When Chelsea became sick, Charlie decided to let her stay at his place so he could take care of her. Charlie tried very hard to not run away from Chelsea and her illness after she became demanding with her many requests.
Chelsea was spending the night with Charlie, when she appeared to be coming down with a bad cold. She told Charlie that she thought she should go home but Charlie didn't realize that she was testing him. She didn't really want to go home, but Charlie didn't know that and he was fine with her going home. Charlie then felt bad and said that she should stay and he would take care of her. He was going to sleep on the couch and give Chelsea the entire bed, but she didn't want him to leave her. He ended up sleeping next to her and said, "How can I say no? Seriously, how?"
Downstairs, Alan was wearing his robe while he drank wine and watched the movie "Bridges of Madison County." Charlie waited for Chelsea to fall asleep, and once she did, he joined Alan downstairs. Alan didn't want Charlie to know what he was really watching, so he said he was watching a Clint Eastwood movie. Charlie told Alan that he had hoped that Chelsea would get well soon, because this isn't what he signed up for. He then sat down next to Alan, and saw that the movie wasn't a Clint Eastwood movie. "You're a giant fruit basket!" Charlie said to Alan. Alan told Charlie that with Chelsea being sick, this could be an opportunity for Charlie to show Chelsea that she can depend on him, and not just in good times. "Watch Clint and Meryl...learn how to love," Alan advised Charlie.
After Charlie went back to bed, Chelsea had asked him if he was awake. He opened his eyes and saw how awful Chelsea had looked from being sick, especially with her red nose. "I hope not," Charlie responded. She said that she felt awful and that she should go home. Charlie told her once again to stay, and that he would take care of her. He asked her if she would like tea. She said yes, and she also wanted an English muffin made a special way, along with a few other demands. Charlie agreed to get her what she asked for.
Jake and Alan were in the kitchen, and Alan had noticed that Jake was wearing a necklace. Jake said some girl bought it for him. He then admitted that it was a 9 year-old who gave it to him, and she was in his math class. Alan asked, "Is she one of those advanced students?" Jake replied, "Sadly, no." Charlie then entered the kitchen. He asked Berta if she could make Chelsea tea and an English muffin. Berta said she could, but she walked away. Charlie was stuck having to make the tea and English muffin for Chelsea himself. Jake said that as soon as he gets his license that he's so out of there. This was in response to Alan and Charlie coming back at him after he made some comment to Charlie. Alan told Jake that he could drive his girlfriend to Gymboree. "At least I have a girlfriend!" He said. Jake then said that since Chelsea was sick, that maybe she had an STD. "You can prevent it by using a condom," Jake informed Charlie. Charlie told Jake that they could have prevented Jake by using a condom.
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