Two and a Half Men

Season 3 Episode 19

Golly Moses, She's A Muffin

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 10, 2006 on CBS
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Charlie is surprised to find out that Kandi has been living with them for the last three weeks. Alan is having a tough time helping Kandi earn a living. Charlie has lost his sense because of the dry-spell he is going through.

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  • The Conchata Farrell character is perfect with the quote. finally, a network, the writers, producers and actors all have enough guts to put a realistic language show. This includes Jake, the son of alan. lines and acting is exatly as a kid his age acts.moreless

    10
    This is both my favorite show and also my wife's favorite show on television. This particular episode was more than hysterical. The writing is most witty, sarcastic, realistic use of comedy langauge I have seen in years. My favorite shows of the past always had great writers along with the correct casting to deliver the material. Shows like MASH, All In The Family, Cheers, Wings and others all had both of these ingedients as well as all of them broke new ground in many of their episodes.



    This show has brought realistic dialogue to the tube, which makes it even funnier. There is nothing funnier or stranger than real life and this comes close.moreless
  • Good one. I hope that Kandy either becomes a main character or leaves altogether so that the show can go back to normal with the laugh out loud comedy

    7.7
    Yeah, it was alright. This season has had it's best moments, particularly the storyline. This season does lack in comedy action which is my only problem and it's kind of a big one. Now for my real review...



    Kandy found her way by starting a small job but it didn't go so well. There were some funny parts centered on Berta. Kandy's mom and Charlie together could be a possibility. It was a little out of character how it ended, Kandi moving out and going to live with Judith. Even though I miss the laughs that we used to get from the previous two seasons, the storylines for Season 3 have been better than ever before. These episodes contain continuing stories which run through various episodes.

    The plot of this one was good, just good though. I do miss the comedy. But yeah, this episode was not my strong point, though it is rather a fine example. So, I liked it!moreless
  • I'm still laughing

    10
    This had to be one of the best episodes of the show. I'm still laughing whenever I think of Kandi saying Chimichonga. Jake is so stupid he's funny. Berta was great as always. Judith and Kandi going out for drinks was great. I never would have predicted the ending in a million years.
  • Charlie is surprised when he realises that Candy has been living with them since 3 weeks. Alan is having a tough time finding a source for Candy's income. Charlie loses sense beacuse of teh dry phase he is going through.moreless

    10
    Golly Moses !! Candy is really a muffin. Girls just cant get hotter than Candy. What a voluptuous figure !! And to top it all she is dumb ! What else can a man want ? Lol. Two and a half men writers have hit top notch this time. A wonderfully hilarious episode. Easily the best episode of this series ever. I just couldn't sit on my seat. I fell down twice laughing. I simply love Berta's comic timing. I just wish the writers realise her potential and start giving her more lines. She was simply outastanding in this episode.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Berta: Just out of curiosity, when you leave here, where is it you go?
      Kandi: To the gym. I have to take care of my body, because it's my instrument.
      Berta: Mine, too. Three beers and a bratwurst, and my ass turns into a French horn.
      Kandi: Really? Whenever I have beer and bratwurst, I just fart a lot.

    • (Kandi answers the door in a bikini)
      Judith: I just don't think that outfit is appropriate for Jake.
      Kandi: Oh, I agree. He would look ridiculous in this.

    • Alan: (about the couch) Berta and I had a bet on how long it would take you to notice.
      Berta: I had 50 bucks on "never".

    • Jake: We had a surprise test today.
      Alan: And?
      Jake: I was really surprised.

    • Alan: Jake, what are we going to do? You've really fallen behind this year.
      Jake: I know, I think it's a delayed reaction to your divorce.
      Alan: Oh?
      Jake: Yeah, it took awhile, but my teachers have finally stopped feeling sorry for me.

    • Judith: What in God's name does she see in him?
      Charlie: Well, I don't have all the details, Mrs. Harper, but apparently when he's not being emasculated and demoralized on a daily basis, he's quite the lover.
      Judith: What's that supposed to mean?
      Charlie: You know what they say - your average man is like a field mule. If you don't beat him, he'll keep plowing all day long.
      Judith: Nobody says that.
      Charlie: You're hard to fool. Look, I don't mean to be rude, but I'm tired of talking to you. (shuts door in her face)

    • (comparing Alan and Charlie as lovers)
      Kandi: With you, sex is kinda like going on space mountain. It's a good ride, but there's never any real danger. With Alan, it's like being in the back seat of a car driven by a really smart kangaroo. He may go up on the curb a couple times, but he'll get you there.

    • (Berta and Charlie are watching Kandi on the deck sunbathing)
      Berta: Okay, I haven't sampled anything from the other side of the buffet since I traveled with the Grateful Dead, but golly Moses, she's a muffin.

    • Alan: What are you doing here?
      Charlie: You know, I was asking myself the same thing. So I did a little research, and it turns out, it's my house!

    • Alan: Boy am I thirsty.
      Kandi: That's 'cause you sweat so much during sex.
      Alan: Hey, I may not have the biggest boat in the marina, but nobody rows harder than me.
      Kandi: You have a boat?
      Alan: No, sweetie, what I meant was...
      Charlie: Hey, hey, hey, some of us don't want to hear about your little dinghy.

    • Charlie: Congratulations, Alan, it looks like you've officially boinked her brains out.
      Alan: Okay, so she's not overly sophisticated.
      Berta: "Sophisticated?" She's two marbles rolling around in a tin can.
      Alan: Hey, hey, she's got a great heart, she's warm and loving, and she genuinely cares for me.
      Berta: I stand corrected... one marble.

  • NOTES (1)

    • The German episode title is "Meine Nichte sitzt im Knast", meaning "My Niece Sits in Jail". The French title is "Auprès de ma brune", meaning "With My Brunette". The Italian title is "Una scimmia di troppo", meaning "One Monkey too Many". The Spanish title is "Recristo, menuda jaca", meaning "Wow, Tiny Chick".

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