Charlie is plagued by a terribly and 'intimate' itchy rash (privates is inappropriate for him, as Alan points out). Now Jake is finally allowed to junior high school, Alan 'prepares' him by making him a target of ridicule, not bullying. Alas Alan and Charlie pull out too many horror stories, so Jake finds his own safe 'solution'. Charlie mocks Alan's constant cowardliness, stirring him to a single, soon regretted act of ill-considered bravery.
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When Jake gets on the bus, the Bewitched house is across the street. See more
Chuck Lorre's "Vanity Cards" usually don't suffer fact-checking criticism, but #183, the one at the end of this episode is flawed. The brief scenario has a Sopranos-type character, Paulie Walnuts, trying to get rid of his "pesky cat". He whacks the cat, then "drives it to the East River for disposal." On arrival, he learns that the cat isn't quite dead, prompting the moral dilemma, "Should he spare the determined feline, or toss him into the polluted waters that separate two
great states?" Unless Queens/Brooklyn are so different from Manhattan as to be considered two states (and the argument could possibly be made!), it is the *other* side of Manhattan, the
Hudson River to the West, that separates New York and New Jersey, See more
I've got you a little present. Your very own cell phone.
Now, the important thing to remember is that this is not a toy. It's to use in emergencies only.
Emergencies? What emergencies?
[Pretending to use a cell phone
Dad, come get me! I'm stuffed in my locker and my underwear is wet!
That only happened once.
If that drug-sniffing dog hadn't found you, you'd have missed Thanksgiving.
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