Two and a Half Men Season 6

"Baseball with Better Steroids"

Alan runs into Charlie's ex, Mia, at a coffee shop; Judith goes into labor.

"Good Morning Mrs. Butterworth"

Charlie is jealous when Alan begins to bond with Chelsea, until he realizes how he can take advantage of the situation.

"Sir Lancelot's Litter Box"

Charlie reluctantly invites Chelsea to move in with him when her lease runs up.

"Above Exalted Cyclops"

Alan lets Chelsea set him up on a blind date with one of her friends... and it ends up being Rose!

"Hello, I'm Alan Cousteau"

Charlie is desperate to make sure Chelsea and Evelyn don't become friends after they accidentally meet.

"The Two Finger Rule"

After Chelsea finds naked pictures of another woman on Charlie's phone, Charlie, Alan, Gordon, Herb and Jerome (Michael Clarke Duncan) reminisce about their sexual experiences.

"My Son's Enormous Head"

When Chelsea comes down with cold, Charlie tries to prove he can take care of her despite not wanting to. Jake dates a nine year old at school.

"The 'OCU' Or The 'PADO'"

Charlie accidentally tells his girlfriend Chelsea that he loves her.

"She'll Be Dead at Halftime"

Chelsea goes to her ex-mother-in-law's funeral and ends up staying with her ex-husband. Meanwhile, Charlie gets an unexpected late night visitor.

"I'd Like to Start with the Cat"

Charlie finds himself in couple counseling with the girl, Chelsea, he's been dating. Alan finds himself overwhelmed with joy to see his brother in his former position.

"David Copperfield Slipped Me a Roofie"

When Alan feels unloved at his surprised birthday party he moves in with Melissa and her mother.

"I Think You Offended Don"

Judith is pregnant with a baby girl and Alan is convinced the baby is his. Charlie tries to figure out why Jake is in such a bad mood.

"Thank God For Scoliosis"

Charlie and Jake compete over a waitress; Alan and his receptionist, Melissa, try to fight their attraction towards each other.

"The Devil's Lube"

When one of Charlie's old wing men (Emilio Estevez) dies while talking to Charlie, he rethinks his life and ends up almost proposing to Rose.

"He Smelled The Ham, He Got Excited"

Evelyn offers to pay for Jake's college education and Alan sees no reason to work anymore. Meanwhile, Jake ends up finding a hidden cooking ability that might let him skip college.

"A Mooch at the Boo"

Charlie fears for his life when Jake begins dating his neighbor's daughter and Alan gets a date at the Mercedes dealership.

"Pinocchio's Mouth"

When Charlie's girlfriend, Chelsea, asks him to spend the night, he feels out of his comfort zone. Meanwhile, Alan tries to follow through with Judith's punishment for Jake.

"Best H.O. Money Can Buy"

Alan tries to escape Judith's grip as Charlie and Herb go out on the town. To cover for Alan, Charlie messes with Jake.

"It's Always Nazi Week"

When Judith kicks Herb out of the house, Alan swings by to pick up Jake's school book and ends up sleeping with her. While Judith cools off, Jake is sent to live with the guys for three months.

"A Jock Strap In Hell"

Charlie and Alan run into Jake's former teacher, Ms. Pasternak, who's now a stripper after her one night stand with Charlie. Charlie tries to help her out.

"The Flavin' And The Mavin"

With Alan's car in the shop, Charlie is stuck driving Alan to work where he meets Alan's receptionist, Melissa (Kelly Stables).

"Damn You, Eggs Benedict"

Charlie tries to expand his interested and improve his sex life by picking up cooking. Alan tries to emulate Charlie by dating two women and once, and Jake does the same by drinking.

"Pie Hole, Herb"

Alan goes to far to try and collect $38 he lent to Charlie and ends up getting kicked out and crashing with Herb and Judith; Evelyn gets Jake a job.

"Taterhead Is Our Love Child"

One of Charlie's ex-girlfriends shows up with a suppose love child of his that looks and dresses like him.

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Two and a Half Men Season 6 Quotes

Chelsea: What are you doing?
Charlie: You know what happens when we spoon
Chelsea: I'm sick!
Charlie: So am I!

You know when dogs are sick they hide until they feel better.. probably why they're man's best friend