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At the end, Harvey says the title Sleep Tight, Puddin' Pop of this episode.
Alan: What did you do now?
Charlie: I... did... Rose!
Charlie: (to Alan) I guess your hearing is more acute when your nuts are on the line.
Charlie: Rose was in my bedroom because she was tired.
Jake: Uncle Charlie, I'm an underachiever, not an idiot.
Alan: I never slept with your daughter.
Harvey: I'm not surprised.
Charlie: (to Harvey) So, you're Rose's Dad. I see the resemblance.
Harvey: Guys, feel free to call me Dad.
Alan: No, thank you.
Charlie: I couldn't.
Harvey: Evelyn, are you married?
Evelyn: Not at the moment.
Charlie: I never told you about half the stuff Rose pulled around here.
Alan: Why not?
Charlie: Cause we needed a babysitter and I didn't want you to get spooked.
Alan: Charlie, do me a favor, don't ever talk to my kid about sex.
Alan: 'Cause you're a pig.
Berta: (to Rose) Hey, birthday girl, you got anything good last night?
Harvey's Mom: He's really a good boy, but these things happen when you marry a first cousin.
Charlie: It's time someone taught him the facts of life.
Alan: What facts? That you did a stupid stupid thing because you're a stupid stupid man.
Charlie: I was getting to that.
Jake: Why was it stupid?
Alan: Because he had sex with someone he doesn't love.
Charlie: No, no, because I had sex with someone who knows how to disable the alarm system.
Rose: Ok, now it's time for the party games.
Charlie: I've got one. (grabs a bottle of tequila) It's called drink until this night makes some sort of sense. I'll go first. (takes a shot) Nope, not yet
Evelyn: I think God gives us children so that death won't come as such a disappointment.
Alan: Mom, just go with the flow.
The German episode title is "Ich kann ihren Skrupel sehen", meaning "I Can See her Scruples". The French title is "Telle fille, tel père", meaning "Like Daughter, Like Father". The Italian title is "Buonanotte paperina", meaning "Goodnight, Little Duck". The Spanish title is "¡Que duermas bien, tontita!", meaning "Sleep Well, Fool".
Martin Sheen is Charlie Sheen's father in real life.
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