Two and a Half Men

Rough Night in Hump Junction (aka His Ugly Bundle) - S5-E15

Continuity mistake: When Charlie is with Mia and her father comes in, she's saying: "Daddy, this is Charlie, remember I told you about him." Back when Mia and Charlie were dating, he actually met Mia's parents at least twice.

Kinda Like Necrophilia - S5-E10

Continuity mistake: As Alan runs away screaming about betrayal, Berta begins to pour Charlie a cup of coffee. Charlie's first two or three fingers are hooked through the handle of the cup. The shot changes and Berta is still pouring but now Charlie's index finger is alongside the rim of the cup.

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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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Frankenstein and the Horny Villagers - S2-E8

Berta: Well gadzooks! Zippy's got his freak on.
Charlie: Yeah he has.
Berta: Well if they can put a man on the moon they can put a woman on your brother.
(00:03:04)

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Trivia: Charlie Sheen puts his jacket on the same way his father Martin Sheen did in the series The West Wing.

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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.

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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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