Charlie's inability to reciprocate his girlfriend's love forces him to examine his relationships with women.

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Charlie's conquest Colleen wishes him dead for not reciprocating her declaration of love. Alan calls him a misogynist for implicitly counseling Jake not to commit to his bed-partners. Charlie discusses his attitude to women with Rose, who suggests the psychological root cause is his mother. Worse still, this doubt affects his sex-life, so he's ripe to consult mother and try hypnotherapy from Rose. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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17 October 2005 (USA)  »

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When Rose calls Charlie's home phone number toward the end of the show. Alan comes out onto the deck from the kitchen, just as she finishes the call. It has been established in previous episodes that there phones in an around the kitchen, TV room, and living room. Since Rose called the number that rang on the home phone in Charlies room. Why didn't it ring throughout the house? As Alan comes back out onto the deck. Not only doesn't he think Rose has called the home. He doesn't seem to know anyone had. Even though there should have been at least four phones ringing in the house, most of them in and around the kitchen. Where Alan had been. See more »

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Charlie: [about Jake] Well how about that? The booger-eater grasped the symbolism!
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