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Two and a Half Men 12 Seasons 2006

Season 3
(141) IMDb 8/10

22. Just Once with Aunt Sophie TV-NR CC

When a cute girl from Jake's school invites Jake to a party, Charlie butts in on Alan's milestone moment with his son by offering his own words of wisdom on women. While Alan feels somewhat jealous that Charlie is taking over, he realizes he also feels envious that his son is receiving some solid advice on scoring with women that he wishes his brother had taught him.

Starring:
Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
May 8, 2006

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Lee Aronsohn
Starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer
Supporting actors Angus T. Jones, Ralph Cole Jr., Stephanie Brown
Season year 2006
Network CBS
Producers Lee Aronsohn, Susan Beavers, Joe Bella, Mark Burg, Michael Collier, Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky, Oren Koules, Toti Levine, Chuck Lorre, Tatiana Nell, Jim Patterson, Mark Roberts, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on March 2, 2008
Format: DVD
I've reviewed the other two seasons because I love this show so much, and this season still has it. It's managed to stay fresh and funny and still thoroughly enjoyable. The majority of main cast members have recieved Emmy nominations and it's not hard to see why.
Here is a run down of the episodes in this dvd set;

WEEKEND IN BANGKOK WITH TWO OLYMPIC GYMNASTS - After Alan falls off the roof, Charlie has to look after the adolescent and increasingly obnoxious Jake for the weekend.

PRINCIPAL GALLAGHER'S LEZBIAN LOVER - Alan has to lobby the principal to keep Jake from getting expelled, while Charlie is left to manage the chiropractic office for the day.

CARPET BURNS AND A BITE MARK - After it's revealed Alan and Judith have been trying to reconcile, Charlie, Evelyn, and Rose vie for the role of spoiler.

YOUR DISMISSIVE ATTITUDE TOWARDS B**BS - Alan looks for a new place after he invites Berta to stay at Charlie's house, bringing the brothers to blows.

WE CALLED IT MR PINKY - Charlie's inability to reciprocate his girlfriend's love forces him to examine his relationships with women.

HI, MR HORNED ONE - Charlie's Satan-worshiping girlfriend has a knack for the supernatural, and seems to be the cause of some strange happenings around the Harper house.

SLEEP TIGHT, PUDDIN POP - Charlie gets drunk and sleeps with Rose on her birthday. Rose says she knows it's no big deal. But her father quickly shows up at Charlie's house, under the impression that they've been dating for two years.

THAT VOODOO THAT I DO DO - Charlie bribes Jake into taking ballet lessons so he can vie for the affections of the teacher. Things go awry, however, when Charlie and Jake find themselves competing for those affections.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Blount on August 30, 2008
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I totally enjoy this series but was a little disappointed when Warner Brothers decided not to include the episode guide insert as they did in the 2 previous seasons. This was the only drawback that I see thus far - otherwise CBS has a sure-fire hit with this top notch show! Please Warner Brothers make these available to Season 3 & all future seasons!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Foreman on May 31, 2008
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Season three was by far the best season to date (seasons 1-5). Mainly because of the character Mia played by Emmanuelle Vaugier. AKA; without a doubt, the biggest mistake Charlie has made yet. And the show has never had a better recurring guest role than that of Mia. With that said, every season (again, to date) was great, but season three beats 1,2,4 & 5 - hands down.
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Two and a Half Men was really funny when Charlie Sheen was in his role on the sitcom, and Angus Young was also priceless as the young kid. Charlie of course did a terrible thing reciting his own anger at one of the producers. Anybody, technical people or actors, that you definitely do not offend a producer of a show. I half wonder if Charlie and Angus knew that Angus' age would make him not a little kid anymore, and the show would not be nearly as funny, so they made a pact-decision with one of the producers of the TV show. Charlie would be upset, he would be fired from the show, Angus didn't have to be on the show nearly as much, and the show would deal with the outcome of any "shenanigans" that the public might perceive happened. In my opinion maybe, that one of the producers wasn't really mad, Charlie didn't really offend one of the producers, and the show has gone on regardless of how Charlie's' character would be "eliminated" from the cast. I have not liked the show since. It's not nearly close to being funny anymore, which is probably what the producers, Angus, and Charlie knew it would be, and they decided to make a "disaster" of Charlie's character going away, dying as it was made.
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I will eventually buy all of the seasons that included Charlie Sheen, but I started with this one because it has some of my all time favorite episodes, especially the ones where Alan is dating Kandi! "Ergo, the booty call" gets me laughing so hard I almost wet myself! And the episode I refer to as "22˝, Good for you!" when Kandi's car catches fire and then she needs a root canal. This season also contains some of my favorite episodes for Charlie, including "Hi, Mr. Horned One"! And I also prefer the seasons when Jake is younger and the writers so effectively play on his naivety. Great season, great shows! Definitely a must have season!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Medick on June 4, 2008
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When there's nothing on Television to watch, I always put in a "Two and a Half Men". I only plan on watching one or two episodes, but end up watching more. Always a pick me up and a good laugh.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John. N on June 28, 2011
Format: DVD
When it comes to TV, there aren't too many shows I follow anymore. Men's been one of the chosen programs I'll make time for, but now that the Charlie Sheen era is obviously over I would just like to grab the eight or so seasons of the show that currently exist and call it a day. After immensely enjoying seasons one and two on DVD, I picked up season three even though it was a little more expensive than the previous seasons. After watching it I wish I had waited for a price drop. To put it plainly, season three of Two and Half Men is good, but some of the story arcs are insipid.

The trouble beings in "That Voodoo That I Do Do" picks up in "Humiliation is a Visual Medium" through ""My Tongue is Meat" and finally ends with "Arguments for the Quickie" and "That Pistol-Packin' Hermaphrodite." In case you don't catch the connection between those episodes, they're the ones centered on Charlie's "no-sex" relationship with Mia. Introduce a terrible character and just watch how terrible things get. I'm not saying there isn't any fun to be had in these episodes, but the bad starts to outweigh the good even with dimwitted Kandi entering the picture.

Adding to the negatives are boorish guest appearances by Cloris Leachman ("Madame and Her Special Friend") and Jon Lovitz ("The Unfortunate Little Schnauser") that only serve to annoy and make one reflect back on and wish for the brilliant Charlie, Jake and Alan-based episodes that start off the set. If anything, season three tries a bit too hard and over complicates a simple formula that hasn't hit its expiration date yet. Generally, the problematic episodes are fine enough when seen on TV where they don't play in order and quick succession of one another but in an environment where they do their weaknesses are quickly punished.
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