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Can You Feel My Finger 

Charlie is sure he isn't ready for fatherhood after a year of trying to raise Jake, so he opts to have a vasectomy. But when the doctor performing the procedure keeps getting calls from his... See full summary »

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Charlie is sure he isn't ready for fatherhood after a year of trying to raise Jake, so he opts to have a vasectomy. But when the doctor performing the procedure keeps getting calls from his wife -- who's about to give birth -- Charlie starts to think about what fatherhood might entail and likes the idea, provided he still has his vital organs intact (in more ways than one). Written by Peter Harris

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Charlie Harper: Well, Jake... Your uncle Charlie is getting a vasectomy
Jake Harper: Oh... What's wrong with the car you have now?
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Charlie and the children
31 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

This twenty-fourth and last episode of the first season stands out as being easily one of the best. Nevertheless the idea of departure is rather simple (Charlie who wants to be made a vasectomy) but she(it) is exploited(run) completely and effectively. Jake is particularly funny here because he is always out of step with the reality. Charlie Sheen is also in great form with its caustic, cynical retorts. This final episode leans on funny, hilarious situations in their incongruities.

We are also conquered by the wholesome freedom of speech of the set(group) with a humor friendly trash which settles only few limits. In summary a very good solid episode not the best step but to see again(to revise) with pleasure regularly because no scene(stage) is low(weak) and it is thus conquered that we stop seeing this first season (one of the best of the sitcom).


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