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'Two And A Half Men': Walden Discovers The Ceaseless Energy Of Young Children (VIDEO)

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'Two And A Half Men': Walden Can't Keep Up With Ava
'Two And A Half Men': Walden Can't Keep Up With Ava

Picking up on threads laid last week, Walden proposed a week-long trial living situation for him and Zoey on "Two and a Half Men" (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on CBS). That meant a week-long trial living situation for Alan and Lyndsey as well.

As predicted, Alan spent the entire time trying to get frisky with Lyndsey, but instead got heinously injured trying to help her with various repairs around the house. Meanwhile, Walden discovered that while he enjoys spending time with Zoey, he's not quite up to the task of keeping up with her seven-year old daughter Ava.

He discovered that children have no limit to their energy reserves, and while they are a lot of fun, they are also the single most exhausting undertaking anyone can take on.

When the guys meet up at the bar to commiserate their experiences, Walden proposed the idea that if he can get rid of Zoey, Alan could maybe move back in. It looks like things were moving maybe a little too fast for Walden, though it doesn't necessarily mean their relationship has to end.

Find out how it plays out as "Two and a Half Men" continues Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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