Two and a Half Men

Season 6 Episode 22

Sir Lancelot's Litter Box

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 04, 2009 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Both Charlie and Alan face lifestyle changes when Chelsea moves into the house.

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  • Chelsea's lease is up on her apartment and she thinks now that she and Charlie are engaged they should live together in his house. Of course he objects and gets upset and makes her mad, but in the end it sort of works out for everyone but Alan.moreless

    This one has a great start. Chelsea and Charlie are discussing the living together subject while Alan, Jake, and Berta all are listening in the next room. Charlie equates relationships with the Titanic and after that everything goes downhill with Chelsea leaving.

    Charlie and Alan are discussing the problem when Alan asks him what he thought would eventually happen to the relationship and Charlie says "I'd die, she'd get fat!" Alan says, "Kudos for not saying that!" Then shortly after that Alan says he has one more thing to say. He walks up behind Charlie grabs his arms holding them up and starts yelling, "I'm king of the world!"

    So of course Charlie goes to Chelsea's apartment to beg her to move in with him. She says, "Are you sure you want me to move in?" Charlie says, "Absolutely Not!" But once he agrees and he comes in he finds all her stuff packed and ready to move to his house. She claims she knew he would come around.

    Jake overhears Charlie and Chelsea speaking about Chelsea's cat Sir Lancelot's litter box. Charlie gets mad and storms out and Jake yells after him, " I don't appreciate being called Sir Craps A Lot!"

    After all is said and done Charlie exclaims to Alan, "Of course I know I'm an ass not an idiot." The joke is Charlie has rented Chelsea's old apartment and now is going their to get away from everyone else. Alan is left with a room so full that he can hardly move around so he is beginning to feel unwanted.

    Great episode that made me laugh in multiple places. Thanks for reading...moreless
  • Chelsea moves in and Charlie rents her apartment

    This was a little less in intensity than the last episode. Last time, I almost wet my pants as every line was freaking funny. Here we get to see a mixture of slapstick humor and some really good situational comedy. Jon Cryer delivers another amazing performance. It just goes on to prove why certain earlier episodes were dull when they focused more on the Charlie-Chelsea relationship. Jake also had a few good one-liners which predictably revolved around food and poop. Berta again provided the usual filler bits enjoying all the action at the house. Well, a typical two and a half men episode, with a handful of laughs.moreless
  • Chelsea moves in.

    This was one of the best Two and a Half Men episodes in awhile. Just a great use of prop humor, and just some classic Charlie and Alan exchanges. And I have to admit that the internal debate that Alan had as to whether or not he should get out of bed to go to the bathroom is something that occasionally happens to me.

    I knew that Charlie was going to be the one who bought the apartment, based on past Two and a Half Men episodes that was predictable enough, but it was still fun when we actually got to see it for ourselves (and the return of Gordon).

    The first two episodes of CBS' Monday comedy block were weak tonight, but this was a great half hour chock full of laughs.moreless
  • great episode

    a classic two and a half men episode lots of laughs . i loved the way charlie dealed with his problems in this episode a . chelsy is just great and is a perfect wife for charlie i noticed that they are realy bonding . but what is happening with alan he is pushed away i do not want him to move out . jake is growing up and being part of his uncles and fathers shirades to cover up their mistakes . just an other great episode i hope this show continues for a long long time . bravo amoreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • The German episode title is "Katzenklo", meaning "Litter Box". The French title is "La litière de sir Lancelot", an exact translation. The Italian title is "Il trasloco", meaning "The Move".

    • International Airdates:
      Latin America: May 19, 2009 on Warner Channel
      Australia: May 25, 2009 on Channel 9
      Czech Republic: June 2, 2010 on TV Nova
      Slovakia: October 21, 2010 on Markiza

    • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #251, a censored card only viewable on the Chuck Lorre Productions website. It reveals a joke—where Charlie tells Chelsea that to get rid of her cat they could "slap some soy sauce on it and drop it off in Koreatown"—was cut due to CBS network executives' fears of anger from the Korean-American community.