Walden’s mother arrives and Alan is smitten with how young and beautiful she is.
They have dinner, Walden’s mother asks if Walden was now a homosexual and hiding it; they quickly due a recap of Season 9 to clear things up.
The real story of the evening, though, involves Charlie giving Jake some much unneeded advice about how to cheat.
Charlie notices Jake scamming on some girl down at the beach and gives him a hard time for not going down to meet them.
With hid thoughts muddled with alcohol and anger, Walden questions Zoey’s parents, who are very British and appear to like him despite his odd behavior, if they would do something similar to what happened to him.
I think the best part of the scene, besides the poem of course, was Alan’s responses, in his best Oliver Twist accent, to Charlie’s bah-humbug attitude.
I’m not sure if Alan was hitting the sauce or if the holidays just puts him in a jolly mood, but he was downright witty!
However, she tells him Magilla does exist and he shared the first four years of his life with him, which lead to Walden learning sign language; she wanted to see if a gorilla baby could learn as fast as a human baby.
She sent him back to the jungle after he tried to kill a Jehovah’s Witness.