlie: Your dad owns a bank?
Rose: Well no. Me, my brother and sister own 49%.
Charlie: Really.
Charlie: What about your mum?
Rose: Oh she doesn't have a bank.
Charlie: Oh.
Rose: She's in oil.

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Trivia: The second TV series in which Charlie Sheen's character has been named "Charlie." The first was Spin City.

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Question: Are laws in USA really that strict about alimony for the ex wife? Because Jake spends equal time with his both of his parents, why would Alan have to pay Judith any kind of money? If Alan wouldn't be in touch with Jake, and Jake would live with his mother all the time, in that case alimony would make sense. And even more bizarre thing, why on earth does Alan have to pay alimony to Kandi? They didn't had kids, they were just a married couple which divorced, and continue to live their lives like before.


Chosen answer: You have confused alimony with child support. Alimony is an obligation to provide financial support for a former spouse. Usually it's an obligation to the spouse who made more money during the marriage.

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