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Thank You for the Intercourse 

Still emotional after Charlie's death and jealous over Walden's ability to pick up hot single women, Alan takes a break from reality and channels his inner Charlie.

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As part of his divorce closure and start of a new single dating life, Walden redecorates the beach house. When Charlie's piano is taken away, already jealous Alan also turns melancholic and ends up incarnating his dearly missed brother, getting drunk and picking up girls as Charlie, down to his name and Bermudas. Jake feels insecure, squashed between two fellow losers turning into Charlies. Written by KGF Vissers

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At the end of the episode, when Alan thinks he's actually Charlie, he says out loud "Winning!" , which gets a big laugh from the audience. For a while, after Charlie Sheen was fired from the show, that was a pretty popular quote of Sheen's. See more »

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Alan Harper: Winning!
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Thanks for the Charlie!! Back with a bang!!
8 November 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The best episode of this season for sure. Chuck Lorre did it finally. Alan has become the lead role from a mere supporting cast now. Jon Cryer (Alan Harper) made the episode wonderful. Second best was the performance by Angus T. Jones (Jake). Walden was a mere supporting role for this episode and was not assigned any hilarious dialog except the title. He has been shown more of a crying baby and also a man with good heart by the end. The one liners cracked by Jake and Alan were simply awesome! Alan was at his best. The best moments were the Alan hooking up with the Dog lady. Those must have been the moments he must have always dreamed about. I also loved the way he missed his brother, this is the first time he has shown his emotions for his brother after his death. Loved to see the Charlie's trademark shirt and his shorts. Back again- The Cigar, The Scotch and "Agree to Disagree"!!


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