Episode: 1x01 | Airdate: Aug 4, 2005
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 Howerton. Sweet Dee: Kaitlin Olson.
Episode: 1x02 | Airdate: Aug 11, 2005
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. Tommy: Spenser Daniel.
Episode: 1x03 | Airdate: Aug 16, 2005
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.
Episode: 1x04 | Airdate: Aug 23, 2005
The gang finds out that Charlie may have cancer, so they hatch a plan to relieve his anguish. Meanwhile, Mac gets involved with a transvestite.
Episode: 1x05 | Airdate: Aug 30, 2005
The guys buy a gun after the bar is robbed, and Charlie uses it to intimidate his nagging landlord. Meanwhile, Dennis and Mac vow to catch the thief, and Dee feigns interest in guns to win over a crush.
Episode: 1x06 | Airdate: Sep 6, 2005
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 visits her bedridden grandfather, and Charlie comes along for support.
Episode: 1x07 | Airdate: Sep 13, 2005
The gang thinks Charlie may have been molested by his high-school gym teacher, so they stage an intervention, and invite Charlie's family and other alleged victims.
Episode: 2x01 | Airdate: Jun 29, 2006
Dennis and Dee's estranged father, Frank Reynolds, 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, of course) and needs to use a wheelchair. The gang soon discovers that this isn't all that bad.
Episode: 2x02 | Airdate: Jun 29, 2006
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 heart grow fonder. Frank: Danny DeVito. Ari Frankel: Josh Stamberg.
Episode: 2x03 | Airdate: Jul 6, 2006
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.
Episode: 2x04 | Airdate: Jul 6, 2006
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 choice. Danny DeVito's daughter Lucy guests as Jenny.
Episode: 2x05 | Airdate: Jul 13, 2006
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 need help, which they find in a pill bottle.
Episode: 2x06 | Airdate: Jul 20, 2006
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 bond with Dennis backfires
Episode: 2x07 | Airdate: Jul 27, 2006
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 school.
Episode: 2x08 | Airdate: Aug 3, 2006
Frank offers the gang his political wisdom, which unsurprisingly involves bribery. Then Dennis decides to run for office himself.
Episode: 2x09 | Airdate: Aug 10, 2006
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.
Episode: 2x10 | Airdate: Aug 17, 2006
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. Kelly: Lynne Marie Stewart.
Episode: 3x01 | Airdate: Sep 13, 2007
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 arms. But he finds a way to take revenge. And Charlie wants Frank to take a DNA test to determine whether they're father and son. Frank won't do that, but he's happy to join Charlie on Dumpster-diving expeditions.
Episode: 3x02 | Airdate: Sep 13, 2007
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 Doyle on, which is not good news for fellow tailgaters Frank and Charlie.
Episode: 3x03 | Airdate: Sep 20, 2007
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 how he intends to use it.
Episode: 3x04 | Airdate: Sep 20, 2007
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 heat.
Episode: 3x05 | Airdate: Sep 27, 2007
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 designer. He also knows that he has the charm to sell it to Fatty (Judy Greer).
Episode: 3x06 | Airdate: Sep 27, 2007
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.
Episode: 3x07 | Airdate: Oct 4, 2007
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 Mighty Echoes, who perform.
Episode: 3x08 | Airdate: Oct 4, 2007
The gang want to become local celebrities, so Mac and Charlie create their own newscast on a public-access channel, while Dennis and Dee set out to make a splash on the club scene.
Episode: 3x09 | Airdate: Oct 11, 2007
Dee dates a famous local rapper and it could turn out to be true love, even though he might be mentally challenged. In any event, his success inspires Mac, Dennis, Charlie and Frank to start their own band.
Episode: 3x10 | Airdate: Oct 18, 2007
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 themselves. Frank, meanwhile, is content to let a chainsaw do his thinking for him.
Episode: 3x11 | Airdate: Oct 25, 2007
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.
Episode: 3x12 | Airdate: Nov 1, 2007
A misunderstanding with the mob over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine prompts Dennis to hire himself out as a male escort. It's that, or he and the rest of the gang will get whacked.
Episode: 3x13 | Airdate: Nov 1, 2007
A misunderstanding with the mob over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine prompts Dennis to hire himself out as a male escort. It's that, or he and the rest of the gang will get whacked.
Episode: 3x14 | Airdate: Nov 8, 2007
To rid their neighborhood of undesirables, Mac and Dee become vigilantes, and Frank and Dennis impersonate police officers. They enjoy the feeling of power this gives them...perhaps too much.
Episode: 3x15 | Airdate: Nov 15, 2007
Season 3 ends as Charlie inadvertently puts Paddy's up as the grand prize in a dance marathon. The gang must then win the competition to keep the bar.
Episode: 4x01 | Airdate: Sep 18, 2008
Dee and Charlie eat some of Frank's stash of extraordinarily tasty meat and won't rest until they can get more. Meanwhile, Mac and Dennis take sport hunting to the next level. Cricket: Bruce Hornsby.
Episode: 4x02 | Airdate: Sep 18, 2008
Mac, Dennis, and Charlie take advantage of high gas prices by investing in barrels of gasoline and selling them door-to-door; Dee and Frank plot to brand Bruce Mathis as a terrorist leader when they find out that he plans to give their money to a Muslim community center.
Episode: 4x03 | Airdate: Sep 25, 2008
Mac and Frank judge a contest to determine Paddy's next top model; Dee and Charlie strive to come up with YouTube's next sensation.
Episode: 4x04 | Airdate: Sep 25, 2008
Charlie wants Mac to beat up the waitress's unknown new boyfriend. Trouble is, Mac is the boyfriend.
Episode: 4x05 | Airdate: Oct 2, 2008
After Mac's revenge-obsessed father is released from prison, Mac and Charlie fake their deaths to save their lives. Frank, Dee and Dennis find unique ways of dealing with the loss of the guys.
Episode: 4x06 | Airdate: Oct 2, 2008
Frank, Dee and Dennis find unique ways of dealing with the loss of Mac and Charlie. The guys faked their deaths to avoid Mac's vengeance-obsessed father (Gregory Scott Cummins), who was released from prison.
Episode: 4x07 | Airdate: Oct 9, 2008
Frank and Charlie find that someone has soiled their bed, and Mac and Dennis join them as they attempt to catch the culprit. Meanwhile, Dee leads Artemis and the waitress on a "Sex and the City"-style night on the town.
Episode: 4x08 | Airdate: Oct 16, 2008
The gang kidnaps a newspaper critic after he calls Paddy's "the worst bar in Philadelphia."
Episode: 4x09 | Airdate: Oct 23, 2008
Mac and Frank find Dennis' erotic memoir and attempt to profit from it, while Dee and Charlie spend a day in each other's shoes.
Episode: 4x10 | Airdate: Oct 30, 2008
After Dee suffers a heart attack, she and Dennis try to live a healthier lifestyle. Meanwhile, Charlie and Mac take corporate jobs to get health insurance.
Episode: 4x11 | Airdate: Nov 6, 2008
The gang fudge history by claiming that Paddy's Pub was responsible for cracking the Liberty Bell in an attempt to turn their dive into a Philadelphia landmark.
Episode: 4x12 | Airdate: Nov 13, 2008
The gang give an extreme home makeover to an ill-fated family, and they hope to receive good karma in return so that their own dreams will come true.
Episode: 4x13 | Airdate: Nov 20, 2008
Charlie puts on a rock opera based on his song "Nightman," and he gets the rest of the gang to help him.
Episode: 5x01 | Airdate: Sep 17, 2009
Frank, Mac and Dennis try their hand at real estate; Dee arranges to be a surrogate mother for a rich couple; Charlie squares off with a lawyer over the intricacies of the judicial system.
Episode: 5x02 | Airdate: Sep 24, 2009
The gang take a road trip. Destination: the Grand Canyon.
Episode: 5x03 | Airdate: Oct 1, 2009
With a shantytown taking shape outside, Mac and Dennis try to keep Paddy's going in tough times. Meanwhile, Frank and Dee start a family business.
Episode: 5x04 | Airdate: Oct 8, 2009
Frank's behavior is more bizarre than usual---so bizarre that even the gang notice---so they decide to stage an intervention. Gail the Snail: Mary Lynn Rajskub. Aunt Donna: Nora Dunn.
Episode: 5x05 | Airdate: Oct 15, 2009
The Waitress (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) is getting married, and Dee's jealous because she isn't. Meanwhile, the guys try to get the lovelorn Charlie back into the dating scene.
Episode: 5x06 | Airdate: Oct 22, 2009
The gang go to court to talk their way out of a parking ticket they got on the night of the final game of the 2008 World Series.
Episode: 5x07 | Airdate: Oct 29, 2009
The gang stages a wrestling show for returning troops. Meanwhile, Dee meets a soldier she's been talking to online; but he isn't what she expected. Da' Maniac: Roddy Piper.
Episode: 5x08 | Airdate: Nov 5, 2009
With a merchandising convention in town, the gang tries to build the Paddy's brand by developing marketable products---such as mittens for kittens.
Episode: 5x09 | Airdate: Nov 12, 2009
Mac and Dennis decide to take a break from each other, a development that strains relationships. Meanwhile, "kitten mitten" Charlie helps Dee find her lost cat.
Episode: 5x10 | Airdate: Nov 19, 2009
Dennis tells the gang how he seduces women, but none of them can get the hang of it.
Episode: 5x11 | Airdate: Dec 3, 2009
When Dee gets a part in an M. Night Shyamalan film, Mac and Charlie seize a chance to pitch their movie script. But first they have to write it.
Episode: 5x12 | Airdate: Dec 10, 2009
The gang reenters Philadelphia's flip-cup tournament (the Flipadelphia) after being banned for 10 years. Trouble is, their old flip-cup rivals have grown up and moved on. Art Sloan: Noah Bean. Beezy: Marshall Allman.
Episode: 6x01 | Airdate: Sep 16, 2010
Mac defends traditional marriage, while the rest of the gang reap the rewards of wedded bliss.
Episode: 6x02 | Airdate: Sep 23, 2010
Dennis' marriage to Maureen Ponderosa (Catherine Reitman) hits a snag, as does Charlie's marriage to Frank. And Dee, it seems, has come between Bill Ponderosa (Lance Barber) and his wife
Episode: 6x03 | Airdate: Sep 30, 2010
Mac, Charlie and Dennis buy a boat to "throw some P. Diddy-style parties," as Mac puts it, and, Charlie insists, to harvest shrimp (or barnacles). They end up with a run-down houseboat, the Drowning Sailor, and Mac and Dennis order Dee (who didn't invest in it) to clean it up. Frank, sledgehammer in hand, offers to help.
Episode: 6x04 | Airdate: Oct 7, 2010
Mac finally gets his big break after correctly answering a radio station's trivia question. Meanwhile, Frank, Dennis and Dee start their own bar-banter podcast.
Episode: 6x05 | Airdate: Oct 14, 2010
There's a heat wave in Philly, so Mac and Charlie decide to fix up an abandoned pool after they're denied admittance to a swim club. Meanwhile, Dennis and Dee try to beat the heat in a more "dignified" manner.
Episode: 6x06 | Airdate: Oct 21, 2010
After Mac's mother (Sandy Martin) burns her house down with a cigarette, Mac decides that she should move in with Charlie's mom (Lynne Marie Stewart). Meanwhile, Frank offers to take care of the ailing Dee because he wants her to take care of him when he's old.
Episode: 6x07 | Airdate: Oct 28, 2010
Dee's pregnant, and she tells the guys that one of them made her that way during a Halloween party that none of them can remember. So they try to piece the evening together, "Potemkin"-style, aided by Artemis (Artemis Pebdani) and the McPoyle brothers (Nate Mooney and Jimmi Simpson).
Episode: 6x08 | Airdate: Nov 4, 2010
The gang is growing as a result of a blast from the past, which also prompts Dee to reconsider her future.
Episode: 6x09 | Airdate: Nov 11, 2010
Dee takes a job as a substitute teacher and decides to take her students on a field trip to Broadway. The principal (Dave Foley) won't allow that, so it's a screening of the gang's movie---"Lethal Weapon 5"---instead.
Episode: 6x10 | Airdate: Nov 18, 2010
Charlie is going batty trying to keep rats out of Paddy's basement, so the gang decides to throw him a surprise party to cheer him up.
Episode: 6x11 | Airdate: Dec 2, 2010
When the gang goes to Atlantic City for a charity benefit, Frank, Dee and Mac get lost en route. But Dennis and Charlie hitch a ride to town and have the time of their lives.
Episode: 6x12 | Airdate: Dec 9, 2010
Dee's blessed event is fast approaching, but the father's identity remains a mystery---to the gang, at least. So they throw a party and invite all of Dee's former flings.
Episode: 6x13 | Airdate: Dec 16, 2010
The gang sets out to discover the joy of Christmas. Their holiday adventure includes a sleighful of stolen toys, childhood videos, naked elves and a bloody encounter with Santa Claus.
Episode: 7x01 | Airdate: Sep 15, 2011
Frank wants to marry a prostitute and the gang can't talk him out of it. While Dee sets out to burnish the hooker's heart of gold, Charlie takes a different tack: He tries to set Frank up with another woman. Meanwhile, Mac has put on a lot of weight. "I'm cultivating mass," he tells Dennis.
Episode: 7x02 | Airdate: Sep 22, 2011
Dee and Dennis take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot on the Jersey Shore. Things aren't quite as they remember them. Still, Mac, Frank and Charlie have the times of their lives; Dee and Dennis not so much.
Episode: 7x03 | Airdate: Sep 29, 2011
Frank finds himself in the child beauty-pageant business and fears that people might think that he's in it for the wrong reasons. Meanwhile, Dee wages war on stage moms; and Mac, Dennis and Charlie think they have found a contestant to back.
Episode: 7x04 | Airdate: Oct 6, 2011
While Dee tries to weasel her way out of an IRS audit, the guys set up a new (and, they say, democratic) way of running Paddy's.
Episode: 7x05 | Airdate: Oct 13, 2011
Frank's long-lost brother (Jon Polito) shows up unexpectedly and spills family secrets.
Episode: 7x06 | Airdate: Oct 20, 2011
It's not always sunny in Philadelphia: An apocalyptic storm is bearing down on the City of Brotherly Love, and everyone's in panic mode—except for Frank.
Episode: 7x07 | Airdate: Oct 27, 2011
Another rainy day in Philadelphia. The gang can't go out and play, so they stay indoors and play a board game of their own devising. (It doesn't much resemble Chutes and Ladders). They also drink.
Episode: 7x08 | Airdate: Nov 3, 2011
While Dennis and Charlie track down an annoying Paddy's patron the old-fashioned way, Dee and Mac cyberstalk him. Frank is online as well, trying to boost business at the bar. Things go viral, and not in a good way for Frank.
Episode: 7x09 | Airdate: Nov 10, 2011
The gang sneak into a residence to "extract" an "artifact," only to discover that someone is home. Uh-oh.
Episode: 7x10 | Airdate: Nov 17, 2011
Mac claims that his gang mates made him fat. (Or so he says to a priest who's hearing his confession.)
Episode: 7x11 | Airdate: Dec 1, 2011
A presidential visit to Philadelphia causes traffic jams, frustrating the gang's effort to see the summer's hottest action movie, "Thunder Gun Express." So the gang takes action— "Thunder Gun"-style action—to get to the theater.
Episode: 7x12 | Airdate: Dec 8, 2011
The gang have much to prove when they attend their high-school reunion. They meet old friends and make new foes as they stroll—make that trip—down memory lane.
Episode: 7x13 | Airdate: Dec 15, 2011
In the Season 7 finale, the gang come up with a new plan to buff their tarnished high-school reputations at their high-school reunion.
Episode: 8x01 | Airdate: Oct 11, 2012
Dennis and Dee's ailing grandfather Pop-Pop is wasting away in the hospital, and they have to decide whether or not to pull the plug. But things get complicated when The Gang learns of Pop-Pop's history as a Nazi, and Mac, Charlie and Frank set off in search of the old man's spoils from the war.
Episode: 8x02 | Airdate: Oct 18, 2012
With the garbage men of Philadelphia on strike, Frank concocts a plan to undercut the union and get the contract to collect the city's trash. But when The Gang's elaborate plan starts to fall apart, everyone will get their hands a little dirtier than expected.
Episode: 8x03 | Airdate: Oct 25, 2012
Dennis and the gang crash Maureen's wedding to make certain he'll be able to sever all ties, only to discover a union much scarier than kissing cousins.
Episode: 8x04 | Airdate: Nov 1, 2012
When Charlie and Dee invade the rarefied world of the 1%, they find a romantic connection with two members of one of Philly's wealthiest families. When they catch wind of the fancy dinners, tennis matches and big parties, Mac, Dennis and Frank try to get a piece of the action. But, when all the scheming comes to a head, the whole gang learns a lesson in love.
Episode: 8x05 | Airdate: Nov 8, 2012
The Gang gets Freudian as they step into the therapist's office to work through their mountain of issues. But when Dennis thinks he has everyone figured out, the shrink turns the tables on him and exposes the insanity in his unique brand of pop psychology. Dennis' psychology is exposed as abnormal indeed.
Episode: 8x06 | Airdate: Nov 15, 2012
In perhaps the most depraved scheme of them all, The Gang rallies around Charlie's mom as she battles cancer. As Mac, Charlie, and Dee struggle with their faith, Frank loses his memory and his mind in a quest for buried treasure, and they're all rocked by a revelation that will shake Paddy's to its very foundation!
Episode: 8x07 | Airdate: Nov 29, 2012
With Charlie under his wing, Frank cleans up so he can get his hands dirty and help out his old company with one last big merger. While an unwritten rule of the bar gets the rest of the gang caught up in a case of mistaken identity.
Episode: 8x08 | Airdate: Dec 6, 2012
After slipping into an unhealthy obsession with computer games, The Gang wrestles to define the difference between the real and the virtual worlds.
Episode: 8x09 | Airdate: Dec 13, 2012
Every member of The Gang has something to celebrate at Guigino's, Philly's finest eatery. But when Mac and Dennis' private dinner is interrupted by an unexpected sighting of Frank and Charlie, the in-fighting begins. Dee turns up at a table for one, and over the course of the night, the "one-ups-manship" soars to new heights.
Episode: 8x10 | Airdate: Dec 20, 2012
Court is in session at Paddy's Pub as Frank and Dennis present their cases to the rest of the gang, resulting in a verdict that will change their lives FOREVER...but not really.
Episode: 9x01 | Airdate: Sep 4, 2013
Dee starts to embrace the desperate, self-loathing qualities the guys have beaten into her over the years, sending her stand-up comedy career to unexpected places.
Episode: 9x02 | Airdate: Sep 11, 2013
After Frank appears on Local Television advocating gun ownership, the rest of the gang takes a look at the ownership process and alternatives to find a common ground on this still heated issue.
Episode: 9x03 | Airdate: Sep 18, 2013
Tired of failing to be recognized for their years of service in the bar industry, the gang changes their ways to give the patrons what they think they want.
Episode: 9x04 | Airdate: Sep 25, 2013
The gang does their best to recoup their investments in questionable schemes by dumping their losses on Ben the soldier while trying to avoid being duped again by whatever mastermind is pulling their strings.
Episode: 9x05 | Airdate: Oct 2, 2013
Everyone in the gang gets a day to do what they want while everyone else in the gang must participate willingly. This is Mac's Day...and its got twice the "Mac".
Episode: 9x06 | Airdate: Oct 9, 2013
When a routine trip to a convenience store places the gang in the middle of an armed robbery, each of them is forced to explore how they react in extreme situations.
Episode: 9x07 | Airdate: Oct 16, 2013
When a severe flu outbreak sweeps Philadelphia the gang voluntarily quarantine themselves inside of Paddy's in an attempt to keep their singing voices pristine for an upcoming competition, although they have trouble adhering to the strict rules they've set for themselves.
Episode: 9x08 | Airdate: Oct 23, 2013
When an experiment successfully multiplies Charlie's intellect and takes him away from the bar, the rest of the gang find themselves struggling to complete the menial 'Charlie Work' that has kept the bar running for so long.
Episode: 9x09 | Airdate: Oct 30, 2013
After creative differences over what constitutes tasteful nudity cause Frank to pull his money out of Lethal Weapon 6 during filming, Mac, Dennis, and Charlie screen their rough footage for investors in hopes of raising enough capital to finish the production of their latest masterpiece.
Episode: 9x10 | Airdate: Nov 6, 2013
When some bad blood with old foes compromises their ideal Thanksgiving, the gang decides to make amends by breaking bread with those they've hurt.
Episode: 10x01 | Airdate: Jan 14, 2015
"The Gang Beats Boggs" - Mac oversees the gang while they compete to break Wade Boggs' legendary beer drinking record.
Episode: 10x02 | Airdate: Jan 21, 2015
The gang gets into the online dating scene to expand their matchmaking potential.
Episode: 10x03 | Airdate: Jan 28, 2015
When Psycho Pete, long lost member of the freight train, is released from the mental hospital, Dennis and Dee rush to get him recommitted while Charlie and Mac attempt to restore him to his former hard-partying form.
Episode: 10x04 | Airdate: Feb 4, 2015
When a surprise health inspection falls on the same day as one of the gang's less hygienic schemes, Charlie tries to keep the gang working together to make sure Paddy's makes the grade.
Episode: 10x05 | Airdate: Feb 11, 2015
After Dennis and Mac enlist Dee to spy on the fish factory across the street, Charlie and Frank grow suspicious and decide to do some spying of their own.
Episode: 10x06 | Airdate: Feb 18, 2015
After another failed venture, the Gang wonders if their group dynamic is bringing them down as individuals, causing them to separate from one another, and find out who they really are.
Episode: 10x07 | Airdate: Feb 25, 2015
News surfaces about Mac's Dad, Luther, being a murder suspect. Mac goes into full "P.I." mode to clear his father of any wrong doing.
Episode: 10x08 | Airdate: Mar 4, 2015
When the gang appears on a nationally broadcasted game show, Dennis does his best to keep the gang's weirdness under wraps.
Episode: 10x09 | Airdate: Mar 11, 2015
After Frank decides he's worked long enough, the rest of the gang strategizes amongst and against each other for control over "Paddy's".
Episode: 10x10 | Airdate: Mar 18, 2015
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