Two and a Half Men

Season 3 Episode 6

Hi, Mr. Horned One

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 24, 2005 on CBS
out of 10
User Rating
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Episode Summary

Ignoring Alan's warnings, Charlie continues to date Isabella until she threatens to put a curse on his manhood.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Charlie Sheen is MAGIC!

    I watch ALL the "Sheen" reruns! Goes to show you he made Two and a Half Men GOLD! I respect what Ashton has tried to do and Jon is just a comedic genius but the show is CRAZY without CHARLIE SHEEN! I'm hoping the blazing duo, Sheen & Cryer, will reunite on AGE MANAGEMENT after Two and a Half concludes. Actually, his whole staff, especially Angus, would be a great treat! Charlie Sheen RULES!!!!! WE ALL KNOW HE'S THE BEST! HE PREVAILS! GOD LOVE HIM - WE ALL TALENT MADE CHUCK LORRE A RICH MAN IN THIS SITCOM. I JUST DIDN'T CARE FOR THE CHELSEA REST, CHARLIE MADE GOLD! SHE PULLED DOWN THE SHOW.

  • This episode was absolutely hilarious! The girl friend totally intimidated the housekeeper, Alan, and Jake.

    This episode was absolutely hilarious! The girl friend,a witch, totally intimidated the housekeeper, Alan, and Jake. She tried to seduce not only Charlie, but also Jake when she tried to get Jake to sell his soul to "the horned one." Fortunately for Jake's immortal soul, his dad intervened in time. Toward the end of the show, Alan and Charlie's mom, Evelyn, showed up dressed as the Wicked Witch of the West for her Halloween party. The girlfriend, who had cast a curse on Alan, causing him havoc, was blackmailing Charlie to impregnate her with the horned one. Upon seeing Judith she rapidly became subservient, apologized for having anything to do with Judith's sons, and got out fast. Mom made it appear that she knew the girlfriend from a pilates class, but everyone knew that she actually knew her from Mom being a much superior witch. The final scene with Charlie, Alan, and Jake dressed as the flying monkeys from Oz and Evelyn giving an excellent wicked witch laugh was fabulous. I highly recommend this Halloween episode.moreless
  • Halloween it was for sure, nice episode and a big improvement over last week

    Isabella has appeared on Two and a half men before as Gail on the eleventh episode of the second season. I reckon Jake was the best tonight. His cute passion was the hilarious goods. Isabelle was hilarious, and the whole plot of tonight sank deep into Charlie and Alan when she threatened to put a curse on Charlie's manhood. Alan came out with a black eye. I got to say, out of the whole plot, the best of the best was when Evelyn the witch barged in through the door. Immediately she recognised Isabella and had some sort of power to get Isabella out of the house and away with it. Yes, it was the one and only halloween episode. Great stuff, a little hilarious but more and more great storylines! A major improvement over the last episode anyway.moreless
  • The proof of Evelyn being Satan theory LOL

    Charlie starts dating Isabella, a creepy girl who is covered with tattooes and has a weird attitude. Alan thinks she might be a bad influence for Jake, so Isabella puts a curse on Alan. Charlie tries to put a stop on their relationship, until she threatens to put a curse on his manhood.

    I've seen this episode like a hundred times, and today I saw it again so I decided to review it. This episode was so so funny. More than funny, it was hilarous. Everything that happened to Alan and when Charlie almost joins the stanic cult because of the curse on his manhood were so funny! At the end Evelyn shows up and Isabella runs away, scared. This might be a proof of harlie's theory of Evelyn being Satan.moreless
  • Hysterical!

    Another fine product of Cryer, Sheen, and Smith! This episode was comical, and another reminder of why this show is a staple in my Monday Night tv diet.

    Berta! Every episode, she is hysterical.

    The ending with the Mother as the Wicked Witch with her monkeys... classic! The scary thing was how well the three guys pulled off the monkey act.

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Alan: Isabella, I hate to be a fuddy-duddy, but we try to keep the house smoke-free.
      Isabella: I'm sorry. (puts her cigarette out in Jake's cereal) Charlie didn't say anything when I was smoking in bed last night.
      Alan: Yeah, well, Charlie's lungs aren't always on the same page as his penis.

    • Berta: (to Isabella) Hey, Vampira, tell Count Humpula to get out of bed so I can change his sheets.

    • Berta: (seeing Alan's swollen eye) Great googooly moogoolies! What the hell happened to you?
      Alan: I'm not sure..
      Berta: Looks like you got bitten in the face by one of them Ebola monkeys.
      Alan: I don't think so, Berta.
      Berta: I mean, you were not exactly eye candy going in but... now. Woof! You could scare the flies off a manure truck!

    • Alan: (about Isabella) I think this woman tried to put a curse on me.
      Charlie: Oh, please! Who of us haven't done that? To know you is to curse you.

    • Jake: She was showing me her tattoos.
      Alan: Lucky you. There was a time when you had to pay a quarter and go into a tent to see that. Now it's right at your breakfast table.

    • Isabella: People like you have been persecuting people like me for thousands of years.
      Alan: Hmmm. Well, that's a bit hard to believe seeing as people like me have been historically victims and food.

  • NOTES (2)