When Alan and Walden have a falling out, Alan has no choice but to seek refuge with Herb.
Berta: (to Walden about Alan) He's coming back; you know that, right?
Walden: No, he's not.
Berta: He is a human boomerang. He's going to circle around, break a window and land right on your couch. (doorbell rings, Berta opens it and it's Alan) Open a window in the kitchen, maybe he'll just go straight through.
Alan: (to Walden)Don't worry, I'm just here to pick up my things and then I'll be on my way.
Berta: Where you heading, Zippy, back to Mommy's?
Alan: Living with my mother--that's pretty pathetic, isn't it? No, for your information, I am living with my ex-wife's ex-husband at my ex-house.
Walden: (sarcastically)Yeah, that's not pathetic.
Berta: (with a duffel bag) All right, I packed all Zippy's stuff. It's sad. His entire life fits into one duffel bag.
Walden: What's even sadder is it's my duffel bag.
Herb: Hey, Alan.
Alan: (outside Lyndsey's house, startled) Oh, God! Herb! What-what are you doing?
Herb: Neighborhood watch.
Alan: Oh, that's nice. I-I didn't even know there was one.
Herb: There isn't.
This episode's end titles have Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #410.
International Air Dates:
Canada: March 7, 2013 on CTV
Sweden: April 1, 2013 on TV6
Turkey: April 15, 2013 on CNBC-e
Finland: February 28, 2014 on Sub
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