The show's 100th episode ("City of Great Racks") aired on October 15, 2007. To celebrate this, a casino-inspired party was held at West Hollywood's Pacific Design Center. Warner Brothers Television also distributed blue Micargi Rover bicycles adorned with the Two and a Half Men logo along with the words 100 Episodes. Each bicycle came with a note saying "You've made us very proud. Here's to a long ride together." The cast also gifted the crew with sterling silver key rings from Tiffany & Co, the key rings were attached to small pendants with 100 and Two and a Half Men inscribed on either side of it.
Monday, May 23, 2005
Monday, May 16, 2005
When Evelyn learns that Jake spent his entire spring break with his grandparents, she pressures Alan into letting Jake stay with her for the night. Concerned that Evelyn will destroy Jake the way she destroyed their lives, Alan and Charlie grudgingly drop a resentful Jake off at her home and quickly flee to Charlie's favorite bar. There, amidst a group of sexy women, Alan easily gets his mind off of his son's miserable circumstance.
Monday, May 9, 2005
Evelyn buys Alan a new sports car, causing Charlie to claim that his brother has sold his soul to the Devil. The next day, Evelyn extracts payment by insisting that Alan go on a blind double date with her, her new beau and his daughter. At the restaurant, Alan learns that his mother and boyfriend will not be able to join them because there was a mix-up between his heart medication and Viagra and she didn't want to "waste it." As a result, Alan is left to deal with the daughter (Chloe Webb), who is on a weekend pass from a rehab center and still has some loose screws. Alan eventually gets her back to the beach house only to have her drive off in his new sports car and become the object of a televised high-speed car chase.
Monday, May 2, 2005
Evelyn reads in the obituaries that her second husband Harry has died. They all attend the funeral, including Jake who is excited at the opportunity of seeing a "dead guy." Meanwhile, Charlie is excited by the opportunity of a newly single widow, and Alan is just happy to pay his respects to Harry.