Two and a Half Men

Episode 5.12 : A Little Clammy and None Too Fresh

  • Two and a Half Men
    • Episode Premiere : March 24, 2008
    • Distributor : CBS
    • Genre : Comedy
    • Seasons : 5
    • Show Period : 2003 - 2015
    • Production Company: Chuck Lorre Prod., Tannenbaum Co., Wolf Films, WB
    • Official Site :

Cast and Crew

  • Director James Widdoes
  • Screenwriter Jim Patterson, Lee Aronsohn, Susan Beavers, Chuck Lorre
  • Main Cast

  • Additional Cast
    • Sun Park,
    • Cerina Vincent

The Story

Charlie catches a cold after he knowingly sleeps with a hot girl who is sick. Alan and Jake are on their way out and can't take care of Charlie. Berta can't be bothered. Desperate, Charlie calls his mom who is also unavailable. We see Rose, who was asked to leave England, climb over the deck. She steps up to the task and takes care of Charlie. Montage of Rose making Charlie soup, giving him a "special" pill that was just approved in England, cleaning him, bathing him, shaving him, dressing him. Rose makes sure he doesn't get out bed. Feeling a bit better Charlie gets himself up and makes it downstairs only to discover that he's been in bed for two weeks. Alan and Jake think it's great that Rose is taking care of him and they head out. We go back upstairs and Rose is in the shower... we also see her clothes now neatly hanging in Charlie's closet. She comes out of the bathroom and tells him he needs to be back in bed sleeping and makes him take another pill. Charlie pretends to take the pill and go to sleep. After Rose leaves the room (she locks Charlie in) he takes the pill out and puts it under his pillow. He then proceeds to climb out the window down into Alan's bathroom (Alan is sitting on the toilet). Charlie tells Alan that he thinks Rose has been drugging him and he'll take him upstairs to show him the pill. We go upstairs and we see Berta out cold on Charlie's bed. Charlie has no proof.






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