List of the best Two and a Half Men episodes, as voted on by other fans of the series. CBS sitcom fans will also enjoy the best episodes of The Big Bang Theory and the best How I Met Your Mother episodes. With so many memorable episodes of the show, it's hard to trust just one person's opinion of what the top Two and a Half Men episodes of all time are. Fans of Two and a Half Men are extremely passionate about the show, and there is often debate over which episodes are better than others. That's why this list exists- so you can vote for your favorites and we can find out once and for all what everyone thinks the best episode is.This list below has a variety of episodes, like "Fish in a Drawer" and "Sara Like Puny Alan," in it. What is the best Two and a Half Men episode of all time? Look below and find out.
Season 5, Episode 8
Charlie writes a children’s song and finds success as Charlie Waffles. The children love him and the mothers seem to as well. Charlie's new found fame irritates Alan.
Season 3, Episode 8
Charlie tricks Jake into taking ballet lessons, so he can get close to the teacher.
Hi, Mr. Horned OneOctober 24, 2005
Season 3, Episode 6
Ignoring Alan's warnings, Charlie continues to date Isabella until she threatens to put a curse on his manhood.
Season 5, Episode 17
CSIs investigate a death at Charlie's house.
Smooth as a Ken DollApril 9, 2007
Season 4, Episode 19
Charlie takes a liking to Myra, the witty sister of Judith's fiancé, Herb.
Season 1, Episode 18
Charlie is stunned to learn his ex-girlfriend is now a man.
Season 4, Episode 20
Alan looks forward to Judith's wedding, while Charlie and Myra continue their romance.
Season 1, Episode 1
After Charlie's night with a girl is ruined due to Alan's interruption, Alan moves in, being kicked out of his house by his "suffocated" wife: Judith. The next day Alan brings over his son, Jake while he and Judith can talk about their marriage. While eating, Alan finds out that Judith is a lesbian therefore their relationship ends. Charlie takes to Jake, and begins to take him shopping to meet girls and lets him play at his poker games. Upset, Alan moves in with their mother, Evelyn, taking Jake with him. Charlie now feels surprisingly empty and invites Alan and Jake to move back in, convincing Alan that all their problems in life are because of their controlling mother and that Jake would only end up being just as messed up in later life.
Your Dismissive Attidude Towards B**bsOctober 10, 2005
Season 3, Episode 4
Berta causes tension between Charlie and Alan, when she temporarily moves in with them
Season 8, Episode 4
Lyndsey and Eldridge move into Charlie's house after their home burns down.
Season 1, Episode 12
When Berta is forced to bring her granddaughter Prudence to work with her, the boys find themselves a little preoccupied with her.
Season 1, Episode 3
After spending a day at Disneyland, Jake gets sick and wants to go to his mothers' house, to have her take care of him. This sends Alan into a state of misery, as he realizes he's losing his wife, and son. Charlie suggests that they go drinking, and Alan agrees. After drinking the boys take a cab home, but at one point they end up at their mothers, where they try to tell her what they think of her, but fail in getting the point across.
Season 6, Episode 12
Charlie and Jake fight for the affections of a waitress, while Alan fights sexual tension with his receptionist.
Just Like BuffaloMay 17, 2004
Season 1, Episode 23
Charlie tries to sweet talk Judith's divorcee support-group into letting Jake continue to spend weekends at his place.
Season 6, Episode 9
Charlie finds himself in an uncomfortable position when Jake takes off with the daughter of a former NFL player. Charlie's Mercedes proves a boon to Alan's love life.
Season 3, Episode 16
Alan has trouble deciding if he should bring his younger girlfriend to Jake's birthday party to meet his mom and his ex-wife. Rose tries to get her boyfriend to act more like Charlie.
Season 6, Episode 16
Charlie has to remove a half-naked woman from his bedroom before Chelsea arrives.
Season 6, Episode 3
Alan, Jake, and Charlie all decide to try new things: Alan is dating more than one woman, Charlie learns to cook, and Jake experiments with beer.
Season 5, Episode 5
Charlie has to come up with ways to keep his girlfriend's 4-year-old amused; Alan becomes a test subject.
Season 6, Episode 13
Judith is pregnant with a baby girl and Alan is convinced he is the father.
Season 5, Episode 3
Alan convinces Charlie that he needs to date more respectable women and sets him up with a judge. The two double date and their waitress happens to be one of Alan's ex-girlfriends. Charlie's date backfires the following morning, when he ends up in court in front of the judge.
Season 6, Episode 4
Alan is sure that things will turn bad when Charlie starts dating his receptionist.
Season 4, Episode 17
After Evelyn tells Alan and Charlie how she feels about there being no mourners at her friend’s funeral, the boys share their feelings that this could also be the case at her funeral. Evelyn tries to prove them wrong by introducing them to a couple she help adopt a boy from China. The boys return fire by inviting the young man to a play date with Jake.
Season 4, Episode 11
Charlie's friends and family put a crimp in his plan for a romantic Christmas Eve date. When Evelyn sees who the date is, she goes to great lengths to force a wedge between them.
The Last Thing You Want Is to Wind Up With a HumpOctober 19, 2003
Season 1, Episode 5
After spending a night in Las Vegas, Charlie decides to live up to his promise that he made to Jake about attending his soccer game. During the game, Charlie sets up a play-date with an unattached mother named Kate, and they hit it off. During one of their dates, Charlie seems like he's ready for a serious relation. Alan sets up a meeting with Gloria (one of the soccer moms) to write a soccer newsletter, but Gloria has other intentions for the evening, and he has no idea. During the evening another soccer mom, Brooke, tries to move in on Gloria's plans.