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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's new neighbor from Israel threatens to shut down Paddy's, and he has the law on his side. So the gang must “get creative.” This means jihad. And Frank's wife, Barbara (Anne Archer), returns from vacation, but absence certainly didn't make her (more…)
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…)
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…)
The Madonna of Paddy's? The gang seeks financial salvation when a leaky pipe at Paddy's causes a water stain on the wall that resembles the Virgin Mary. Meanwhile, Dee has an awkward reunion with a priest (David Hornsby) who had a crush on her in high scho (more…)
Let freedom ring at Paddy's! After an argument about constitutional rights and smoking in the bar, Mac and Dennis decide to lift all behavioral restrictions, and Paddy's soon goes wild. Meanwhile, Charlie and Dee head off to an antitobacco demonstration.
Dee receives e-mails from a man who claims to be her father (Stephen Collins), so she confronts Frank and Barbara (Danny DeVito and Anne Archer) to find out what's up. Meanwhile, Mac seeks out his own dad (Gregory Scott Cummins), who's in prison. Mrs. Kell (more…)
In the third-season opener, Dennis, Dee and Mac find a baby in a Dumpster, and Dee and Mac decide to raise him. They also decide to use him to raise some cash. Meanwhile, Dennis joins an environmental-activist group, and isn't exactly welcomed with open ar (more…)
Mac, Dennis and Dee try out for the Philadelphia Eagles, but seem more interested in outdoing each other. Also trying out for the team is Doyle McPoyle, a brother of the gang's archenemies, Ryan and Liam McPoyle. The entire McPoyle clan shows up to cheer D (more…)
The McPoyles invade Paddy's and take the gang hostage, demanding $100,000, a gassed-up boat and a reversible Planet Hollywood jacket. Meanwhile, Frank is crawling through the ductwork above Paddy's, searching for his will, when Liam McPoyle turns up the he (more…)
Dennis and Dee's abrasive mother has died, and the bad news is that she stiffed them in her will, leaving all her money to her humanitarian paramour, Bruce Mathis (Stephen Collins). But at least Dennis got her house. It's a “party mansion,” and that's (more…)
The gang declares war on a Korean restaurateur who threatens to bump Paddy's from its coveted and profitable spot on the city's annual pub crawl. Meanwhile, Dee is determined to hold a talent show, primarily because she wants to win it.
Dee gets a rude awakening when she discovers that “Fatty Magoo,” an overweight loser from her high-school class, is now a svelte, successful clothing-store owner. So Dee decides to design a dress for her, but Dennis decides that he's the better designe (more…)
The gang agrees to sell Paddy's after getting an offer that's too good to turn down. Problem is, Dee and Charlie, who aren't partners, must get real jobs. Members of Frank's “gang,” the Yellow Jacket Boys, are played by members of the doo-wop group The (more…)
Mac has been acting strangely, leading Frank, Dennis and Dee to believe that he's the serial killer who has been terrorizing Philadelphia. So they set out to catch him, but for Dennis and Dee, that means they must first learn to think like serial killers t (more…)
Dennis is mistaken for a recently released child molester; Mac tries to bond with his ex-con father, who can't take his eyes off a creeped-out Dee; and Frank moves out of the apartment he's been sharing with Charlie, and moves in with Charlie's mother.
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- Premiered: August 4, 2005
- Rating: TV-MA
- Premise: Seriously dark comedy about four dissolute friends who run a struggling pub in Philadelphia. Dennis, Dee, Mac and Charlie are absolutely (even gleefully) amoral. They're 'Seinfeld' characters on steroids, clowning their way through story lines that 'Seinfe… (more)