Charlie enjoys teaching 'blank page' Jake dirty jokes. Alan has flu, so Rose imposes herself as his 'intimate' nurse, until Evelyn arrives and takes over. Charlie insists on double-dating with Alan, in order to have revenge on his ex, Kathy. Alan suddenly agrees because his date turns out to be the soap star Desiree. To get Alan back on his feet, the Harper boys go to the sauna but all they manage to do is catch the flu. Sick, the brothers exchange confidences about career frustrations and bicker about chiropractics, at the worst possible moment. Written by
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[Charlie wants Alan to go on a double date
Alright, even if I weren't deathly ill, which I am, I wouldn't go on a blind double-date with *you*.
Summer of my junior year? The Seals & Croft concert? You got the incredible cheerleader, and I got her sister... the Incredible Hulk!
Oh yeah, she really took a shine to you.
[imitating his date
"Sara like puny Alan".
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