Two and a Half Men

Season 4 Episode 15

My Damn Stalker

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 12, 2007 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Rose is moving to London, and Charlie is surprised by his reaction to the news. Alan lies to a woman he met online.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • rose leaves no!

    In this episod it starts with Rose trying to talk to Charlie but he refuses and them Alan meets his online girlfriend and she is too tall man. Them at the bar Rose meets Charlie and heres a funny line from the bar. "What would you have? Grain alcohol. We don't have Grain Alcohol. Okay them just a Sprite" Rose is funny and She tells Charlie that she is moving to London and Charlie doesn't bevieve her and after telling Jake, Charlie gets mad "Rose come out here you Crazy Bi**h!" I just laugh that line and I wish Rose was messing with Charlie and she leaves NOO and Alan got punkedmoreless
  • 415

    Rose was such a crucial part of this show. Although the role of Charlie's stalker seems like it is not necessary, I cannot count how many times an episode got off to a bad start yet quickly turned around when she climbed onto his deck out of nowhere, or appeared in his bedroom uninvited. A primtime sitcom featuring a character like this was unprecedented and I really think Two and a Half Men made a mistake not keeping her on the show. At least she went out in one of the best season four episodes of the program; that's the positive here.moreless
  • Rose moves to England

    Alan starts dating a woman he met in a dating profile, where he says that he owns a Malibu beach house and is the quiropractor to the stars. Rose tells Charlie she's moving to England, but he think is just one of his tricks.

    Thie episode was amazing! This certainly was one of the best episodes in Season 4! This episode was so funny! And the plot is just great! The whole Rose moving to England deal and Alan is going out with a girl and he ends up tied to a bed were so great! The episode is certainly one of my fave eps in season four Two and a Half Men.moreless
  • A very sad, but very great episode. Rose has moved to London while the ending leads to Alan being tied to his own bed

    Great episode. There, that starts it off.

    Okay, it was very sad I can admit. Rose has really gone and somehow I knew it this time. I will miss having her around because of her role in this show.

    On the other story, Alan started dating an older woman. That was a funny story, especially in the dramatic final scene where he was tied to his bed. What the heck? Lol.

    But the fact that Rose is really gone was the high suspense on this episode. Nothing made me laugh because this was more an emotional one, she'll be missed. I hope she returns one day as a main cast member.

    Overall, very great episode because of both the emotion and the suspense. The low comedy didn't matter in this case. We'll miss you Rose!moreless
  • Rose is moving to London, and Charlie is surprised by his reaction to the news. Alan lies to a woman he met online.

    I loved this episode. It was funny and sad at the same time. I can not believe that Rose is gone. It was so funny when Alan met his date. I love it when his date said that she was 5' 13". It was just too funny. The writers wrote the script for this episode beautifully. They are very talented. This episode was amazing. It was the perfect Two And A Half Men episode. It was so dramatic and comical, and the acting was great too. This is Two And A Half Men at its finest. It is another great installment.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (10)

    • (Rose is getting ready to leave)
      Rose: Oh, I almost forgot. I thought you should have this. It's our first restraining order. Look how shaky your signature was. You were so spooked.

    • Alan: I'm not gay. I'm literate and urbane, and that confuses people.

    • Rose: Hey, Charlie, got a minute? I'd like to talk to you privately.
      Charlie: Now is not a good time, Rose.
      Rose: Will you call me later?
      Charlie: Sure.
      Rose: Promise?
      Charlie: Yeah.
      Rose: Cross your heart and hope to die?
      Charlie: Yes!
      Rose: Stick a needle in your eye.
      Charlie: Okay...
      Rose: Boil in oil until you fry?
      Charlie: Dear God, Rose, I will call you.
      Rose: Tootles..
      (Rose leaves)
      Alan: You're not gonna call her, are you?
      Charlie: Nah, I think I'm gonna go with the needle in the eye.

    • Alan: I guess that the bar is not set very high.
      Beverly: You have not done much online dating before; you cleared it with a penis and a job.

    • Alan: Play play along....You will play along, won't you?
      Charlie: I guess we will find out together.

    • Beverly: I guess you've noticed I'm a little taller than 5'9".
      Alan: Oh, yeah, but, uh, everybody fudges a little on those dating profiles. How tall are you?
      Beverly: 5'13".

    • Charlie: When did you get married?
      Leanne: Shortly after the last time I woke up in your bed with cab fare taped to my forehead.

    • Jake: Hey, Berta, wanna hear something cool? The ancient Romans had a place called a vomitorium where people could eat as much as they wanted, puke, and then eat some more.
      Berta: Well, just like the Sizzler.

    • Charlie: Morning, Rose. (turns and whispers to Berta) What's going on?
      Berta: She's helping Yertle the Turtle study for his test.
      Charlie: (still whispering) Why didn't he ask me?
      Berta: Name three contributions the Roman Empire made to civilization.
      Charlie: (smugly) Orgies, wine, and bulimia! Go ahead, ask me about the Greeks.

    • Charlie: (picking up Alan's Laptop) Come on, lets see what puts a chubby in your chinos.
      Alan: (putting his hand on top of the laptop) Oh, no, no, no. It's personal.
      Charlie: Oooh, what you in to? Grannies with trannies?
      Alan: (interrupting) No.
      Charlie: Chickens with strap-ons?
      Alan: (tugging at the computer with Charlie) Please, please don't Charlie, Plea... (Charlie grabs the computer)
      Charlie: (looking at the computer screen) Oh, you pitiful freak. What is wrong with you?
      Alan: Nothing, I came upon it by accident.
      Charlie: I'm so ashamed. My own brother using an (pause) Internet dating service.
      Alan: I'm a man Charlie, I have needs!

  • NOTES (5)


    • After hearing Rose is moving to London, Charlie tells her to, "say 'hi' to the queen... of hearts," comparing Rose's lunacy to that of many characters in Lewis Carroll's 1865 book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, who were ruled over by the Queen of Hearts.