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An Old Flame with a New Wick 

Charlie's old flame, Jill, comes for a visit, she had an operation and is now called "Bill." Then Evelyn starts dating Bill.

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Charlie's old flame, Jill, comes for a visit, she had an operation and is now called "Bill." Then Evelyn starts dating Bill.

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Charlie Sheen (Charlie Harper) and Chris O'Donnell (Bill / Jill) previously played the lead roles in The Three Musketeers (1993). See more »

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When Charlie is talking with Bill/Jill in the bar the second time, Bill/Jill picks up his beer bottle, leans back and takes a swig. When the shot returns to Charlie, the beer is on the table again. See more »

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Bill / Jill: It's me!
Charlie Harper: Me who?
Charlie Harper: [long pause while he stares at the "stranger"] Nooooo.
Bill / Jill: Yes.
Charlie Harper: Jill?
Bill / Jill: Bill.
Charlie Harper: Noooooo!
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Jill's surprise
17 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

In this eighteenth episode Charlie has a big surprise one of its ex, Jill became a man, Bill. Practically all the funny situations of this very good episode rest(base) on this funny basic premise. Of this idea of original base(basis), the whole becomes even funnier when Bill goes out with the mother of Charlie who does not know about the history(story). The humor of this episode is very representative of the series at the same time ironic, heavy without ever being too vulgar, cruel. Everything the characters are for the diapason and in particular Charlie and Berta. But it is necessary to admit that all the scenes(stages) are not for the same excellent level and of constancy in the laughter. In any case this episode is one of the best of this rich season due to its originality and its saving freedom of speech.


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