Teleplay and Television Story by Bruce Helford.
Directed by Andy Cadiff.

When Charlie almost beats his ex-wife's boyfriend with a lamp after an anger relapse, he decides he needs to go back to therapy. Unfortunately, he is currently having sex with the only therapist he trusts: his best friend Kate. Since the number-one rule of therapy is not to have sexual relations with patients, Charlie must choose between his love of sex and his need for help.

Also, rate and review the second episode, "Charlie and the Slumpbuster".

Written by Kristy Grant.
Directed by Gerry Cohen.

Charlie is visited by a troubled woman he had a one-night stand with while playing in the minor leagues. Wracked with the guilt of using her as his "slumpbuster", he pretends to date her and realizes she acts like less of a girlfriend and more of an obsessed stalker.

And, in the end credits, it said Sam Simon is the Executive Consultant on the show.