Charles in Charge

Season 1 Episode 6

Slumber Party

Aired Unknown Nov 14, 1984 on
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Episode Summary

Charles and Gwendolyn had a fight over something rather trivial, and suddenly he feels he doesn't want to deal with the whole WOMEN issue. He's had it with women! He looks around the Pembroke house and realizes that Lila is having all her girlfriends over for a slumber party. He is trapped in the house full of women, and although Buddy drops in and has agreed to stay with him, they are outnumbered. When he and Buddy finally escape to his room to be alone, they find that they are not alone there either.moreless

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • (Charles sees Enid's horses on his bed)
      Charles: Enid?
      Enid: Yes?
      Charles: This is my room, this is not Montana.

    • Stan: Well, Charles, it takes a long time to understand women, but when you reach the right age, it all becomes easy.
      Charles: Really? Well, when's the right age?
      Stan: I'll let you know when I get there.

    • Charles: Please don't mention women to me.
      Heather: Sara Lee!
      Stacy: Aunt Jemima!
      Lila, Stacy and Heather: Betty Crocker!

    • Douglas: What is ready? What is up? The master says "All Action is Relative" and the disciple answers.
      Jason: I'm not your disciple! And I'm sorry I'm your relative.

    • Buddy: Are you sure we're gonna make it to your room alive?
      Charles: We've got to Buddy, out here in the open we're sitting ducks.
      Paula: Here I come again!
      Charles: It's Thackery hit it!

    • Gwendolyn: I do not appreciate your decible level because of my preference for lettuce.
      Charles: Women.
      Gwendolyn: I heard that.
      Charles: Of course you did rabbit food, rabbit ears.

    • Lila: I'm waiting for Mr. Right.
      Paula: I'm waiting for Mr. Wonderful.
      Enid: I'm waiting for Mr. Ed.

    • Buddy: We're not gonna make it Charles, we're gonna die in this jungle, two lives snuffed out by some bizarre pajama ritual.

    • Douglas: What is love? What is out?
      Jason: What is pain?!

  • NOTES (1)

    • Samantha Smith, 12-year-old from Maine, wrote a letter to the late Soviet Premier Andrei Andropov and was invited by him to visit the Soviet Union. She joins Julianne McNamara, triple medal-winning Olympic gymnast who appeared in a previous episode, in a cameo role in this episode.