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Unfortunately, Charlie has no rules to help prepare Jake for when Celeste shows up unexpectedly with his Christmas present, and finds Jake with the other girl.

He’s willing to share with them how he knows but warns them, “It’s dirty.” and complains that he’s sitting so close to the fire his chestnuts are roasting. He asks if he can meet her parents (who are flying in), but she tells him that next year might be a good time as they are still learning about each other, However, Walden counters by telling Zoey her eye color, pants size and that she runs the faucet to cover her peeing. Alan tries to get Evelyn to come over seeing as though this is the family’s first Christmas without Charlie.

She declines as she is having a “two man sandwich”, which Alan learns over the phone in disgust.

Jake reminds Charlie that he’s in a committed relationship and, in turn, Charlie reminds Jake that he’s only 13 (though he’s actually 15) and shouldn’t be tied down so young.

Maybe Charlie is feeling a bit too tied down himself at the young age of 40 (though he’s actually 42), because it seems that he wants to live vicariously through Jake.

Alan has to mediate when Herb becomes more interested in Kandi and her breasts, making Judith angry.

Rose and Berta discover Charlie’s boundery after following the couple around the house and stopping at his bedroom door to eavesdrop.

After much prodding, Jake finally agrees to go talk to the girl.

Throughout the evening, and despite Alan’s repeated objections, Charlie helps Jake with the rules.

I think the best part of the scene, besides the poem of course, was Alan’s responses, in his best Oliver Twist accent, to Charlie’s bah-humbug attitude.

I’m not sure if Alan was hitting the sauce or if the holidays just puts him in a jolly mood, but he was downright witty!

Walden’s mother arrives and Alan is smitten with how young and beautiful she is.