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My Doctor Has a Cow Puppet 

Charlie notices that Alan sleepwalks and tries to find out what's causing it and how to deal with it. He asks for help their mother, Evelyn, and Jake's psychologist, Dr. Linda Freeman.

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Alan has consented to pay for Jake's appointment at the child psychologist, self-confessed mere guesser Dr. Freeman. Charlie finds that Alan is the one who sleepwalks and performing domestic chores, and hears from ma Evelyn it had happened before - from their dad's death till Alan's sexual awaking. Arranging a sex-life for Alan fails as he refuses one night-stands, so Charlie finally drags Alan to the child psychologist, and ends up as a stand in for Judith. Written by KGF Vissers

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10 May 2004 (USA)  »

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When Rose startles Charlie (who has just put the sleepwalking Alan back to bed), he stumbles against a prop wall, rocking it noticeably. See more »

Quotes

Alan: [Alan is sleep walking] Gort. Klatuu, barada, nikto.
Charlie: What?
Alan: [seductively] You know...
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References The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) See more »

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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre
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Alan's problems
30 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

This twenty-second episodes focuses especially on Alan's multiple psychological problems which(who) is frustrated. It is a good funny, fluid episode in its chain(sequence of movements) with effective minor characters as Rose ( usual quirky humor) and psychologist. It is moreover the scene(stage) at the psychologist who shows himself as being the funniest thanks to the humor of Charlie but also Alan's release. The retorts sharp come from all sides(spurt out) and what makes the humor work it is also the association with the protagonists who complement each other between them.The everything remains entertaining in spite of some small defects and scenes(stages) which are never constantly hilarious. In any case light one gone back up(raised) with regard to(compared with) previous both episodes.


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