Even insensitive Jake now commiserates with Charlie's post-Chelsea-gloom. Charlie wants tranquilizers, but the pharmacist arranges a prescription for pot. Judith's late grandpa left a valuable clock to Alan. Alan decides to go pick it up in Sacramento by car and taking Jake enables father-son quality time, but they have hardly anything in common except no future.
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[Charlie is hallucinating about his former girlfriends and huddled in his bed
Oh God, oh God, oh God!
How many times has that been said in this bed?
Or in this chair?
And all over this rug.
Two and a Half Men Theme
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