I wasn't so impressed with previous episodes, but with this... Well, hey I was impressed. Good one, and memorable.
Charlie Harper and his waffle jingles was a superb idea on the writers part. Alan and Jake were hilarious, I don't think anyone could believe Charlie and his great success in the jingle children's business.
Ever since he got the job, he's done well for himself.
The dream sequence for sure. My favorite part, a drunken Charlie singing in a concert to these small children. I honestly though he would stuff up, so seriously, unpredictable and suspenseful. Out of this, I also found relatives joining in because of the change in style.
We didn't see Judith again, or much of Jake but the storyline and the comedy were too good itself to let it spoil this one.
The only con was that it was over too fast. It felt short, but what was in the shortness was fantastic. So, adding it all up, and the con, I rate it as 8.2/10 Great.