When Mia shows total disdain for Charlie's overtures, Alan believes he's finally out of his depth, but Charlie couldn't resist the challenge. He deduces she's a dancer, works out where she teaches a kids ballet class and bribes Jake to join so he can bring the boy. Actually once there Jake falls for Mia, which is the one problem even Charlie's charm can't overcome once Mia accepts a date with him. Written by
Did You Know?
The title is based on the Cole Porter
song "You Do Something To Me" which includes the line "Do do that voodoo that you do so well." See more
Why - why do you enable his bahavior?
Why? I'll tell you why. Because your brother is the embodiment of the can-do, roll-up-your-sleeves spirit, that made this country great! He never gets discouraged, he goes after what he wants, and he doesn't know the meaning of the word "quit". And if the day should come, when any man, no matter how humble, can't go out there, and soil the loins of some hot little dancer, well... I don't want to live in that America!
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References The Flintstones
America The Beautiful
Composed by Samuel A. Ward
and Katharine Lee Bates
Performed by Conchata Ferrell See more