Jake's total lack of bathroom hygiene is dealt with Berta's blunt way: the toilet seat is confiscated till he painstakingly redeems himself by slaving away at her job, cleaning by hand all day. Charlie cries out for help in agony as his back gave way during another duo-roll in bed, but at the last moment shies away from his long-ridiculed brother's professional chiropractor's help and insists Alan brings him to his Jewish conventional doctor in Beverly Hills, hard to find when you only remember his receptionist's first name, and he turns out dead, but Charlie is happy to find Dr. Schwartz's successor is a young female, attractive enough to forget his pain even before she injects Demerol in his butt, who alas is only happy to see him drop trou for an unprofessional reason from the past... Written by
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Ken Jong appears in this episode as a male nurse. Prior to becoming an actor Ken Jong was actually a doctor. See more
Charlie's pain injection takes effect almost as soon as the needle is removed. This is common to Hollywood productions. In reality injectable pain medication can take up to an hour to be sensed by the patient. The medication has to move through the muscle and get into the vascular system before it can be sensed. For pain medicine could work anywhere near as fast as was shown. It has to be given I.V. (intravenous). And this was not the case here. See more
[Charlie is injured and is only thinking about nailing his hot doctor
You're unbelievable! Does you penis have an off switch... pause button?
No. Just a little freckle.
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Written by Grant Geissman, Lee Aronsohn, and Chuck Lorre See more