Two And A Half Men Season 9 Episode 8 ‘Thanks for the Intercourse’ Recap 11/07/11

Two And A Half Men Season 9 Episode 8 'Thanks for the Intercourse' Recap 11/07/11

Tonight on CBS an all new episode of Two and A Half Men airs.  The episode is called ‘Thanks for the Intercourse.’  I know I say this each week but we are still watching the show.  How about you, have you given up on it yet?  It is amazing the ratings continue to plummet but it is still one of the biggest shows.

On last week’s episode Jake developed a crush on his Japanese tutor and no surprise with the way the show is going lately (ya know, it’s all about Walden), the tutor had a crush on Walden.  If you missed last week’s episode you can read our official recap here!

Meanwhile it is being reportied that on next week’s show Gary Busey will guest star as himself.  Gary will be playing a patient that Alan (Jon Cryer) winds up sharing a room with at a mental facility.

Hollywood reporter has more: After Walden (Ashton Kutcher) donates the late Charlie’s piano to under-privileged kids in next week’s episode, Alan will begin to unravel. Alan, struggling to come to terms with his brother’s death, will end up believing he is Charlie Harper and ultimately check himself into a Malibu mental institution where he’ll share a room with Busey in the Nov. 14 installment.

Thanks for the intercourse episode synopsis: Walden redecorates, and the change unsettles Alan as it prompts him to think of losing Charlie.

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2 responses to “Two And A Half Men Season 9 Episode 8 ‘Thanks for the Intercourse’ Recap 11/07/11”

  1. John says:

    Two and half men is so suck.  I’m wondering if the network cheating on the rating to promote the show.  How can people spend the time watching this stupid show.   

  2. […] An all new episode of Two and A Half Men will air tonight and it is called ‘Frodo’s Headshots.’  Surprisingly last week’s episode was up about 800,000 viewers and was aired by 14.71 million people and finished second overall to Dancing With The Stars.  I guess everyone likes to watch a train wreck.  In last week’s episode Alan began to unravel and struggled to come to terms with his brother’s death.  He ultimately check himself into a Malibu mental institution.  If you missed last week’s episode you can read our official recap here! […]