Alan lectures Charlie for teaching Jake to gamble and tipping pizza boy Ted $50. Alas, Berta's shopping shows that his credit-card is maxed out and is cut up. Stan explains that four months of expenses which exceed his income have wiped him out financially, until his next royalties pay-out. After missing a shipping date by buying cheap generic stuff and having to tip Ted $2, Charlie swallows his pride, then tears up the check rather then dine with Evelyn. Rose volunteers a loan, pittance in her rich family, even begs he accepts it as a friend.
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Berta takes her owed money from Charlie in trade using the coffee espresso maker, there just happens to be one on the table next to the normal coffee maker. See more
[Charlie has run into some financial trouble
I can't do this anymore. I quit.
You can't quit poverty, Charlie.
References The Flintstones
Two and a Half Men Theme
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