History Headscratchers / TwoAndAHalfMen

11th Jan '16 11:23:33 PM Luppercus
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**Actually Alan says something like that at the end, that he now has to hire another lawyer, make the agreement invalid, etc., and that means more money.


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**** No matter what the writers feel about Sheen, they have the duty to write in a professional manner that not only make sense, is coherent with the characters and the continuity of the series. Itís call professionalism.
3rd Mar '15 4:15:59 PM jenmic
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That whole episode was non-sensical. The biggest one being that someone would get bored having sex with Heather Lockleal.

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That whole episode was non-sensical. The biggest one being that someone would get bored having sex with Heather Lockleal.Locklear.
28th Feb '15 8:26:03 PM TheRarispy
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* In the final episode, assuming that Charlie is indeed the one who left the cardboard cutouts of Alan and Walden in the beach house and spray-painted "KILL WALDEN" and "KILL ALAN" in the curtains, why didn't he then just hide somewhere in the house and wait for them to come home so that he can jump them right there?

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* In the final episode, assuming that Charlie is indeed the one who left the cardboard cutouts of Alan and Walden in the beach house and spray-painted "KILL WALDEN" and "KILL ALAN" in the curtains, why didn't he then just hide somewhere in the house and wait for them to come home so that he can jump them right there?there? (Besides the obvious reason of Charlie Sheen not being involved with the episode.)
28th Feb '15 8:25:24 PM TheRarispy
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* In the final episode, assuming that Charlie is indeed the one who left the cardboard cutouts of Alan and Walden in the beach house and spray-painted "KILL WALDEN" and "KILL ALAN" in the curtains, why didn't he then just hide somewhere in the house and wait for them to come home so that he can jump them right there?
31st Dec '14 7:57:32 PM nombretomado
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* How come JudyGreer, who already played Myra in season 6, was cast again as Bridget? Nobody noticed the two unrelated women look [[YouLookFamiliar extremely alike]]?

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* How come JudyGreer, Creator/JudyGreer, who already played Myra in season 6, was cast again as Bridget? Nobody noticed the two unrelated women look [[YouLookFamiliar extremely alike]]?
6th Dec '14 1:24:18 PM Business21
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** A bit of [[FridgeBrilliance Fridge Brilliance]]/[[WildMassGuess WMG]] here...if you recall, Charlie relentlessly chased Mia after she repeatedly told him she wasn't interested, didn't have time, wasn't ready for a relationship, etc. When he finally got her to relent to going out with him, it may have been part of the deal that he would have to make major changes to himself in order for her to get involved. [[StatusQuoIsGod Charlie being Charlie]], those plans eventually came up short, and the relationship failed. [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality We saw the story from his point of view]], but it is entirely possible that he bit off more than he could chew getting involved with a girl like Mia.
10th Nov '14 10:51:09 PM shamblingdead2
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* Speaking of sharks...Why didn't Walden just pay a surrogate, like Creator/RickyMartin ?
10th Nov '14 10:45:46 PM shamblingdead2
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* How come JudyGreer, who already played Myra in season 6, was cast again as Bridget? Nobody noticed the two unrelated women look extremely alike?

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* How come JudyGreer, who already played Myra in season 6, was cast again as Bridget? Nobody noticed the two unrelated women look [[YouLookFamiliar extremely alike?alike]]?
10th Nov '14 10:41:58 PM shamblingdead2
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*** It's also been shown on several occasions that Alan's business isn't doing very well. Remember when he tried to rent a chair in the mall?


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** This is kind of HollywoodLaw, but as most people understand California property law, all earnings ''after'' the marriage are communal, along with everything bought with those earnings. Therefore, Judith would be able to take them, or at least half the value of them, when they split. In real life the laws are more complicated, but it's a fair explanation for the sake of Alan and Judith's [[RuleOfFunny bitter divorce]].
8th Feb '14 4:31:13 PM ExtrovertFederalist
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*In the episode with Heather Locklear as Alan's lawyer, why does she ask him if Alan bought his books before or after he and Judith got married? If Alan bought all those books himself--which I'm assuming he did--then they are all ''his'' and Judith cannot legally take them away.
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