You and Charlie?
|Chelsea to Melissa|
It is later revealed in Season 7 that her mom is a stereotypical homophobic, Republican white supremacist, as well as her dad Tom (portrayed by guest star Stacy Keach), who later reveals having a long-time passion for his fellow Navy Server and friend Edward Boyton who also turned out be a black man. He then leaves Chelsea's mom Martha for him.
Recently, after Alan got into trouble with the law, Chelsea became attracted to an attorney named Brad, and eventually left Charlie for him, leaving Charlie devastated. Chelsea and Charlie had a one-night stand after breaking up, and Chelsea wanted to get back with Charlie, but was thwarted due to Charlie sleeping with her best friend Gail. When Charlie took marijuana and envisioned several ex-girlfriends, Chelsea was among them. In the Season Finale for Season 7, it was her birthday and Charlie had already bought her a birthday present and has Jake give it to her and when he sees her walking down the street with her dog, he tries to drive off and crashes into a cop car and she finds him being arrested for it.
- She could read Charlie like a book, when he met an old one-night stand, Charlie nearly humped her into a coma to release his stress.
- Her middle name was revealed in season 6, ep 15 to be Christine.
- Alan was attracted to her but hides his feelings all through the series and acts as her good friend.
- Charlie did enjoy his time with her, particularly the sex, and even states she was one of his "favorites".
- The actress who plays Chelsea appears in Season 1 as a woman at the supermarket flirting with Charlie and in Season 2 as a one night stand and finally in Season 6 as Charlie's girlfriend and fiancé.
- She has a pet cat named Sir Lancelot.
- Charlie and Jake once ran over a cat and thought it was Sir Lancelot, to which Jake threatened Charlie with pictures, but later the cat is revealed to be owned by a large and muscular male neighbor of Charlie's.
- Despite being billed as a main character in Season 7, Jennifer Taylor was still billed as a recurring character.