Hank has decided that he needs to get rid of the extraneous women in his life, and he intends to achieve it in one day. Unfortunately, the women might want to keep him. Meanwhile, Sue needs Charlie's help with her first client.

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Hank has decided that he needs to get rid of the extraneous women in his life, and he intends to achieve it in one day. Unfortunately, the women might want to keep him. Meanwhile, Sue needs Charlie's help with her first client.

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When Hank sweeps Ellen off her feet and says "Why don't you go brew up a pot of word tea and dip your balls in it," to Wilder portrayed by Ken Marino, the phrase 'dip your balls in it' refers to a catchphrase Marino is known for from his time on MTV's The State (1993). See more »

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19 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

with this episode it has achieved what most shows do not do or cannot do, reference itself. One of the funnier episodes with more physical comedy including Peter Fonda. Except of his own volition I can't understand why he isn't on screen more.

Thank you to everyone involved, including cast members not on this episode, for a very entertaining way to spend 28 minutes.

with this episode it has achieved what most shows do not do or cannot do, reference itself. One of the funnier episodes with more physical comedy including Peter Fonda. Except of his own volition I can't understand why he isn't on screen more.

Thank you to everyone involved, including cast members not on this episode, for a very entertaining way to spend 28 minutes.


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