I was actually quite disappointed. What were the writers thinking? The low comedy in it wasn't a great help and it felt like nothing really significant happened.
The episode dealt with Alan and how Charlie finally found a way to release his feelings out in the open. Though I must say, Steven Tyler: What a guy. I just didn't understand all the clapping from the audience when he walked in Charlie's door. I now wish that I hadn't wasted 175MB to download what I thought was going to be a brilliant, fine example based episode. The plot was poorly done. The only guy who really lightened up the day was Jake, lol. Him in Charlie's hat was funny, Mr. Rock it up guy.
Anyway, a dullish sort of episode and a waste of Broadband usage. Still, a little good with the homor.