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Season 12 / Episode 3 and airs on 19 January 2017 03:00
The series follows "The Gang", a group of five depraved underachievers: twins Dennis Reynolds and Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds; their friends Charlie Kelly, Ronald "Mac" McDonald, and, from season 2 onward, Frank Reynolds, the man who raised Dennis and Dee. The Gang runs the dilapidated Paddy's Pub, an Irish bar in South Philadelphia.
Each member of the gang shows varying degrees of dishonesty, egotism, selfishness, greed, pettiness, ignorance, laziness and unethical behavior, and they are often engaged in controversial activities. Episodes usually find them hatching elaborate schemes, conspiring against one another and others for personal gain, vengeance, or simply for the entertainment of watching one another's downfall. They habitually inflict mental, emotional and physical pain. They regularly use blackmail to manipulate one another and others outside of the group. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Glenn Howerton(Dennis Reynolds)
Rob McElhenney(Ronald "Mac" McDonald)
Kaitlin Olson(Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds)
Danny DeVito(Frank Reynolds)
Charlie Day(Charlie Kelly)
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