Two and a Half Men, Ep 10.4: You Know What the Lollipop is For

I’d been seeing previews for this episode.  Mostly that included Miley Cyrus and her new hair.  And a tattoo.

Here is the CBS episode description:

 When Walden’s old family friend Missi (Miley Cyrus) comes to visit, he now finds her attractive at 19 but is horrified when she suggests he date her mom and starts feeling paranoid about getting old. Jake and Missi meet and fall for one another, but she ends their short-lived fling when she leaves to get back together with her boyfriend back home. Walden and Alan console Jake and the three of them bond over their relationship woes. …


The only problem I have with the description they give about this episode is that Walden and Alan never console Jake over Missi.  Jake and Missi hook up, and when he leaves, she says she has a boyfriend, and the episode ends.  We never see Jake being consoled. The only bonding that really happens is between Alan and Walden because Alan jokes about Walden’s memory loss.  Walden has a few good sight gags involving those jokes where he can’t remember what he was doing, why he was going upstairs.  He can’t remember what he forgot to remember.

But there are so many things wrong with this episode.  Aside from Alan wanting to creep all over a 19 year old Missi, he also wanted Walden to creep all over Missi.  And Walden was in a familiar situation in this episode.  In a 2004 episode, Camel Filters and Pheromones, Berta brings her 16 year old granddaughter (Meghan Fox) to work, causing all kinds of problems for the guys.  The twist is last night’s episode was that Missi wanted Walden to hook up with her mother.

I can’t say that I’m enjoying it this season, although so far it’s been better than last season.  Sadly, I think the show died with Charlie.  And the ratings boost was because of Ashton Kutcher, which is fine.  I’m not a fan, but he can be funny.  The show just isn’t what it used to be.  And Alan is getting creepier all around.  He used to be sad, but it was funny and not at all depressing.  Now it’s just beyond all that.

Will this be the last season?


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