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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)
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.
The gang take a road trip. Destination: the Grand Canyon.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With a merchandising convention in town, the gang tries to build the Paddy's brand by developing marketable products---such as mittens for kittens.
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.
Dennis tells the gang how he seduces women, but none of them can get the hang of it.
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.
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.
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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