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Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Charlie Meets With Jen And Her Business Partner (Lori), Because Jen Asked Charlie If He’d Like To Invest In Her And Lori’s Mobile Manicure Company.
  • Lori Arrives, And After Seeing How Beautiful She Is, Charlie Automatically Decides To Invest In The Company.
  • Charlie Tries To Convince Jen To Give Him Lori’s Number.
  • Jen Says That She Will Give Lori A Call For Charlie, Telling Her How Great Charlie Is.
  • Charlie And Lori Go Out For Dinner.
  • Charlie Learns That Lori Doesn’t Believe In Therapy.
  • Charlie Invites Lori To Sit In On One Of His Therapy Sessions, To Prove To Her That Therapy Is Valid. The Session Will Be A Bit Different, As Charlie Has Invited A Former Patient To Tell How Helpful Therapy Has Been For Him.
  • During His Testimony, The Former Patient Breaks Out In A Fit Of Anger. This Isn’t Helping Charlie Prove His Point, At All.
  • Lori Leaves The Therapy Session. Is Seems That Her And Charlie’s Relationship Has Hit A Rough Patch.
  • Patrick Calls Charlie And Tells Him That His Mother’s Ghost Is Haunting Him.
  • Charlie Arrives At Patrick’s Place.
  • Charlie Learns That Patrick’s Mother Made All Of His Relationship Decisions. Patrick And His Boyfriend Just Had A Fight, And Patrick Doesn’t Know What To Do About The Situation This Is Most Likely The Reason That Patrick “Thinks” He Is Being Haunted By His Mother’s Ghost.
  • Charlie Calms Patrick Down, And Tells Him That He May Need To Live On His Own For A While, So That He Can Learn To Make His Own Decisions.
  • Charlie Goes On Another Date With Lori. He Tells Her That He Had A Breakthrough With Patrick. Lori Says That She Can Move Past The Therapy Disagreement, And They Can Continue With Their Relationship.
  • Charlie Learns That Lori Believes In Non-Sense, And She Doesn’t Believe In Practical Things. Charlie Ultimately Ends His Relationship With Lori, And Goes Back To Kate.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “I’m Just Trying To Learn Here.”    – Ed

2) “I Can’t Quip.”    – Nolan

3) “Yes, Nailed The Quip.”    – Nolan

4) “You Need A Pysch Ward.”    – Charlie

5) “You Only Date Empty-Headed Young Girls.”   – Jen

6) “A Friggin’ Magician?”    – Charlie

7) “Whatever, I Just Want To Have Sex With You.”   – Lori

8) “Hey, Frogstein?”    – Ed

9) “Uh, Bobo’s Dead.”    – Lacey



Tonight’s Episode Of Anger Management Was Hilariously Magnificent! Tonight’s Episode Really Surprised Me When Denise Richards (Lori) Was Brought On. Since Charlie Sheen And Denise Richards Were Actually Married In Real Life, Th Episode Really Played Off On That. The Show Isn’t Complex, But It’s Hilarious, And It Keeps Me Interested Each Week. I Am Really Starting To Become A Fan Of The Show. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Anger Management. Watch Anger Management Live: Thursday’s At 9:30/8:30C. On FX.


~ Scott R.

Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Sam Begins Practicing For Her SAT’s, So That She Will Be Able To Get Into A Good College. Sam Also Starts A College Prep Club.
  • Charlie Learns That Jen Has Began Reading (Rather Descriptive) Romance Novels.
  • Kate Is Scheduled To Be Called To Testify As An Expert Witness, In A Murder Trial. Kate Is Having Trouble Finding Something To Wear To The Trial, So Charlie Gives He Patrick’s Phone Number. Patrick Will Be Able To Help Kate Find Something To Wear.
  • Sam’s College Prep Club Members Begin Telling Her That She’s Never Going To Have “Relations”, Due To Her OCD Disorder. Sam Lies And Tells The Group That She’s Already Had “Relations”. Sam Uses Scenes/Scenarios From Jen’s  Book, To Fabricate Her Lie.
  • Patrick Informs The Group That He Is No Longer Going To Be Attending Sessions With Them.
  • Charlie Decides To Go To Patrick’s Work, To Ask Him Why He Decided To Stop Attending The Therapy Sessions.
  • Patrick Reveals To Charlie That He Is Seeing A New Therapist. Patrick’s New Therapist Is Kate.
  • Charlie Begins To Feel That Kate Stole Patrick From Him.
  • Charlie Goes To Dinner With Kate. During Dinner, Kate And Charlie Begin Talking About Patrick. Kate Says That Patrick Made The Decision To Switch Therapists. Kate Says That She Didn’t Influence His Decision, Whatsoever.
  • Jen Reveals To Charlie That Sam Has Been Talking About “Sexual Encounters” During Her College Prep Club Meetings.
  • Charlie And Jen Talk To Sam About What She’s Been Discussing During Her Club Meetings. Sam Says That She Made Up The Stories Due to Peer-Pressure. Sam Also Reveals That She Got The Stories From Jen’s Book.
  • Charlie Convinces Patrick To Re-Join The Group’s Sessions.
  • Kate And Charlie Resolve Their Differences, Regarding Patrick.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “Well, I Like Commercials. They Tell Me What To Buy.”     – Ed

2) “It’s Always About The Brown People.”    – Lacey

3) “They Was In My Ass The Whole Time.”    – Cleo

4) “Long Story Short, I Killed Him. I Killed Them Both”   – Wayne

5) “I Think I’ll Just Chuck It.”    – Charlie

6) “Maybe I Should Get A Nook.”     – Jen

7) “Yes, Mr. Spock.”     – Jen



Tonight’s Episode Of Anger Management Was Hilariously Entertaining! I Love How The Show Is Full Of Jokes And Laughs, While Also Harnessing A Faint Backstory/Plot (The Therapy Group’s Progression). I Must Say, When I First Saw The Promos For This Show, I Thought It Was Going To Be Completely Ridiculous And Stupid. I Was Proved Wrong After Watching The Pilot Episode. After Watching The Pilot, I Learned That The Show Is Actually Entertaining And Solid. I Would Say That This Is Charlie Sheen’s Big Comeback. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Anger Management. Watch Anger Management Live: Thursday’s At 9:30/8:30C. On FX.


~ Scott R.

Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Charlie Decides To Have The Group Undergo Sleep Deprivation Therapy, They Will Stay Awake For 36 Hours. Charlie Wants The Group To Do this, So That Their Inhibitions Will Come Down. (And The Truth Will Be Told).
  • Charlie Asks Kate To Supervise The Group After The 24th Hour. This Way Charlie Can Go Home And Rest, So That He Can Be Rested, When The Truth Session Begins.
  • Everyone Arrives At Charlie’s Office To Wait For The Truth Session To Begin.
  • Charlie And The Group Has Been Awake For 24 Hours. Charlie Calls Kate To Come Supervise The Group, So That he Can Go Get Some Rest. Kate Tells Charlie That She Has To Go Fill Out Some Important Paperwork, And She Can’t Supervise The Group. This Means That Charlie Must Stay Awake For 36 Hours (Just Like The Group).
  • It’s Been 36 Hours, And The Group Is Becoming Delirious.
  • Due To Her Lack Of Sleep, Lacey Kisses Charlie (Multiple Times).
  • Charlie Feels That The Group Is Adequately Suffering From Sleep Deprivation, So He Begins The Truth Session.
  • Ed Begins Talking To Charlie During The Truth Session, And Charlie Says: “Shut Up Dad!”. It Seems That Charlie Needs The Sleep Deprivation Therapy, Just As Much As The Group Does.
  • During The Truth Session, Patrick Realizes That He’s Avoiding His Feelings, Lacey Cried, And Nolan Yelled. (These Are Breakthroughs, Perhaps Small Breakthroughs, But Nonetheless, They’re Still Breakthroughs.)
  • Charlie Reveals That All He Ever Wanted To Do Was Make His Dad Proud. (This Explains His Outburst During The Truth Session.)
  • Lacey Reveals That Her Issues May Have Been Caused By Her Dad Leaving, When She Was A Kid.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “Coffee May Not Be The Answer.”    – Charlie

2) “We Don’t Sleep On Pool Tables Anymore.”    – Charlie

3) “This Is Like A Truth Serum.”    – Charlie

4) “He Gives Me 10% Off, Because He Tortured Me.”   – Ed

5) “Just Take Your Stupid Blanket.”    – Lacey

6) “Is That A Euphemism For Something Else?”     – Charlie



Tonight’s Episode Of Anger Management Was Hilarious. In Tonight’s Episode, Charlie Had His Group Undergo Sleep Deprivation Therapy, So That They Would Reveal Their True Feelings. (This Provided A Lot Of Laughs.) I Don’t Like Two And A Half Men  Nor Charlie Sheen, But I Must Say, I Thoroughly Enjoy Anger Management. Charlie Sheen Has Had A Rough Year(s), But I Really Think This Show Is His Huge Comeback. I Would Definitely Recommend Anger Management. Watch Anger Management Live: Thursday’s At 9:30/8:30C. On FX.


~ Scott R.

Show Description & Review:

The Series Premeire Of This Show Was Actually Pretty Decent. The Show Is About A Man Named Charlie Goodson. Charlie Once Had Anger Issues, But Now He Is An Anger Management Therapist. Charlie Begins Having Trouble Controlling His Anger, So He Decides To Enroll In Anger Management Himself. Basically, Charlie Is A Therapist, Who Is Going To Therapy, While Still Hosting His Group’s Therapy Sessions. The Show Focuses On Charlie’s Daily Life. The Show Is Hilariously Ironic, And I Thoroughly Enjoyed The Premiere. Overall, Anger Management Is A Show That’s Worth Watching. Watch Anger Management Live: Thursday’s At 9:30/8:30C. On FX.

~ Scott R.

I completely agree with Scott the show just completely makes fun of Sheen’s issues and him getting fired from Two & Half Men in a funny and well done comedic way. Charlie Sheen as an anger management therapist?! Just that alone means hilarity will ensure through the whole series.