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Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. There's more comic misbehavior at Paddy's Pub, where the gang contends with an ill-fated new boat, a divorce, a pregnancy and a rat infestation.
Mac pulls out the big guns to protect the sanctity of marriage, while the rest of the gang reaps 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.
Mac finally gets his big break after correctly answering a trivia question on the radio. Frank, Dennis and Dee turn their banter into a podcast. After getting denied by the local pool club, Mac and Charlie aim to fix up an abandoned pool in order to beat the heat wave. Charlie and Mac set up an odd couple after Mac's mom burns the house down, and Frank discovers the importance of paternal care when Dee falls ill.
When Dee reveals she's pregnant, the guys hazily recall their last 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 reconsider her future. When keeping the basement rodent-free drives Charlie to the brink, the gang puts the cynicism aside and throws a surprise party to cheer him up.
En route to Atlantic City for a charity benefit, Frank, Dee and Mac get stuck in the woods, while Dennis and Charlie 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. The gang embarks on a holiday adventure filled with stolen toys, naked elves and a bloody run-in with Santa Claus that is guaranteed to spread cheer. Dee evades an auditor, Frank judges a child pageant, Mac gets fat, and the gang goes on a disastrous vacation to the Jersey Shore in Season 7.
With Frank intent on marrying a prostitute, the gang makes the best of it by trying to uncover the heart of gold inside Frank's "pretty woman. Dee and Dennis take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot, where things aren't quite how they remember.
Frank accidentally gets into the child pageantry business. Desperate times call for truly sad and horrific measures as Sweet Dee tries to get out of an IRS audit. The gang is shocked to meet Frank's long-lost brother, Gino, when he unexpectedly arrives at Paddy's Pub and exposes a wealth of family secrets. With an apocalyptic storm headed toward Philly, the gang joins the panicking masses in a race to secure scarce resources. What's the gang to do on a rainy day?
Dee and Dennis square off against Mac, Charlie and Frank in a twisted battle of wits, wild cards and wine. After a bar patron enrages the gang, Mac and Dee take to the Internet to stalk their prey, while Dennis and Charlie track him the old-fashioned way. The gang's plan to extract an "artifact" from a residence is jeopardized when the owners turn out to be home. Step inside the confession booth with Mac as he tells a befuddled priest why the rest of the gang is at fault for his fatness.
The gang will do whatever it takes to see the hottest action movie of the summer, "Thunder Gun Express," before it leaves the theaters. The gang attends their high school reunion with a lot to prove. The gang devises a new plan of attack at their high school reunion. The comedic craziness intensifies at Paddy's Pub when Charlie discovers that he was adopted and that his biological father is romancing the Waitress.
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. 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.
The Gang gets Freudian as they step into the therapist's office to work through their mountain of issues. In perhaps the most depraved scheme of them all, the gang rallies around Charlie's mom as she battles cancer. 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. After slipping into an unhealthy obsession with computer games, the gang tries to define the difference between the real and the virtual worlds.
Every member of the gang has something to celebrate at Guigino's, Philly's finest eatery. Court is in session at Paddy's Pub as Frank and Dennis present their cases to the rest of the gang for a verdict. The dysfunctional fun continues at Paddy's Pub, where the schemes are more outrageous than ever, and the sarcastic banter flies hot and heavy.
Dee embraces the desperate, self-loathing qualities the guys have beaten into her 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. Tired of failing to be recognized for their years in the bar industry, the gang changes their ways to give the patrons what they think they want.
The gang does their best to recoup their investments in questionable schemes by dumping their losses on Ben the soldier. 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. When a trip to a convenience store places the gang in the middle of an armed robbery, each of them explores how they react in extreme situations. When a severe flu outbreak sweeps Philadelphia the gang quarantine themselves inside of Paddy's in an attempt to keep their singing voices pristine. When an experiment multiplies Charlie's intellect and takes him away from the bar, the rest of the gang struggles to complete menial "Charlie work. 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.
In Season 10, the gang holds a drinking contest aboard a cross-country flight, a rumored cannibal visits the bar and Frank announces his retirement. On a cross-country flight, the gang tries to break Wade Boggs's beer-drinking record while Dennis and Frank compete for entry in the mile-high club. Determined to find their love matches, the gang decides to host a group dating night at the bar. Meanwhile, Dennis gets hooked on a dating Web site.
When a murderous acquaintance of Charlie and Mac's is released from a mental institution, all they want to do is bring back the "fun psycho" in him. Charlie prepares Paddy's for a health inspection, but the gang's less-than-hygienic scheme involving airline miles and meat may thwart his efforts. When a fish cannery from China opens up in the neighborhood, Dennis and Mac send Dee to do some spying, piquing Charlie and Frank's suspicions. After missing the boat, literally and figuratively, the pals feel their group dynamic is undermining individual potential, so they go separate ways.
When it appears that Mac's father has been charged with murder, Mac sets out to prove his innocence, with help from Charlie. The gang appears on a game show and Dennis is determined to keep them all classy, but their kookiness leaves the host loathing every one of them.
When Frank decides it's finally time for him to retire, the gang repeatedly locks horns as they try to determine who should take over Paddy's. Mac and Charlie's new workout program is a fake cult Dennis created to protect his stash of thin mints. Frank and Dee try to use it to their benefit. An eventful Season 11 finds the Paddy's gang fighting a court battle, winning a cruise in a raffle and dealing with Frank's declining mental acuity.
The gang welcomes an outsider to demo Chardee MacDennis for a board game executive, but their pitch quickly goes off the rails. When a fall out of a window sends Frank's brain back to , the gang sees his condition as a chance to go back and correct old mistakes. A group ski trip turns into a high-stakes battle for control of the mountain. Meanwhile, Charlie gets some action off the slopes.
While Dennis and Dee make a movie out of Dennis's erotic memoirs, Frank and Mac try to market Charlie as a gifted but tortured artist.
Mac and Dennis move to the suburbs for more space at a much lower price but quickly learn that they're better suited for the city. Spend the day inside Frank's head as he sorts through an improbable plan to retrieve Dennis's Range Rover from an impound lot. Dennis's plan to bring Paddy's to the masses seems doomed from the start. Charlie and Mac join forces to catch a leprechaun. The gang embarks on a Christian cruise Mac won at a church raffle. But since it's bone-dry, they decide to smuggle aboard some booze.
Locked away for their crimes in the cruise ship's brig while the vessel is sinking, the gang comes clean with some startling revelations. The gang at Paddy's Pub continues to engage in quirky relationships and classic antics, from a trip to a water park to a Wolf Cola PR disaster. The gang's white privilege gets a workout when an electrical short during "The Wiz" turns them into African Americans who speak primarily in song. Dennis uses surveillance cameras to monitor Charlie and Mac's quarrelsome mothers, then turns the resulting footage into a situation comedy.
Dennis becomes the prime suspect in the death of his ex-wife and cat-fancier Maureen Ponderosa in this true-crime, documentary-style episode. The gang consults professional arbitrators to determine ownership of a lost scratch-off lottery ticket and a ruling on Frank as hero or homophobe. Dee undertakes a mission to prove to a male stripper that sleeping with her was not "rock bottom" while Mac develops PTSD from a virtual reality game.
The gang is distracted from the Valentine's Day crowd at Paddy's by a mysterious crate discovered in the alley, leading to an airing of grievances. When his estranged father suddenly appears with a job offer, Cricket has a chance to get his old life back, but an alluring woman complicates matters.