Line(s) of the Day #TwoandaHalfMen


Waldon Schmidt: How was the movie?
Alan Harper: Fantatic! I went out by myself and came home with a date.
Berta: Well, normally you out with a date and come home by yourself.

Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Conchata Ferrell in the Malibu-set sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003 – 2015). You can find two more examples of the hit show’s humour here and here.


Line(s) of the Day #TwoandaHalfMen

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Alan Harper: Charlie, when I moved in here, I said that is was vital that we create a wholesome atmosphere for Jake, and you said, “I understand”.
Charlie Harper: Alan, there’s something you should know about me. When I say “I understand”, it doesn’t mean I agree. It doesn’t mean I understand. It doesn’t even mean I’m listening to you.

Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen with an example of the dynamic that was pivotal to the success of the sibling comedy Two and a Half Men (2003 – 2015). You can find another example of the wit from the show in my previous post here.

Line(s) of the Day #TwoAndAHalfMen

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Charlie: You have abused my good nature for too long and I am putting my foot down.
Berta: Uh-huh. You let me know how that works out.
Alan: Well, I guess we know who’s in charge around here.

Charlie: If I want your opinion I’ll ask your ex-wife.

Charlie Sheen, Conchata Ferrelland Jon Cryer in the sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’ (2003 -)