The guys hire Dee's friend as a promoter for the bar and get more than they bargained for. Charlie seeks black friends to prove he isn't a racist.
In this take on the abortion debate Dennis and Mac go to opposite sides of an abortion rally to pick up women while Charlie deals with an unruly kid he believes to be his son.
The gang turns Paddy's into a safe haven for teens, but things get weird when they all get asked to the local high school prom.
When Charlie confidentially confides that he has cancer, it leads to a series of instances of the guys manipulating women and one gorgeous transsexual (not a transvestite).
When Paddy's gets robbed, the gang decides to purchase a gun with many issues. At the same time Dee is dating a mysterious man which the gang suspects to be the robber.
A guy dies in Paddy's pub. Dennis and Mac use the guy's death as an excuse to get close to the guy's attractive granddaughter. Meanwhile, Charlie discovers that Dennis and Dee's grandfather was a Nazi.
The gang learns that Charlie's former elementary school teacher is on trial for child molestation and they attempt to stage an intervention to get Charlie to admit that he was.
The gang discovers the perks of being handicapped when Charlie becomes wheel-chair bound after an accident. Dennis and Dee's estranged father returns.
When half of Paddy's gets bought out by a business developer, the gang seeks revenge. Unfortunately, an ill-timed dog-napping plot, a poorly made video tape, and a flaming bag of poop threaten the gang's chances of getting their property back.
Dennis and Dee quit their jobs and concoct a plan to get welfare benefits so they can pursue their unrealistic goals and dreams.
Tensions run high in the gang when Mac courts Dennis and Dee's mom and the two organize a stakeout to blackmail Frank and get out of "Charlie work".
Inspired by the movie "Million Dollar Baby", Frank teaches Dee to inflict punishment while Dennis and Mac teach Charlie to take punishment. But both fighting careers are derailed by the use of "performance enhancing supplements".
After being arrested for arson, Charlie is sentenced to community service and required to attend AA. Here he makes a discovery that could assist him in his ongoing effort to connect with the Waitress.
Frank tries to cavort the holy crowd when Mac discovers a water stain on Paddy's wall that closely resembles the Virgin Mary.
When the gang discovers that if you run for office that people will pay you to quit. So of course, the gang exploits this and so Dennis runs for office. While at the same time Frank and Charlie tries to stop this, which ends up in a feud.
To prove their patriotism, Charlie and Dee try to upstage the local anti-smoking group, while Dennis and Mac turn Paddy's into a bastion of true freedom. But when Frank takes things too far...
When Dennis and Dee discover their mother has lied to them about Frank being their dad, they get to know their real father. Meanwhile, Mac and Charlie attempt to impress Mac's imprisoned father by becoming hardened criminals.
Mac and Dee decide to raise a baby they find in the dumpster. Dennis talks some trash while going green and befriending radical environmentalist groups, while Charlie and Frank go dumpster-diving.
Dennis, Mac, and Dee take part in the Philadelphia Eagles' open tryouts, while Frank drops acid and freaks out when he and Charlie tailgate next to the McPoyles.
After Dennis and Dee's gold-digging mother dies from a botched plastic-surgery operation, Dee and Frank scheme to get their name in the will, while Dennis inherits the house and makes plans for a party mansion.
Charlie, Mac, Dennis and Dee are held hostage in the bar by a revenge-seeking Liam McPoyle along with his dim-witted brother, Ryan, and his ugly, deaf and dumb cousin, Margaret, who subject...
Dee discovers that her old high school friend "Fatty McGoo," the only girl in school who was a bigger loser than she was, is now a successful fashion designer. She and Dennis compete to ...
As they prepare for the annual Pub Crawl, the gang is horrified to learn that they face competition from a new Korean bar.
A corporate chain offers to buy the Paddy's Pub, leaving Dee and Charlie unemployed and forcing them to find jobs at another restaurant, where they abuse their positions and take advantage of the manager, who is Dee's friend.
In their quest to become famous, Frank, Charlie, and Mac, search for newsworthy footage to air on public access.
While Dennis and Dee try to figure out if the rapper Dee is dating has a mental handicap or not, Charlie, Mac, and Frank try to start their own band without knowledge of how to play musical instruments.
After reading that a serial killer is on the loose, the gang notices that Mac is acting shady and decides to find out if he's the man behind the murders.
Dennis is angry because he's being mistaken for a fat guy rather than the sex offender who moved next door to Charlie. Meanwhile, Mac's father is released from prison and he and Mac have some catching up to do.
After stumbling upon a kilo of cocaine, the gang is forced to pay off a $25,000 debt to the mob. Mac becomes a mob informant, while Frank pimps out Dennis as an escort at the local country ...
While paying off their debt to the mob, Charlie and Dee try to find a way to make fake cocaine in order to fool them, while Dennis ranks in thousands of dollars being pimped out at the ...
Dee and Mac become Guardian Angels and clean up the streets when a bum starts using the alley behind the bar to masturbate. Meanwhile, Dennis, Charlie, and Frank impersonate police officers in order to get preferential treatment.
After Charlie accidentally puts Paddy's Pub up for 1st prize in a local dance competition, Frank makes the gang participate in the contest. Here, they form alliances and try to cheat the ...
Mac and Dennis pursue the ultimate high of hunting another man by stalking Rickety Cricket, while Dee and Charlie become obsessed with eating human flesh after they come to believe Frank has fed some of it to them.
While Mac, Dennis, and Charlie use their classic setup to sell gallons of gasoline door to door, Frank subjects Dee to a series of torture and mind games when he suspects that Dee is trying to kill him while the two plot to steal their inheritance from Bruce Mathis.
After buying a billboard, Frank subjects Dennis to a series of humiliating tests in a competition to get on the billboard, while Mac tries to find female subjects willing to go through his own version of a reality show, of sorts.
Charlie manipulates Mac and Dennis when he accuses the two of them with sleeping with the coffee shop waitress.
After Mac's father is released from prison, Mac and Charlie stage their own deaths to save their lives.
After Mac and Charlie fake their own deaths, the rest of the gang finds unique ways of dealing with the loss.
Frank and Charlie find someone has pooped in their bed, leading Mac and Dennis to join them as they attempt to find the culprit.
The gang kidnaps the writer of a review claiming that Paddy's is the worst bar in Philadelphia and tries to force him to change his mind. But things get worse when Charlie accidentally kidnaps the writer's neighbor.
While Frank and Mac come up with ways to spice up Dennis' erotic memoir, Dee finds that spending time in Charlie's shoes is way more difficult than it seems, and vice-versa.
After Dee suffers a heart attack, she and Dennis try a healthier lifestyle. Charlie and Mac join the corporate work force to get health insurance.
In order to get Paddy's recognized by the city as a historical landmark, Mac, Dennis, and Charlie flash back to 1776 to tell the tale of the Paddy's crew's involvement in the cracking of the Liberty Bell.
While trying to make their own dreams come true, the gang decides to pay it forward to an unlucky family living in the city only to have their plans backfire on them.
Charlie stages a rock opera based on his song "Nightman," and recruits the rest of the gang to help him with it.
While Frank buys a foreclosed house with intentions of selling it for profit, Mac and Dennis become hot-headed real estate brokers, and Dee takes advantage of a suburban couple looking to hire a surrogate mother.
The gang takes Dee's new subcompact car and a U-haul on the road with the intentions of hitting the Grand Canyon, and Charlie attempts to expand his horizons.
Mac and Dennis try to cut back Paddy's expenses by firing Dee and Charlie, and Frank figures out a clever way to keep the bar afloat.
After Frank embarrasses himself at the funeral of a deceased relative, Dennis and Dee decide that it's finally time to give him an intervention for his reckless lifestyle.
Dee discovers that the waitress Charlie is obsessed with is getting married to her ex-boyfriend and plots to derail the wedding, while Mac, Frank and Dennis try to get Charlie back on the dating scene.
Fighting a series of traffic tickets, Dennis, along with the rest of the gang, tell the judge about their horrific experiences at Game 5 of the Phillies' world series.
The gang decides to put on a wrestling show for troops returning home while Dee courts a soldier who doesn't seem like the person she's chatting online with.
The gang attempts to create a merchandising angle for Paddy's when a convention comes to Philly.
Taking Dee's advice seriously, Mac and Dennis decide that they're too co-dependent on each other and need to spend time apart. Meanwhile Charlie and Frank help Dee out with a major cat problem in her apartment.
Dennis presents his fool-proof plan for picking up chicks, but soon finds that the gang each has their own fool-proof plans for one-upping each other.
After Dee gets cast as an extra in the new M. Night Shyamalan movie, Mac and Charlie see a perfect opportunity to pitch their script, while Frank becomes a casting agent for Dennis.
Mac, Dennis, and Charlie seek revenge on another bar after their 10 year ban in a local flip cup tournament is lifted, but find they are in need of some serious practice. Dee discovers new skills and Frank wears tight pants.
Mac pulls out the big guns to protect the sanctity of marriage, while the rest of the gang reap the rewards of marital bliss.
Marital bliss turns to marital business, as the gang experiences the emotional and economic tribulations of divorce.
The gang attempts to open themselves up to the adventures of the sea after they purchase their 'new' boat.
After Mac wins a radio contest to score a goal on the Flyers' ice, he and Charlie train for the event - badly, while Dennis and Dee start their own radio program.
Mac & Charlie attempt to fix up their old pool after getting rejected by a country club, Dennis, Dee, and Frank attempt to gain entry to the club.
Charlie and Mac set-up a truly odd couple after Mac's Mom burns the house down, while Frank discovers the importance of paternal care when Dee falls ill.
The gang gets a real 'scare' after Dee reveals she's pregnant, forcing the guys to recall their last hazy Halloween Party to determine if one of them might be the father.
A blast from the past prompts the guys to expand membership, and Dee to re-consider her future.
Motivated by the drama teacher who inspired her, Dee takes a job as a substitute teacher and exposes her students to the culture of Paddy's with a field trip to see the Gang's take on the Lethal Weapon series: Lethal Weapon 5.
When keeping the basement rodent-free drives Charlie to the brink, the gang decides to put the cynicism aside and throw a surprise party to cheer him up.
Things go awry as the Gang travels to Atlantic City for a charity benefit. While Frank, Dee and Mac try to survive in the woods, Dennis and Charlie hitch a ride to the city and have the night of their lives.
Before Dee's baby arrives, The Gang tries to figure out who is the father by throwing a house party for all her former flings.
After years of being mistreated by Frank during the holiday season when he buys gifts for himself, Dennis and Dee decide to teach him a lesson by contacting his old business partner, Eugene...
When Frank decides to marry a prostitute, the gang tries to uncover her heart of gold.
Dennis and Dee take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot, but things aren't quite how they remembered them.
The gang hosts a child beauty pageant at the bar.
Dee faces an IRS audit over her claim that the baby she carried as a surrogate is her dependent, while the guys decide to run the bar in an unemotional, democratic manner rather than their typical method of shouting and personal attacks.
When Frank's long lost brother Gino shows up at the bar, the two of them tell the gang about the jazz club they ran in the 1960s and 70s, and how they fell out over Shadynasty, a singer who was the love of both of their lives.
As a hurricane threatens Philadelphia, Mac, Dennis and Charlie go to a mall to buy supplies and check out the large breasted TV reporter broadcasting from there, while Frank and Dee prepare Paddy's, and its basement bunker, for the storm.
On a day of ultimate boredom and listlessness, the gang breaks out a homemade board game, created by Mac, Dee, Charlie, and Dennis.
The gang's plan to use Facebook to promote Paddy's goes awry when they become obsessed with tracking down a man who shushed them while they were visiting a trendy new club.
Inspired by Indiana Jones, Dennis, Dee, and Frank sneak into a house supposed to contain a rare vase, but become trapped when the owners return home early.
During confession, Mac tells a priest how Paddy's sudden spell of success resulted in him becoming fat, and why the rest of the gang is to blame.
A presidential visit to Philadelphia threatens to keep the gang from seeing a new action movie, leaving Dennis stuck in traffic, Frank stealing a boat, and Dee and Charlie prowling the city's sewers.
The gang attends their high school reunion, at which Dee manages to ingratiate herself with the popular crowd, Charlie and Mac get picked on, and Dennis is ignored by everyone.
Humiliated by the popular crowd at their high school reunion, the gang attempts to gain revenge, with predictably disastrous results.
Dennis and Dee's Nazi grandfather is wasting away in a hospital, and it's their choice whether to pull the plug or not. Meanwhile, Charlie and Mac go crazy trying to find a dog painting they think has a lot of value.
While the city of Philadelphia's garbage men are on strike, Dennis, Mac, and Charlie decide to start a trash pick up business. And while being a big success, they must find out where to put this newly picked up trash.
When the gang gets questioned on the massacre that happened at the McPoyle wedding, it seems they all have their own story. Which might not all be the same.
After invading the world of the wealthy, Charlie and Dee find romance. Not to be left out, Dennis, Frank and Mac try to get in on the action.
When Dee gets asked by her therapist to bring in her so called 'issues', Dee brings in the whole gang. And since they have all been called in, they have their own one on one therapy sessions, while many issues arise.
Charlie's Mom tells him she has cancer. The gang tries to help her out, each in their own way. Meanwhile, Frank thinks his mind may be slipping.
Under threat of a hostile takeover, the board of Frank's old company calls him back to run the company. As before, Frank maximizes the company's product: money. Dennis, Mac and Dee find ...
The gang starts playing an online video game and Charlie becomes obsessed with becoming the best player in the game. Meanwhile, Dennis is upset everyone else is playing the game all the time and not out enjoying the real world.
The gang turns up at the same restaurant for dinner at three different tables. They pretend not to notice they noticed they are noticing each other. Then the one-upmanship begins.
When Frank accidentally hits Dennis's car while Dennis is eating cereal, Frank and Dennis go to the Paddy's Pub court to face off on who will pay for the damages.
Dee embraces the desperate, self-loathing qualities the guys have beaten her into over the years, sending her stand-up comedy to unexpected places.
After Frank appears on TV advocating gun ownership, the rest of the gang takes a look at the ownership process and alternatives to find common ground.
The gang attempts to win the award for Philidelphia's Best Bar.
After making some very questionable investment choices, the gang try to dump their losses on Ben The Soldier while they look for the man who is pulling their strings.
Each member of the gang gets a day to do what they want while the others must participate. Mac's Day involves him and his cousin, known as "Country Mac", doing things that are bad ass. But ...
While making a beer run at a local convenience store, the gang witnesses a robbery taking place and each one comes up with a scenario that will save the day and render them heroes.
When a severe flu outbreak sweeps Philadelphia the gang voluntarily quarantine themselves inside of Paddy's.
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.
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...
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.
The gang try to beat a record set by Wade Boggs of 70 beers on a cross-country flight.
The gang decides to start a group dating service at Paddy's.
Mac and Charlie are excited for the return of their old high school friend, Pete, while the rest of the gang fears for his psychotic behavior.
Charlie's in charge when a surprise health inspection interrupts a less than hygienic project. He rallies the gang together to make sure Paddy's passes the test.
When Dennis and Mac send Dee to spy on the fish factory across the street, Frank and Charlie become suspicious themselves.
The gang decides to spend some time apart in order to find out who they really are.
After Mac's dad is suspected of murder, Mac sets out to clear his father of any wrong doing.
When the gang appears on a nationally broadcast game show, Dennis does his best to make a good impression.
When Frank decides to retire, the gang fights over who is in now charge of the bar.
Mac and Charlie become brain washed by a cult.
The gang takes a trip to a local waterpark, ripe with personal agendas and ulterior motives. Dennis feeds off his mantra of "the park provides" and takes on a protégé. Frank and Charlie are...