Two and a Half Men: Season 4, Episode 16

Young People Have Phlegm Too (19 Feb. 2007)

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Charlie tries to convince himself and Alan that he's not too old to be part of the wild, young party crowd.

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Charlie is getting older, making love every day or more exhausts him physically, to the point of needing a rest between bangs. So he needs to take his girl Robin -24, about half his age- out again, and brings Alan dancing to a club for her 24-year, ugly girlfriend, a recipe for a miserable night followed by a brotherly row. Then Charlie gets chest-pains, Alan brings him to hospital, clearly worried even more when he hears the beach-house inheritance comes with a mortgage. After Dr. Prajneep finds it's only gas, Alan takes Charlie to a 'fountain of youth' for their age... Written by KGF Vissers

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Alan (Jon Cryer) tells the Doctor in the Emergency Room that he is Matthew Broderick in order to gain faster service. After the Doctor gives Charlie (Charlie Sheen) his prognosis, the Doctor then scolds Alan "Why no sequel to Ferris Bueller?" Charlie Sheen had a cameo role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986). See more »

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Charlie thinks he's had a heart attack and goes to the hospital where he's shown being monitored by an electrocardiograph. However, when Charlie gets up to leave, he tosses the cable aside revealing that he was never hooked up to the monitor in the first place. See more »

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Alan: [the ER doctor asks Charlie what he has eaten recently; Alan responds for him] He had Belgium waffles, link sausages, two Red Bulls, a quart of scotch, and the tongue of a twenty-four year old actress.
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