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Although I did not watch the episode you are referring to, I did research a review of the episode in question, and the reference was used to mean that the male "Paul the wine guy" had been impotent for two years, until he had sex with the woman. I think this was a slang they created for the show as I have not heard it used before, as is often the case with slang, one can guess its meaning. In this case, it does not appear to reference not having sex but rather being unable to perform sex, and only concerns the male.
Because I have watched some episodes of this show (it is a comedy) I would guess that while the one woman is telling Monica that she has had sex with Paul in a bragging sort of way she is trying to say she is so good, that she cured Paul of his impotence. This would imply that Monica thought she was the one who cured him. Curing him meant that they were so good, or sexy, that they could cure a guy of not being able to have sex. However, the further implication is that Paul, is using this statement of not being able to have sex (a medical condition), to get women to try to cure him. A very complicated way of picking up on women...but this show tries to show convoluted comedy ideas like this.