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Twenty-five Little Pre-pubers Without a Snoot-ful 

After being tricked into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's classroom musical, Charlie is flattered to find out that the kids know all the words to his jingles. Alan is blind-sided with... See full summary »

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After being tricked into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's classroom musical, Charlie is flattered to find out that the kids know all the words to his jingles. Alan is blind-sided with divorce papers from Judith, causing strife which results in Charlie, who refuses to deal with the pre-pubers without a snootful, having to produce the play on his own. Jake is crushed when he realizes that a reconciliation between his parents may never happen. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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Episodes are named for a line from the show, this one does not have an exact quote, "Not gonna face all those pre-pubers without a snoot-ful." See more »

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Charlie takes over teaching duties
1 January 2014 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

After Charlie gets lied to by Alan about getting to score with Jake's teacher, Charlie is coerced into helping Alan and Judith produce Jake's school musical. Despite that Charlie loathes children, he warms up to them when he learns that the kids know the words to his songs. Meanwhile, Judith blindsides Alan with divorce papers, forcing Charlie to be in charge of the kids. He manages to get everyone's attention with "Simon Says" type tactics, even helps Jake to cope with the divorce. This was hilarious. I had forgotten that Jake was a cute kid before he turned into an arrogant teenager. It's always enjoyable to see the softer side of Charlie. I loved the bond between he & Jake. Charlie Sheen commences a hilarious speech at the start of this episode about why he hates kids. It's pretty funny to be honest. I love kids myself, but kids do get away with a lot, and Charlie put a funny perspective on it. I felt it shed some light about how tough divorces can be on your kid. Angus T-Jones was effective with his emotions as well. If you love this show, you'll love this episode. It's that simple

Favorite quote

Charlie: Hey, it's been fun. But I'm officially resigning from the mayor of boogertown

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