Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend Christmas at the Harpers'? Sitting around the dinner table with Alan, Evelyn, Jake and the rest of the gang of "Two and a Half Men" would be an experience of a lifetime. Since this will likely never happen, the next best thing is to watch the Christmas episodes. These are the best ones from the entire series.
Season 3, Episode 11 - "Santa's Village of the Damned"
This is one of the best episodes of all time. When Alan begins to date a woman with a "home goddess" complex, things get extremely complicated. She decorates the house in a true "over the top" fashion. As it turns out, she is just like someone Charlie used to date. It is definitely a must-watch this holiday season!
Season 4, Episode 11 - "Walnuts and Demerol"
This episode includes Kandi (April Bowlby) and she was hilarious. When Charlie tries to have a special night with a lucky girl, Evelyn is doing whatever she can to stop him. Apparently the girl he is trying to bed could be his half-sister. His father had an affair with her mother, and the women never knew for sure. Kandi is prancing around the episode singing Christmas songs and acting completely silly. It is her first year with Alan, so this is all new. This is absolutely a must-see!
Season 6, Episode 10 - "He Smelled the Ham, He Got Excited"
This episode features Jake and his less than brilliant nature. When Evelyn offers to pay for Jake's college, Charlie thinks something is up. They still aren't sure whether or not Jake will even pass the eighth grade. When a hidden talent is "discovered," Jake believes he was cut out to be a chef. This episode is absolutely hilarious!
Season 7, Episode 11 - "Warning, It's Dirty"
Jake is learning to be slick with the girls and Charlie teaches him how to cheat on his girlfriend while she is away for Christmas. Evelyn brings a famous television director to Christmas dinner, and he believes that Alan and Charlie are "together." Jake's girlfriend comes home and catches him with another girl, and that causes him to lose both. This episode showcased Jake's jump from kid to teen.
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