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Audio CD, January 1, Big Flappy Bastards [1. So no TV, no computer, no Game Boy. Charlie, I need you to be my eyes and ears. Charlie : OK, but you have to be my liver and prostate. Charlie : The guilt thing doesn't work on me, Alan.
Alan : Yeah, well it's all I got. I gotta go. Charlie : Where are you going? Alan : Take out the garbage. Charlie : Today wasn't garbage day. Alan : No, not here, at Judith's. Charlie : At Judith's? Alan, your wife threw you out. Alan : Well that doesn't mean she doesn't need me anymore. Charlie : It kinda does. So, how do you lift those garbage cans without a spine? Alan The-they're on wheels. We're getting up early to go to Disneyland.
Charlie : "We"? Alan : Yeah. I thought maybe you'd want to come with us. Charlie : Alan, I'm not thrilled about having one small rodent in my house. Why would I drive 50 miles to see their kingdom? Cab Driver : Your mother sounds like a real piece of work. Charlie : Ah, you have no idea, my friend. My mother took my baby brother and dipped him in sissy sauce, and turned him into the people-pleasing control freak you see today. Alan : That's right!
And — and she made him so scared of intimacy that — that he has just this endless stream of gorgeous girls running in and out of his life. Charlie : Damn her. Cab Driver : You know, many psychologists agree: Until the core maternal relationship is resolved, most men are doomed to repeat dysfunctional childhood patterns. Charlie : Just drive the cab, Dr. Judith : [About Jake] He can't go in the water this weekend, he's got an ear infection.
Jake : Awwwww, Mom Alan : No, it's OK, pal, we'll have a great weekend. We can go to Disneyland , we can play miniature golf , go bowling, bike riding, whatever you want. Charlie : Alan, relax. You're starting to sound like a tampon commercial. Charlie : Thank you. Not as good as Berta's. Alan : But I just-- I just pushed the button. Charlie : Berta's tasted I don't know, Christmassy.
Alan : Wh-- what does that mean, "Christmassy"? What-- Charlie : It means "like Christmas". Alan : No, you I mean, nutmeg , cinnamon , powdered reindeer Charlie : I don't know. It's just that when you drank it, it just felt like Christmas morning and anything was possible. You're a maid, and I'm an ass. Berta : I'm a housekeeper. Alan : Of course. Berta : And you're an ass.
Alan : You know what, Charlie? You're impossible! I give up. I'll go get Berta back. Charlie : Fine! Alan : All right, where does she live? Alan : All right, what's her last name? Alan : Your entire life revolves around this woman and you don't know anything about her! Charlie : Wait!
She took a bus! Alan : I stand corrected. No one won, no one lost. Jake : Yeah, except for us, 12 to 2. Charlie : Hey, pal, it doesn't matter if you win or lose.
It's whether or not you beat the spread. Charlie : Hey, we're here for fun, right? Nobody wins or loses. Alan : Oh, come on! Somebody always loses! It's 8 to 1 out there and everybody here knows it. And-- and you know, I'll tell you another thing!
We haven't won a game all season, and I'm putting that in the newsletter! And as God as my witness, there will be a newsletter! Jake : Dad, you're kind of freaking everybody out here. Charlie : Forget it, Jake. It's Sherman Oaks. Both : Well Alan : Jake has this thing Charlie : Got work.
Alan : Judith will have Jake. Charlie : Don't really want to. Charlie : Come on, we went out a couple of times. She assumed it was an exclusive thing, and when she found out it wasn't, she got a little upset. I'm-- I'm very happy for you. Good night. This man is very important to me. Now, we are going to have a nice dinner, you are going to be charming, and Tommy will remain oblivious to the fact that you defiled his daughter. Charlie : Hey, she wasn't exactly filed when I met her! Charlie : Which half?
Alan : Hey, where have you been? Charlie : I just had lunch with my mother and my stalker. They spent the afternoon eating off each other's plates and discussing my fear of intimacy. Alan : You do have that, you know. Well, anyway, look, can we talk about this picture Jake drew?
Charlie : What's to talk about? He's a boy. He saw a woman's ass. He liked it. Thank your lucky stars it wasn't the cable guy's ass and move on! Jake : No, it's spelled "Can-cun". Alan : It's in Mexico. Jake : We should go there for Christmas instead of Aunt Betty's. Alan : What are you reading? Jake : Sports Illustrated , but it's mostly ladies in bathing suits.
Jake : Miss Tuttle? She's very strict. Charlie : That could work. Judith [to the class] : OK, everybody, what we're gonna do is put the girls on one side and the boys on the other. Alan : Sure, start splitting them up early. That's your answer for everything, isn't it? Judith : Excuse me? Alan : Uh, would Mrs. Plaintiff please see Mr. Respondent in the hallway? Jake : Hey, what you doing? Charlie : Trying to find some plausible connection between my jingles and the Industrial Revolution.
Jake : I just talked to my dad. Charlie : Yea. I like that I get to stay here on weekends. I like that, too. But you gotta be sad about your folks though, right? And this is a sad thing. Charlie : Of course he is. Jake : From what? Charlie : From being sad. But the liquor industry is built on it. Jake : What? Jake : Yea. Jake gets up and goes through to the next room where Alan is sitting at his desk. Phase One, Complete [1. And I want us to be buddies again.
I don't want you to hate me anymore. Jake: I don't hate you. Charlie: Good. Jake: I'm just very disappointed in you. Charlie: Hey, I get enough of that crap from my mother. Charlie : It's not that I don't care what you want.
It's just that What you want doesn't matter. I do suck. Merry Thanksgiving [1. Lisa : Oh, God, Charlie, what poor girl did you knock up? Charlie : No, no, it's my nephew. He and my brother are living with me now. I'm like, Mr. Family Guy. Lisa : Yeah, right, family guy. How's it going with your mom? Charlie : What the hell does my mom have to do with family? Alan : Uh, l-- look, I-- I appreciate your-- your feelings for me, but I have to tell you, I-- I really think your-- your daughter deserves a lot of respect.
I mean it-- it takes real courage to make changes in your life and not worry about what everybody thinks. Judith : Thank you, Alan. Evelyn : That's true. The lesbians of my generation were too scared to come out of the closet.
Lenore [Judith's mom] : Does that mean what I think it means? Alan : You haven't told them? Judith : No. I thought it would be more appropriate coming from your mother. Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor [1.
She-- she's straight, she's gay, she's straight again I mean, place your bets! Where she lands, nobody knows! Charlie : Alan, it's no big deal. Women get to experiment with their sexuality. It's only guys who have to make a choice and stick to it. Alan : Where do you get this stuff? Charlie : I make it up. Alan : Where's my mother? Jake : She left. Alan : Why?
Jake : I don't know. We were watching SpongeBob SquarePants , and she stood up and said life was too short. Jake : I don't wanna go clothes shopping. I'm not the one that needs a new look, so why do I have to go? Alan : Come on, Jake, get your jacket and let's go. Jake : Fine, I'll get my stupid jacket, then we'll get in the stupid car and then we'll go to the stupid mall and we'll go stupid clothes shopping. Charlie : Hey, don't talk to your stupid father like that. Charlie : Come on, Alan.
If you change your look you might be able to land someone in the dating game. You know, like Judith is. Alan : I don't need to land anyone in any game.
Charlie : Fine, I'm here if you need me. Alan : I'm fine. So Jake, what's new? Jake : My soccer coach sings a lot now. Jake : No reason. But I think it's the same reason Mom sings all the time now. Alan : Oh, all right. Jake : I'm done. Can I go watch TV now? Alan : Sure. Help me Charlie, I wanna sing for no reason too! Berta : No, it's Liz Hurley , but I'm holding water. Charlie : I'm still sleeping here.
Could you come back in a little while? Berta : I could, or you could get your pampered ass out of bed and let me do my demeaning job and get on with my hellish life. Berta : Oh, honey, don't get me started. Jake : What does that mean? Berta : It means: If she gets a high school diploma before she gets a baby, she'll be the first one in the family.
Alan : Jake, come here, sit down. Jake : Did I do something wrong? Charlie : No, just sit down. We wanna talk to you about something. Jake : [sits down] OK. Alan : Well Jake, you know how I always told you to tell your parents about what's happening and everything you've been doing. Jake : Yeah. Alan : Well you Charlie : You don't have to do that anymore. You're a big boy now and you, you don't have to do that now.
Jake : Why? Alan : Well because, now that you're older, we feel that some things are best kept to yourself. Jake : Or you just don't want mom to find out about Prudence. Charlie : That too. Jake : OK. Judith : [Enters] Hi Jake, ready to go? Jake : Sure.
Jake : Uncle Charlie says I don't have to tell you. Sara Like Puny Alan [1. Charlie : Why not? Alan : Summer of my junior year? The Seals and Crofts concert? You got the incredible cheerleader, and I got her sister, The Incredible Hulk?! Jake : Hey, Dad, wanna hear a funny joke?
Alan : Sure, why not. Jake : OK, there's a priest, a minister, and a rabbit. Charlie : That's a "rabbi", Jake. Jake : Oh, yeah. OK, a priest, a minister, and a rabbi. I forgot the rest.
I gotta go to the bathroom. Charlie : Wait, you know why they call this a European health spa? Charlie : [Who is trying to convince Alan to go on a double date with him even though he is sick] Please, please go with me. Look, she's great, her name is Dezeray.
Alan : I don't care what her name is! Charlie : What do you mean? That's like desire but with yay in it! I Can't Afford Hyenas [1. I gave him a fifty. Alan : That's Charlie : If you say so. I was never good at math. Alan : Oh, yeah, but you can figure out the point spread, the over-under, and the vigorish on every football game in the country. Charlie : What can I tell you?
I've got a beautiful mind. I quit. Alan : You can't quit poverty, Charlie.Rocket Coma is a 6 piece band from Fayetteville, AR, featuring 3 guitars, bass, keys and drums. Every member sings. Turn in your guns, we're coming home..).