Two and a Half Men

Season 2 Episode 11

Last Chance to See Those Tattoos

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 13, 2004 on CBS
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Episode Summary

After getting unusually turned down at a bar, Charlie learns that a website has been made dedicated to exposing his lifestyle. Charlie sets out to find who created the site, making amends to all those he stood up, but it's harder than it looks when all the women take the apology better than expected.moreless

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  • Another fantastic episode, despite the fact that it's like my twelfth time watching it

    Entertaining and hilarious. Charlie Harper is sacked by a website while Alan has the thoughts of pro's and con's for getting back together with Judith.

    The real laughter came from Berta when Alan told her that he had second thoughts on getting back together with Judith. Man, she brings real craziness to this show along with every episode that she appears on.

    My favourite part was when Charlie fell down the steps. I was almost off the chair at the time. So, Jake and his father on webcam with nothing interesting to say, how funny.

    So, overall, I liked it about the same as the previous episode. The show is now at one of it's highest ratings for me and definitely in my top ten shows. Awesome...moreless
  • A website about Charlie.

    A few trivia notes. The actress that played Tina in this episode (Jennifer Taylor) would go on to join the cast full-time as Chelsea, but this viewer is left wondering what made Chuck Lorre decide to bring her in full-time. The website bashing Charlie was also very similar to an episode of How I Met Your Mother with the Ted Mosby site.

    Anyway, this episode had some very funny moments, but I would be hard-pressed to call it one of the best. In comparison to the remainder of the season this was a fairly strong offering of Two and a Half Men.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Berta: Last chance to see those tattoos!
      Alan: No, thanks.
      Berta: I can make the Road Runner do jumping jacks!

    • Alan: My failed marriage is like a dead dog. But it serves as fertilizer for the shrub, which represents my new life. So if I try to revitalize the marriage, you know, digging up the dog, then I'm killing the shrub, which is me.
      Berta: Like you said, it's apt.
      Alan: Thank you Berta, you're a very insightful woman.
      Berta: I know. In a just world, you'll be washing my shorts.

    • Berta: (regarding Alan's decision to reconcile with Judith) You're not really thinking about going back, are you?
      Alan: I don't know. She wants to, but I'm torn.
      Berta: You're not torn, you're gutless. Do you still love her?
      Alan: Of course I do. I mean, you know, we've been through a lot of things together. She's the mother of my son.
      Berta: Okay, listen to me Zippy. If that's all it took to make a marriage, I'd have a husband for each one of my tattoos.

    • (reading the website)
      Alan: "Frequently Asked Questions".
      Charlie: Don't read that.
      Alan: Yeah, right. Uhh, okay. "Question: How long can you expect to date Charlie after you have sex with him? Answer: It depends how late you sleep the next morning."

    • Charlie: Listen to this. "Has anybody had sex with Charlie where he actually bothered to take his socks off?" It's just mean. I have bad circulation in my feet. They get cold.

  • NOTES (5)

    • Jennifer Bini Taylor, who plays Tina in this episode, was later recast in the series as Chelsea, Charlie's girlfriend turned fiancée.

    • The German episode title is "Der Busch bin ich", meaning "The Bush is Me". The French title is "Internet c'est pas toujours net", meaning "The Internet Isn't Always Clear". The Italian title is "Charlie e il sito", meaning "Charlie and the Website". The Spanish title is "Última Oportunidad de ver los Tatuajes", an exact translation.

    • You can actually find the featured "" website on the internet. The site has many of the comments featured on the show, such as some of the frequently asked questions.

    • This is the first of Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's two, unrelated appearances on Two and a Half Men. She can also be seen in season three's "Hi, Mr. Horned One".

    • Holland Taylor (Evelyn) didn't appear in the original airing of this episode.