Alan says the title of this episode.
Alan: I'd like to take a moment to talk about my brother and his incredible love for life.
Lydia: He also loved being spanked.
Michelle: …while wearing my panties.
Alan: (while giving the eulogy) I understand some of you have "mixed feelings," but I think we can all agree that Charlie lived life to its fullest and gave it everything he had.
Isabella: He gave me herpes.
Gail: Vaginal warts.
Alan: (looking at the ashes on the floor) That's my dead brother.
Walden: Oh, I'm sorry I made you spill him.
Alan: That's okay, that's okay. I'll Dustbust him later.
Rose: Charlie Harper was the love of my life, and a wonderful, wonderful man.
Sherri: (faking a sneeze) Selfish pig!
Rose: Sure, our relationship had its ups and downs, and the occasional restraining order, but in the end, we ran away together to Paris, where he asked me to marry him. I said yes, and the next few days were the happiest of my life. Nothing could spoil it. Not even when I came home from shopping and found him taking a shower with another woman.
(everyone else murmurs in agreement that Charlie would do that)
Rose: But I forgave him, because I loved him unconditionally. So you can imagine my horror when the very next day, he slipped on the Metro platform and fell in front of an oncoming train.
Berta: (sotto voce) Never cross a crazy woman.
Alan: My point is, Charlie lived life on his own terms and-and never apologized for who he was.
Mia: Yeah, blah, blah, blah. Why can't we see the body?
Courtney: Yeah, I didn't come all this way to spit on a closed coffin.
Alan: Okay, I understand how you feel, but, uh, due to the circumstances of his passing, the remains aren't exactly… spittable.
Walden: Guess what? I had sex with two girls last night.
Alan: Great. I masturbated and cried myself to sleep.
This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #348, a picture of three cans: two upright and one toppled over.
Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson crossover their titular roles as Dharma and Greg Montgomery from Dharma & Greg, one of Chuck Lorre's earlier shows that ran from 1997–2002. Additionally, their co-star Joel Murray (who played Pete Cavanaugh) appears, but in an unrelated role as a deliveryman.
United Kingdom: September 26, 2011 on Comedy Central
Finland: September 4, 2012 on Sub
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