Oh this show. Chuck Lorre is cursed and blessed when it comes to this show, I think. So many crazies, and yet it just keeps moving on. Charlie Sheen went nuts, but honestly, that’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to it. Ashton Kutcher is doing such a great job and it was because of him that I started watching the show again in the first place, and it was a great decision. Now we’ve got Angus T. Jones losing his marbles. Thankfully he’s been a diminished presence this season and wasn’t in this episode at all.
Walden going this this “being a normal person” period is interesting, but I’m feeling like it’s run its course. He’s feeling all the extremes of living like a normal person (Welcome to my world, Walden), and Alan is losing himself in having Walden’s fortune mostly at his disposal, and I’m kind of ready for things to get back to normal.
I do get the feeling that Walden will be telling Kate the truth when she gets back from NYC, which was very generous of him. I also get the feeling that Kate won’t take it very well, at least not at first. She’ll probably think that he’ll be a lot like Alan with all his money back, but since he’s most definitely not, maybe she’ll come around. We’ll have to see how that one goes.
As for Walden’s magical talking penis… yeah. Not a big fan. And fat Walden… well some things just can’t be unseen. Even though they should.