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[[WMG: Melissa burned down Lyndsey's house]]
* The last we saw of Melissa was when Charlie told her where Alan was. Does anyone else think it possible that she saw that Alan was with another woman all along and burned her place down as revenge?


[[WMG: Two and a Half Men is an alternate universe sitcom of the SonicTheHedgehog series.]]

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[[WMG: Two and a Half Men is an alternate universe sitcom of the SonicTheHedgehog VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog series.]]


* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Creator/ChuckLorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accused Creator/ChuckLorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us that's not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]

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* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Creator/ChuckLorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accused Creator/ChuckLorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us that's not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding RevisedEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]


...and it will be the show's CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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...and it will be the show's CrowningMomentOfAwesome.SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.


[[WMG: Charlie is a TimeLord.]]

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[[WMG: Charlie is a TimeLord.JustForFun/TimeLord.]]


We haven't really met the other neighbors, but maybe one of the families is part of a [[RosemarysBaby satanic cult that impregnated Judith]]. The traumatic experience turned her off of sex. Jake, while seemingly stupid, has some charm and manages to get what he wants. Eventually, he'll manage to get a powerful leadership position and take over the world.

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We haven't really met the other neighbors, but maybe one of the families is part of a [[RosemarysBaby [[Film/RosemarysBaby satanic cult that impregnated Judith]]. The traumatic experience turned her off of sex. Jake, while seemingly stupid, has some charm and manages to get what he wants. Eventually, he'll manage to get a powerful leadership position and take over the world.


* In one episode, Charlie intends to get a vasectomy, and the doctor is interrupted (with a phone call about his baby being born) in the nick of time to prevent the operation from being performed. Charlie decides it's a sign from God that he really is meant to have a child someday, so he never does get his vasectomy. But it was neither a sign from God nor a coincidence; rather, April did it because of course she doesn't want the natural version of Charlie replaced with a sterilized version. April knew that the doctor's wife was expecting, and the phone call announcing the wife was in labor was not really from an authoritative source, but from April faking the announcement so that she would interrupt Charlie's appointment. The wife's pregnancy wasn't at that exact time, and the doctor didn't find out until after Charlie had gone home (just as Charlie and the audience never found out). In fact, April is making a subtle confession when Charlie talks about "a higher power" giving him a sign, and April AnswersToTheNameOfGod in this conversation.

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* In one episode, Charlie intends to get a vasectomy, and the doctor is interrupted (with a phone call about his baby being born) in the nick of time to prevent the operation from being performed. Charlie decides it's a sign from God that he really is meant to have a child someday, so he never does get his vasectomy. But it was neither a sign from God nor a coincidence; rather, April Rose did it because of course she doesn't want the natural version of Charlie replaced with a sterilized version. April Rose knew that the doctor's wife was expecting, and the phone call announcing the wife was in labor was not really from an authoritative source, but from April Rose faking the announcement so that she would interrupt Charlie's appointment. The wife's pregnancy wasn't at that exact time, and the doctor didn't find out until after Charlie had gone home (just as Charlie and the audience never found out). In fact, April Rose is making a subtle confession when Charlie talks about "a higher power" giving him a sign, and April Rose AnswersToTheNameOfGod in this conversation.


* In one episode, Charlie intends to get a vasectomy, and the doctor is interrupted (with a phone call about his baby being born) in the nick of time to prevent the operation from being performed. Charlie decides it's a sign from God that he really is meant to have a child someday, so he never does get his vasectomy. But it was neither a sign from God nor a coincidence; rather, April did it because of course she doesn't want the natural version of Charlie replaced with a sterilized version. April knew that the doctor's wife was expecting, and the phone call announcing the wife was in labor was not really from an authoritative source, but from April faking the announcement so that she would interrupt Charlie's appointment. In fact, April is making a subtle confession when Charlie talks about "a higher power" giving him a sign, and April AnswersToTheNameOfGOd in this conversation. April is a great enough Chessmaster to pull this off.

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* In one episode, Charlie intends to get a vasectomy, and the doctor is interrupted (with a phone call about his baby being born) in the nick of time to prevent the operation from being performed. Charlie decides it's a sign from God that he really is meant to have a child someday, so he never does get his vasectomy. But it was neither a sign from God nor a coincidence; rather, April did it because of course she doesn't want the natural version of Charlie replaced with a sterilized version. April knew that the doctor's wife was expecting, and the phone call announcing the wife was in labor was not really from an authoritative source, but from April faking the announcement so that she would interrupt Charlie's appointment. The wife's pregnancy wasn't at that exact time, and the doctor didn't find out until after Charlie had gone home (just as Charlie and the audience never found out). In fact, April is making a subtle confession when Charlie talks about "a higher power" giving him a sign, and April AnswersToTheNameOfGOd AnswersToTheNameOfGod in this conversation. April is a great enough Chessmaster to pull this off.conversation.

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[[WMG: The phone call that interrupted Charlie's vasectomy]]
* In one episode, Charlie intends to get a vasectomy, and the doctor is interrupted (with a phone call about his baby being born) in the nick of time to prevent the operation from being performed. Charlie decides it's a sign from God that he really is meant to have a child someday, so he never does get his vasectomy. But it was neither a sign from God nor a coincidence; rather, April did it because of course she doesn't want the natural version of Charlie replaced with a sterilized version. April knew that the doctor's wife was expecting, and the phone call announcing the wife was in labor was not really from an authoritative source, but from April faking the announcement so that she would interrupt Charlie's appointment. In fact, April is making a subtle confession when Charlie talks about "a higher power" giving him a sign, and April AnswersToTheNameOfGOd in this conversation. April is a great enough Chessmaster to pull this off.


[[WMG: Charlie and Alan are an alternate universe version of [[TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody Zack and Cody.]]]]

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[[WMG: Charlie and Alan are an alternate universe version of [[TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody [[Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody Zack and Cody.]]]]


** And it will be a parody of the {{Dallas}} dream season with Alan waking up to find Charlie in the shower. It will be awesome.

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** And it will be a parody of the {{Dallas}} ''Series/{{Dallas}}'' dream season with Alan waking up to find Charlie in the shower. It will be awesome.


[[WMG: Charlie was traumitized as a child]]

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[[WMG: Charlie was traumitized traumatized as a child]]



*** This was made blatantly obvious in the season four episode "Apologies For The Frivolities", in which Charlie dates Lydia, a real estate agent who everyone notices is an exact clone of Evelyn, personality-wise(though it takes Charlie himself a while to admit it). When Lydia brings her own two young sons over to the beach house for a playdate with Jake, she goes out of her way to humiliate and belittle the two boys in front of everyone. It is ''strongly'' implied that Lydia's treatment of her sons is virtually identical to Evelyn's treatment of Charlie and Alan growing up. No wonder they loathe her so much and have issues with women in general.
**** The real WildMassGuessing entry--and even this is not that far-fetched when one thinks about it--is that Charlie and Alan were sexually abused by Evelyn. Suddenly both brothers' attitudes towards, and relationships with, women makes a lot more sense: Evelyn molested Charlie and Alan and then told them that they didn't satisfy her sexually so therefore they will never be able to satisfy any woman. As a result, Charlie wishes to rape Evelyn by overpowering and degrading every substitute mother he has a relationship with while Alan is still the weak, insecure, needy little boy grovelling for Evelyn's approval.

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*** This was made blatantly obvious in the season four episode "Apologies For The Frivolities", in which Charlie dates Lydia, a real estate agent who everyone notices is an exact clone of Evelyn, personality-wise(though it takes Charlie himself a while to admit it). When Lydia brings her own two young sons over to the beach house for a playdate play-date with Jake, she goes out of her way to humiliate and belittle the two boys in front of everyone. It is ''strongly'' implied that Lydia's treatment of her sons is virtually identical to Evelyn's treatment of Charlie and Alan growing up. No wonder they loathe her so much and have issues with women in general.
**** The real WildMassGuessing entry--and even this is not that far-fetched when one thinks about it--is that Charlie and Alan were sexually abused by Evelyn. Suddenly both brothers' attitudes towards, and relationships with, women makes a lot more sense: Evelyn molested Charlie and Alan and then told them that they didn't satisfy her sexually so therefore they will never be able to satisfy any woman. As a result, Charlie wishes to rape Evelyn by overpowering and degrading every substitute mother he has a relationship with while Alan is still the weak, insecure, needy little boy grovelling for Evelyn's approval.approval who likewise treats every woman he sleeps with with as a substitute mother.



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****The real WildMassGuessing entry--and even this is not that far-fetched when one thinks about it--is that Charlie and Alan were sexually abused by Evelyn. Suddenly both brothers' attitudes towards, and relationships with, women makes a lot more sense: Evelyn molested Charlie and Alan and then told them that they didn't satisfy her sexually so therefore they will never be able to satisfy any woman. As a result, Charlie wishes to rape Evelyn by overpowering and degrading every substitute mother he has a relationship with while Alan is still the weak, insecure, needy little boy grovelling for Evelyn's approval.


* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Chuck Lorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accussed Chuck Lorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us that's not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]

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* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Chuck Lorre Creator/ChuckLorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accussed Chuck Lorre accused Creator/ChuckLorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us that's not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]



* Theory one: Charlie will die. Possibly murdered like the guy Chuck Lorre modeled after. The cause for that one would be if Alan murders him after he can't take his abuse anymore. He pins it on some girl or boyfriend of a girl Charlie had sex with or even Rose. The show's final shot will have him sport a SlasherSmile. An alternative would be Rose to fill the "Crazy stripper that shoots guy based on Charlie Harper" that was in the real life version and everyone will be remorsing/CliffHanger ending. Bonus points for having her say "Goodnight Monkeyman" before offing him as this is part of her first lines in the pilot.

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* Theory one: Charlie will die. Possibly murdered like the guy Chuck Lorre Creator/ChuckLorre modeled after. The cause for that one would be if Alan murders him after he can't take his abuse anymore. He pins it on some girl or boyfriend of a girl Charlie had sex with or even Rose. The show's final shot will have him sport a SlasherSmile. An alternative would be Rose to fill the "Crazy stripper that shoots guy based on Charlie Harper" that was in the real life version and everyone will be remorsing/CliffHanger ending. Bonus points for having her say "Goodnight Monkeyman" before offing him as this is part of her first lines in the pilot.



* Confirmed by Chuck Lorre by tmz

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* Confirmed by Chuck Lorre Creator/ChuckLorre by tmz


[[WMG: CBS will be pulling in damage control over the finale, kind of like what they did with HowIMetYourMother.]]
* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Chuck Lorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accussed Chuck Lorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us thats not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like HowIMetYourMother when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]

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[[WMG: CBS will be pulling in damage control over the finale, kind of like what they did with HowIMetYourMother.''Series/HowIMetYourMother''.]]
* There were a lot of people who were angered by the last scene of the series of a [[spoiler: Charlie Sheen lookalike getting crushed by a Piano. In which it ends with Chuck Lorre saying "Winning" [[TakeThatMe until he gets crushed by one too]].]] A lot of people have accussed Chuck Lorre of being a petty vindictive JerkAss who really can't let things go and that the finale was one last attempt to spite Charlie Sheen (who wanted to be in the finale) but Lorre denied him that out of spite. However [[spoiler: the card at the finale tries to assure us thats that's not the case as Sheen originally was going to appear in the finale. But Charlie Sheen didn't like Lorre's Piano-dropping gag and it was a bit too late to really change the ending. Not too mention on how they did acknowledge that they figured that a lot of people would be really disappointed that Charlie Sheen did not appear in the finale which turned out to be true.]] So kind of like HowIMetYourMother ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' when this show's final season is on DVD they will pull in an AlternateEnding to help please viewers who were angered by the original one. [[spoiler: Now whether if they will do Charlie Sheen's proposed idea that they do a scene where they pull a SequelHook namely set things up for a spin-off series with Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer called "The Harpers" is anyone's guess.]]

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