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"Dad and a Half" on the CBS Monday night schedule in The Muppets

Two and a Half Men is a CBS sitcom which ran from 2003 until 2015. The series follows a jingle writer, Charlie Harper, his uptight brother Alan, and Alan's troublesome son Jake. After Alan divorces, he and Jake move into Charlie's beachfront Malibu house and complicate Charlie's freewheeling life.

References

  • The schedule for CBS shown in the CDE's office in The Muppets spoofs the show with "Dad and a Half".

Muppet Mentions

  • In the episode, "The Spit-Covered Cobbler," Alan tells Charlie that Kandi may not be sophisticated, but she's street-smart to which Charlie replied, "Sesame Street-smart."
  • In the episode, "And the Plot Moistens," Alan talks to Charlie that he has trouble communicating to Kandi after lovemaking and Charlie replies that he should have thought of that before he started boinkin' a girl with the IQ of Tickle Me Elmo!
  • In the episode, "The Two Finger Rule," when Charlie, Alan, Gordon, Herb, and Jerome were talking about their first date, Herb told them he didn't start dating till he was in college at freshman year. Herb says he was a geek in high school and how everyone called him "Big Bird" that when he went to college, he stopped wearing yellow shirts and lowered his standards.
  • In the episode, "818-jklpuzo," Alan and Melissa had just finish skinny dipping and then they started talking to each other.
Melissa: Alan, what do you say we take a hot shower and unshrink the Snuffleupagus?
Alan: He'll be fine, it's Bert and Ernie I'm worried about. I think Bert has ascended to my rib cage.
Later Alan talks to Charlie after Melissa leaves to take a hot shower.
Alan: Now that we're seeing each other again the fact that she lives with her mom presents a problem.
Charlie: Why, because you tickled Mom's Elmo?
Alan: It was just light necking. I never touched her Elmo.
  • In the episode, "Bite Me, Supreme Court," Marty's friend says that he once did a show with Miss Piggy and says, "You know there's a guy under her?"

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