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The gang create a sitcom using spy cameras originally installed out of fear that Charlie's Mom was holding Mac's mom hostage. Later: Dee wants in on the new project and Frank becomes obsessed with Charlie's mom.
Frank hits PR trouble due to a news segment that names Wolf Cola the official drink of Boko Haram, so Dee and Dennis help manage the crisis while Charlie and Mac try to plan a way to make Fight Milk the official drink of the UFC.
The pub becomes an overnight success when the gang accidentally turns it into a gay bar. Elsewhere, Charlie (Charlie Day) tries to prove to a crush that he's not racist after she catches him making an off-color comment. Mac: Rob McElhenney. Dennis: Glenn H (more…)
One of Charlie's old girlfriends (Heather Donahue) claims her 10-year-old son is his. Meanwhile, Mac tries to impress a cute pro-life supporter (Autumn Reeser) by feigning interest in her cause; and Dennis attempts to pick up women at an abortion rally. To (more…)
The gang opens the pub's doors to underage patrons to increase the establishment's profits. Later, Dennis, Charlie and Dee are asked to the prom. Trey: Robert Adamson. Sara: Katie Chonacas. Tammy: Jaimie Alexander.
Four twentysomething friends run a struggling Irish pub in Philadelphia. In this episode, Mac and Dennis reach a new low when they pretend to be acquainted with a patron found dead in their bar in order to get closer to his granddaughter. Meanwhile, Dee vi (more…)
Dennis and Dee's estranged father, Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito), returns to town to reconnect with his kids. They don't want anything to do with him, but Frank likes hanging with Charlie and Mac. Meanwhile, Charlie gets hit by Dennis's car (accidentally (more…)
The gang must perform community service after their “mishap” gets them arrested for arson. While fulfilling his duty, Charlie discovers that he has something in common with the coffee-shop waitress (Mary Elizabeth Ellis). Meanwhile, Frank's attempt to (more…)
Driven to distraction by their dad, Dennis and Dee quit Paddy's and decide to go on welfare. Back at the bar, Frank is driving Mac and Charlie crazy. He's also beginning to treat them like sons.
Barbara (Anne Archer) sleeps with Mac to arouse Frank's jealousy, so Dennis decides to seduce Mac's mom as payback. And Frank's decision to put Charlie in charge at the bar prompts an orgy of backstabbing and double-dealing, with sex as the weapon of choic (more…)
After she's mugged, Dee takes boxing lessons from ex-pug Frank, who runs into an old nemesis (Eddie Mekka) at the gym. Meanwhile, Mac and Dennis enter Charlie in an underground street-fight match with hopes of making some money. And both Dee and Charlie ne (more…)
- Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
- Profession: Actor, Screenwriter, Producer, Director