Charlie dates a self-help author who is much older than him, has a 32-year-old son, and treats him more like his son than his boyfriend. Jake tries to write a book report over the weekend, but keeps losing the book before he can read it.

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Hoping for an earthquake to undo his Shakespeare assignment, Jake left it till the last weekend, without Taming the Shrew. Alan drags him to the bookstore, not that a copy has any chance of actually getting read, however hard he pushes his nitwit son. There Charlie meets and dates mature author Angie, an expert flatterer, who soon 'mothers' the neglected brothers. Written by KGF Vissers

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Charlie Harper: I don't know why you get so worked up about it. The kid's obviously destined to sell tube socks from the back of his car.
Alan Harper: A business of his own. Gee, that'd be swell.
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