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Two and a Half Men

Season 7 Episode 22

This Is Not Gonna End Well

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 24, 2010 on CBS
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Charlie is miffed over Alan's planned attendance of Chelsea's birthday party and suffers the indignity of having Jake chauffer him around following a license suspension.

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  • 722

    A really poor finale, this is one of the first finales I have seen of Two and a Half Men and I got to say, I'm not too impressed, we didn't get much of a cliffhanger at all, and if theres not cliffhanger, what else can you expect from a finale? Something wrapping up the whole season which this episode did not.

    This episode got me a few laughs like Charlie hitting the cop car when he was trying to run from his ex-fiance or when Jake starts singing "Happy Birthday" for cake, but that was pretty much it. I found Allan really exaggerated in this episode considering the early seasons of this show when he was normal.

    So we could have gotten a cliffhanger, but we did not in this finale, and it wasn't that funny. Could have done better, especially that they had Chelsea in the episode, so much possibilities could have happened, but they didn't. I hope the rest of the finales aren't as bad as this one.moreless
  • Season Finale

    Last Friday night Bill Maher equated watching Two and a Half Men to being tortured. While I am a fan of this show, as far as this episode is concerned he was absolutely right in his claim.

    In a plot far too close to the real life drama going on in Charlie Sheen's life, Charlie Harper had his license suspended and had to deal with Jake driving him around.

    The episode was just downright not funny. Last year they topped things off with a poor finale, and this may have been even worse. 2.5 Men really made me embarrassed to be a fan here.moreless
Joel McKinnon Miller

Joel McKinnon Miller

Officer Wilkenson

Guest Star

Stacy Keach

Stacy Keach


Special Guest Star

John Amos

John Amos


Special Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • While they're in the car, Charlie hands a card to Jake, and he takes it. After Jake taunts him for being a wuss, Charlie again gives the card to Jake, even though Jake never gave it back after taking it the first time.

    • Charlie says the title of this episode.

  • QUOTES (0)

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Airdates:
      Australia: May 31, 2010 on Channel 9
      Latin America: June 1, 2010 on Warner Channel
      Sweden: August 13, 2010 on TV 3
      Slovakia: November 29, 2010 on Markiza

    • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #288.

    • Prior to this season, the show had always accepted requests from CBS to produce 2 additional episodes beyond the standard 22 episode season order, but Charlie Sheen's legal issues around the Christmas 2009 fight with his wife and subsequent stint in rehab forced the show to forego the request this season.


    • Charlie complains, "I've been blackmailed by Forrest Gump," and also said "Run, Forrest, run," comparing Jake to the title character from Winstom Groom's 1986 novel/Robert Zemeckis' 1994 film, Forrest Gump.