Two and a Half Men (season 6)

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Two and a Half Men Season 6
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DVD cover art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 22, 2008 –
May 18, 2009
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 1, 2009[1]
Region 2 October 19, 2009
Region 4 March 3, 2010
Season chronology
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List of Two and a Half Men episodes

The sixth season of Two and a Half Men began September 22, 2008 and concluded on May 18, 2009.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Recurring[edit]

List of episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
116 1 "Taterhead is Our Love Child" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Mark Roberts, Don Foster & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
September 22, 2008 (2008-09-22) 14.88[2]
Charlie runs into an ex-girlfriend, Chrissy (Rena Sofer), and she has a son named Chuck who looks, dresses and acts disturbingly like Charlie. Alan takes great pleasure making fun of the situation. Charlie learns that condoms are only 98% effective and, thinking that Chuck is his son, he pays Chrissy a large lump sum and promises to send her a check every month, for Chuck's maintenance. Just after Charlie leaves Chrissy's apartment, it is revealed that she is actually only Chuck's babysitter. Title quotation from: Charlie, to Alan, satirizing a remark by Alan, by whose logic Jake might be their son.
117 2 "Pie Hole, Herb" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Eddie Gorodetsky & Susan Beavers (teleplay)
September 29, 2008 (2008-09-29) 13.58[3]
Alan lends Charlie $38, which Charlie has no interest in repaying. Alan seeks revenge to get the money back, and pumps out gas from Charlie's Mercedes to his own, but still claims Charlie owes him $24.78 as there wasn't enough petrol in the tank to amortize the full $38. Charlie accuses Alan of being cheap, ends up angrily throwing him out of the house, so Alan and Jake temporarily stay with a friendly Herb and angry Judith. But after Herb bonds with Charlie and Alan crosses a line with Judith, she takes measures to reset the situation, forcing Alan to apologize to Charlie and forcing Charlie to take him back. However, after she and Herb leave, Charlie, refusing to take Alan back in, locks him out of the house. Meanwhile, Evelyn offers Jake his first job. Title quotation from: Judith, to Herb, when he asks Alan where he'll be staying after Charlie kicks him out.
118 3 "Damn You, Eggs Benedict" Jean Sagal Mark Roberts & Don Foster (story)
Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (teleplay)
October 6, 2008 (2008-10-06) 14.07[4]
Charlie seeks to broaden his horizons and improve his sex life by taking up cooking, but his focus on egg recipes has an unexpected result. Alan and Jake try to emulate Charlie's lifestyle: Alan by dating two women at once, and Jake by getting drunk, but they find out the hard way that Charlie's way of life is not for them. Jake ends up vomiting violently, with Charlie at his side. Alan's first date finds out he has another woman, because of his inability to lie convincingly, and when he tries the 'honesty is the best policy' approach with the other woman, he ends up getting tazered. Title quotation from: Charlie, once he realizes he's made a mistake in his egg recipe.
119 4 "The Flavin' and the Mavin'" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Eddie Gorodetsky & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
October 13, 2008 (2008-10-13) 14.72
While Alan's car is in the shop, Charlie grudgingly drives Alan to work, but he cheers up when he meets Alan's receptionist, Melissa (Kelly Stables). Alan begs Charlie not to make a move on her, because she is very good at her job and for a low wage, and Alan is convinced that it would end badly for himself. Of course, that merely spurs Charlie on. Alan's misgivings prove correct when Charlie breaks up with Melissa after they have spent a long weekend together, mostly in Charlie's bed. Melissa is so angry, and so dangerous, as she drives them to work, that Alan feels he has to give into her demands for a raise, health insurance and a paid vacation.

First appearance of: Melissa

Title quotation from: Alan, quoting Martin Lewis to Charlie, while they're in Charlie's car on the way to Alan's work place.
120 5 "A Jock Strap in Hell" Jean Sagal Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky & Susan Beavers (teleplay)
October 20, 2008 (2008-10-20) 14.63
The guys bump into Jake's former teacher Delores Pasternak (now played by Alicia Witt, before played by Missi Pyle) who tells them that the way Charlie dumped her caused her to have a nervous breakdown, lose her job as a teacher and become a stripper. Guilt-stricken, Charlie tries to help her with a room at his house and a job tutoring her ex-student Jake, but later he finds out she has also become strictly religious. Charlie's solution is the same as the first time. Title quotation from: Jake, asking if such garb is required if you die and don't get into Heaven.
121 6 "It's Always Nazi Week" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Mark Roberts & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
November 3, 2008 (2008-11-03) 12.76
Herb tells Charlie and Alan that he and Judith have been having marital problems. Charlie offers Herb advice on how to stand up for himself, resulting with Judith kicking Herb out of the house. Alan, overjoyed by the situation, goes to Judith's house pretending that he has to pick up some forgotten Jake's school books, and confronts her crying. He hugs her and calms her down, resulting in the two of them having sex. Meanwhile, Jake has been sent to Charlie's for three months, and Herb bonds with Charlie. Title quotation from: Alan, moaning about a TV show that Charlie watches.
122 7 "Best H.O. Money Can Buy" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Mark Roberts, Don Foster & Eddie Gorodetsky (teleplay)
November 10, 2008 (2008-11-10) 14.50
Alan tries to escape Judith's grasp as Charlie and Herb go on the prowl to pick up women. They later end up going back to Herb's hotel room with two prostitutes, where Herb declares his love for Judith and races over to win her back. Alan and Judith begin arguing and decide to end their "relationship" when Herb turns up. Later on in the episode, Jake reveals that Judith has become pregnant - leaving Alan completely shocked; Charlie explains this to Jake that Alan's doing math in his head. Meanwhile, to cover up Alan's escapade with Judith, Charlie screws with Jake by leading him to believe he's being sent to military school. Title quotation from: Herb to Charlie and two prostitutes, about his train set when they arrive back at his hotel room.
123 8 "Pinocchio's Mouth" Jeff Melman Chuck Lorre & Mark Roberts (story)
Don Foster & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
November 17, 2008 (2008-11-17) 15.18
Charlie's new girlfriend, Chelsea (Jennifer Bini Taylor), asks him to spend the night at her place, which puts Charlie well outside of his comfort zone. During the night, he finds a lot of problems and cannot sleep. He gets up to leave but steps on Chelsea's cat which screams loudly, waking Chelsea up and causing her to angrily kicking Charlie out. Charlie talks her into giving him another chance, but when Charlie makes too many adjustments she decides she'll happily spend nights at his place from now on. Meanwhile, a pregnant Judith has grounded Jake for mooning a bunch of girls in school and Alan finds it hard to keep Jake obeying the rules of punishment.

First appearance of: Chelsea

Title quotation from: Charlie, describing how uncomfortable a wooden toilet seat at Chelsea's apartment is.
124 9 "The Mooch at the Boo" Jeff Melman Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Eddie Gorodetsky & Susan Beavers (teleplay)
November 24, 2008 (2008-11-24) 14.95
Jake disappears with Celeste, (Tinashe Kachingwe), who is the daughter of Charlie's new neighbor, Jerome, a former NFL player (Michael Clarke Duncan), and Charlie is left to cover his back. Charlie talks to Jerome and tells him not to be so over-protective of his daughter and the two become friends. Meanwhile, Alan scores a hot date (Bellamy Young) with the help of Charlie's Mercedes. He takes her back to Evelyn's house as Evelyn is away on holiday, and ends up being tricked into wearing one of her dresses as the woman steals Alan's wallet and Charlie's car. Worse, Alan is put on hold when he tries to phone the police. Even worse, Evelyn returns from vacation and sees Alan in her dress. Title quotation from: Alan, to his date, referring to Charlie's address when he calls.
125 10 "He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited" Jeff Melman Mark Roberts (story)
Don Foster & Susan Beavers (teleplay)
December 8, 2008 (2008-12-08) 15.59
Evelyn offers to pay for Jake's college education, and Alan becomes listless because he has no compelling reason to work anymore as he no longer has to pay for Jake and plans to spend the rest of his life at Charlie's house. Charlie later comes up with the idea of Alan paying him rent, but the number that gives Alan a say in what goes on in the house was too high for him. Jake discovers a hidden talent in the culinary arts that may allow him to bypass college altogether, but this ends badly when Jake burns the food and the fire brigade have to show up to Evelyn's house to extinguish the flames. Title quotation from: Alan, once Charlie tells him that Jake bit into his own fingers while eating a sandwich.
126 11 "The Devil's Lube" Jeff Melman Chuck Lorre, Lee Aronsohn & Mark Roberts (story)
Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
December 15, 2008 (2008-12-15) 17.92
One of Charlie's old partners in crime, Andy (Emilio Estevez), dies while talking to Charlie, leaving him to reevaluate his own reckless lifestyle and tell everyone in his life (except Alan) how much he cares about them. At the funeral, Charlie begins to worry about his own life and Alan tells him there has always been one person in his life on whom he can depend. Charlie thinks he means Rose. Charlie takes every medical test he can, and when the results come back positive, he has to let down a very happy Rose who he was just about to propose to. Title quotation from: Andy, to Charlie, about spitshining the Devil's pitchfork.
127 12 "Thank God for Scoliosis" Jeff Melman Eddie Gorodetsky & Jim Patterson (story)
Chuck Lorre & Mark Roberts (teleplay)
January 12, 2009 (2009-01-12) 17.10
Temptation is the theme of this episode as Charlie and Jake fight for the affections of a waitress Janine (Emily Rose), while Alan and his receptionist Melissa (Kelly Stables), who has since recovered from her disastrous fling with Charlie, fight to suppress their mutual attraction and Melissa's mother (Carol Kane). Title quotation from: Alan, to Melissa, just before he learns he has no patients for another 30 minutes.
128 13 "I Think You Offended Don" Jeff Melman Chuck Lorre & Mark Roberts (story)
Lee Aronsohn, Don Foster & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
January 19, 2009 (2009-01-19) 16.09
Judith is pregnant with a baby girl and Alan is convinced that he is the father; he helps Herb paint the baby's room, but gets thrown out after he upsets Judith. Jake is in a bad mood and Charlie thinks he knows the reason. Title quotation from: A drunken Charlie, when he thinks Alan upset his cab driver.
129 14 "David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie" Jeff Melman Mark Roberts (story)
Don Foster & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
February 2, 2009 (2009-02-02) 16.55
Convinced that Alan's family doesn't fully appreciate him after they throw him a pathetic 40th birthday party, Melissa invites Alan to live with her and her mom, whose disturbing hobbies quickly send Alan back whence he came. Title quotation from: Berta, about the magician at Alan's birthday party.
130 15 "I'd Like to Start with the Cat" Jeff Melman Chuck Lorre (story)
Mark Roberts, Don Foster & Susan Beavers (teleplay)
February 9, 2009 (2009-02-09) 15.00
Charlie has a relationship problem with Chelsea, who thinks he is still his old self. Charlie panics and suggests couple's counseling with Dr. Freeman, which she accepts, while Alan plays their problems to his benefit. Jake is tired of Charlie stealing his dessert and decides to mark what's his. Title quotation from: Charlie, to Chelsea, after she claims he doesn't know her very well.
131 16 "She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime" Jeff Melman Mark Roberts (story)
Don Foster & Eddie Gorodetsky (teleplay)
March 2, 2009 (2009-03-02) 15.47
Charlie has to remove a half-naked woman named Wanda (Diora Baird) from his bedroom before Chelsea returns from her ex-mother-in-law's funeral; Jake seems to recognize Wanda but doesn't realize that she is a pin-up girl on one of his posters. Meanwhile, Alan won't let Jake drive the car. Title quotation from: Charlie, to Chelsea, when she interrupts the basketball game they are watching.
132 17 "The 'Ocu' or the 'Pado'?" James Widdoes Susan Beavers & Jim Patterson (story)
Mark Roberts & Don Foster (teleplay)
March 9, 2009 (2009-03-09) 13.44
Charlie, to his own surprise, tells Chelsea he loves her, but he doesn't get the response he wanted. After a visit to Dr. Freeman fails to help, Charlie decides he must take drastic measures to restore the 'balance of power'. Title quotation from: Alan, asking Charlie what part of the word "ocupado" he doesn't understand, after he barges in on Alan in the bathroom.
133 18 "My Son's Enormous Head" James Widdoes Susan Beavers & Eddie Gorodetsky (story)
Lee Aronsohn & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
March 16, 2009 (2009-03-16) 14.12
Chelsea becomes ill and Charlie has to look after her. He is not thrilled about it but he does try, and ends up taking advice and help from Alan. Title quotation from: Alan, to Charlie, about Jake's birth.
134 19 "The Two Finger Rule" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Susan Beavers, Eddie Gorodetsky & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
March 30, 2009 (2009-03-30) 14.56
Charlie, Alan, Gordon, Herb, and Jerome (Michael Clarke Duncan) reminisce about sexual experiences after Chelsea finds some photos on Charlie's phone; Alan's receptionist Melissa is still punishing him for having sex with her mother, and Charlie resolves to fix things with Chelsea because he doesn't want to end up like any of these guys. Meanwhile, Jake goes out with Jerome's daughter Celeste again. Title quotation from: Herb, referencing Judith's eyebrow policy; Charlie notes that Chelsea had a different "two-finger rule."
135 20 "Hello, I am Alan Cousteau" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Mark Roberts (story)
Lee Aronsohn, Susan Beavers & Eddie Gorodetsky (teleplay)
April 13, 2009 (2009-04-13) 15.03
Charlie's desperate to make sure Chelsea and Evelyn don't befriend each other following their first meeting; Evelyn bribes Alan with a waterproof Rolex and Jake with a pizza so they can't help Charlie turn Chelsea against her; Charlie ultimately turns the tables and gets his revenge by befriending Chelsea's not-very-tolerant mother, Martha (Meagen Fay). Title quotation from: Alan, while he is testing out his waterproof Rolex in a jug full of water.
136 21 "Above Exalted Cyclops" James Widdoes Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (story)
Don Foster & Eddie Gorodetsky (teleplay)
April 27, 2009 (2009-04-27) 14.16
Alan lets Chelsea fix him up on a blind date with one of her friends. The friend turns about to be Rose, shocking both Alan and Charlie. Things actually go well, but Rose, still smitten about Charlie, reverts back to her old stalker self and Alan ends up with one of his model cars glued to his testicles. Title quotation from: Rose, to Charlie, about rankings in the Ku Klux Klan while describing Chelsea's mother.
137 22 "Sir Lancelot's Litter Box" Jon Cryer Chuck Lorre, Lee Aronsohn & Don Foster (story)
Susan Beavers, Eddie Gorodetsky & Jim Patterson (teleplay)
May 4, 2009 (2009-05-04) 14.17
Charlie and Alan both face lifestyle changes when Chelsea moves into the house: Charlie is annoyed with Chelsea changing things, and Alan is annoyed at having her spare stuff in his room. Title quotation from: Chelsea, to Charlie, when he spots the litter box near his shower.
138 23 "Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth" Mark Roberts Don Foster & Sid Youngers (story)
Mark Roberts & Eddie Gorodetsky (teleplay)
May 11, 2009 (2009-05-11) 13.11
Charlie takes advantage of Alan and Chelsea's fast friendship by having Alan do all of the activities that Chelsea likes and Charlie hates; Alan takes up ventriloquism and pushes Charlie to his limit when he "text-blocks" Charlie while he is in bed with Chelsea, causing Charlie and Chelsea to have an argument. Title quotation from: Charlie, to Alan, when he is cooking.
139 24 "Baseball Was Better with Steroids" Lee Aronsohn Mark Roberts & Susan Beavers (story)
Chuck Lorre & Lee Aronsohn (teleplay)
May 18, 2009 (2009-05-18) 16.18
The return of Mia (Emmanuelle Vaugier) finds Charlie questioning his devotion to Chelsea; the guys rush a laboring Judith to the hospital; Alan reunites with Melissa (Kelly Stables), who now works as a hospital clerk, and struggles in his attempt to write a screenplay; Judith gives birth to Jake's baby sister, but the parentage is still unknown; Herb breaks his leg shortly after Judith breaks her water; Charlie runs into Mia in the coffee shop, resulting in a cliff-hanger season finale. Title quotation from: Charlie, to Chelsea, while watching baseball in bed.

Ratings[edit]

US Nielsen ratings[edit]

No. Episode Rating Share Rating/Share
(18-49)
Rank
(18-49)
Viewers
(millions)
Rank
(Viewers)
Ref
1 "Taterhead Is Our Love Child" 9.1 13 5.3/12 4 14.88 11 [5]
2 "Pie Hole, Herb" 8.4 12 4.7/11 4 13.58 11 [6]
3 "Damn You, Eggs Benedict" 8.8 13 5.1/12 6 14.07 10 [7]
4 "The Flavin' and the Mavin" 9.0 13 5.3/12 3 14.72 8 [8]
5 "A Jock Strap in Hell" 8.9 13 5.1/12 5 14.63 10 [9]
6 "It's Always Nazi Week" 8.0 11 4.6/10 7 12.76 11 [10]
7 "Best H.O. Money Can Buy" 8.9 13 4.9/11 8 14.50 12
8 "Pinocchio's Mouth" 9.3 13 5.3/12 4 15.18 9
9 "The Mooch at the Boo" 9.0 13 5.3/12 14.95 [11]
10 "He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited" 9.5 14 5.2/13 4 15.59 4 [12]
11 "The Devil's Lube" 10.6 16 5.6/13 17.92 [13]
12 "Thank God for Scoliosis" 10.2 15 5.6/13 5 17.10 7 [14]
13 "I Think You Offended Don" 9.8 14 5.4/12 5 16.09 4 [15]
14 "David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie" 10.0 15 5.5/12 6 16.55 5 [16]
15 "I'd Like to Start with the Cat" 9.2 13 4.8/11 7 15.00 7 [17]
16 "She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime" 9.2 13 4.9/11 7 15.47 7 [18]
17 "The "Ocu" or the "Pado"?" 8.1 12 4.8/12 6 13.44 12 [19]
18 "My Son's Enormous Head" 8.5 13 4.8/12 7 14.12 9 [20]
19 "The Two Finger Rule" 8.5 13 5.2/13 4 14.56 9 [21]
20 "Hello, I am Alan Cousteau" 8.8 13 5.3/13 3 15.03 6 [22]
21 "Above Exalted Cyclops" 8.7 13 4.9/12 4 14.16 8 [23]
22 "Sir Lancelot's Litter Box" 8.6 13 5.0/12 4 14.17 9 [24]
23 "Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth" 8.2 12 4.5/12 7 13.11 13 [25]
24 "Baseball Was Better with Steroids" 9.9 15 5.3/14 3 16.18 7 [26]

Canadian ratings[edit]

Order Episode Viewers (100'00s) Rank
1 "Taterhead is Our Love Child" 9.96 #19[27]
2 "Pie Hole, Herb" 8.09 #30
3 "Damn You, Eggs Benedict" 8.51 #27
4 "The Flavin' and the Mavin'" 10.47 #22
5 "A Jock Strap in Hell" 9.89 #22
6 "It's Always Nazi Week" 11.13 #21
7 "Best H.O. Money Can Buy" 10.55 #26
8 "Pinochhio's Mouth" 10.19 #25
9 "The Mooch at the Boo" 10.14 #22
11 "The Devil's Lube" 11.41 #11
12 "Thank God for Scoliosis" 16.17 #12
13 "I Think You Offended Don" 15.78 #10
14 "David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie" 18.37 #6
15 "I'd Like to Start With the Cat" 14.56 #12
16 "She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime" 16.21 #10
17 "The ‘Ocu’ or the ‘Pado?’" 14.34 #14
18 "My Son's Enormous Head" 17.24 #11
19 "The Two Finger Rule" 17.50 #8
20 "Hello, I am Alan Cousteau" 20.84 #5
21 "Above Exalted Cyclops" 15.39 #14
22 "Sir Lancelot's Litter Box" 14.87 #15
23 "Good Morning, Mrs. Butterworth" 15.30 #10
24 "Baseball Was Better with Steroids" 16.14 #6

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Prior to appearing as the main character Chelsea from season 6 onwards, Taylor had appeared briefly in three previous episodes as three different minor characters: as Suzanne in the series' pilot, as Tina in "Last Chance to See Those Tattoos", and as Nina in "Our Leather Gear is in the Guest Room".

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