After an electric heating blanket shorts out while the gang watches the Wiz they look in the mirror and realize they've turned black. They have to figure out how to get back to being themselves by going through all the classic body switch movie shenanigans they encounter.
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 determined to ride every ride by any means necessary and Mac and Dee get stuck in a tube slide for most of the day.
Charlie thinks Mac's mom is holding his mom hostage so the gang installs spy cameras in their house to monitor what's going on. What they end up discovering is the moms are quite entertaining once Dennis makes some quick edits and adds a laugh track to the surveillance footage. Dee wants in on the new hit show and Frank becomes obsessed with banging Charlie's mom now that he's seen her on TV.
Franks Fluids LLC is in big trouble after a news segment shows Wolf Cola has become the official drink of Boko Haram. Dee and Dennis help with the PR nightmare while Charlie and Mac work on a scheme to make Fight Milk the official drink of the UFC.
An episode filmed in the true crime style of Making a Murderer and The Jinx which begins with 911 call: A cat-woman formerly known as Maureen Ponderosa has been found dead in an alley and Dennis is the prime suspect.
The gang goes to a professional arbitrator to decide who's the rightful owner of a scratch off lottery ticket. While they're there they also try to clear up whether or not the events surrounding the scratcher prove that Frank is a hero or hate monger.
After finding out she's a male stripper's "rock bottom," Dee goes on a mission to prove she's the best thing that ever happened to him. Dennis takes over for the stripper with the help of his bag boy, Charlie. Meanwhile, Mac and Frank get sucked into a VR war game that causes Mac to develop his own case of PTSD.
It's Valentine's Day and Paddy's is packed with customers. Dennis implores the gang to do one day of actual work but everyone else is distracted by a mystery crate Cricket spotted in the alley. Eventually, the gang becomes convinced Dennis really wants them to work on their relationships and everyone shares their grievances without much resolution.
We get to see a typical day in Cricket's world and then a possible redemption when his family intervenes. Will Cricket finally move on from the gang, finding love in the process? Will Cricket go from filthy beast to his former self, Matthew Mara?
Dennis reveals he has a baby from his Wade Boggs layover in North Dakota. Everyone offers a solution for how to get him out of this jam. Mac suggests they pretend to be a couple and Frank wants to make the broad a "decent" proposal b/c $1 million for sex is indecent. In the end, Dennis has to decide which life he wants to continue to lead.
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.
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.
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.
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 investors in hopes of raising enough capital to finish the production of their latest masterpiece.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Dee and Dennis take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot where things aren't quite how they remember. While Dee and Dennis see the seedy side of the Jersey Shore, Mac, Frank and Charlie have the nights of their lives.
Frank accidentally gets into the child pageantry business and is terrified of coming across as a 'Diddler'. As Dee tries to get revenge on Stage Mom's everywhere, Mac, Dennis and Charlie think they've found their dark horse to win 'Frank's Little Beauties'.
Desperate times call for truly sad and horrific measures as Sweet Dee tries to get out of an IRS audit. Meanwhile, the rest of The Gang institutes a new democratic voting system in Paddy's that's sure to solve all their problems.
With an apocalyptic storm headed to Philly, The Gang joins the panicking masses in a race to secure scarce resources. As Dennis, Mac, Charlie and Dee get caught up in the frenzy, Frank refuses to buy into the media hype about the storm.
After an annoying bar patron enrages The Gang, Mac and Dee take to the internet to cyber-stalk their prey, while Dennis and Charlie track him the old-fashioned way. Meanwhile, Frank tries to drum up business for Paddy's with a viral video, and learns about the dangers of the internet first-hand.
The Gang's plan to "extract" an "artifact" from a residence is jeopardized when the owners turn out to be home. Having not been noticed on the way in, they must make a plan to get the same result for the way out.
The gang will do whatever it takes to see the hottest action movie of the summer, "Thunder Gun Express," before it leaves the theaters. But with the President's visit to Philly jamming up the roadways, the gang will have to act faster, smarter and more Thunder Gunnery than ever!
After getting denied from the local pool club, Mac and Charlie aim to fix up an abandoned pool in order to beat the heat wave. Meanwhile, Dennis and Dee try to beat the heat in a more 'dignified' and 'upper-class' way.
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.
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.
While Frank, Mac, and Dennis try their hand at real estate, Dee arranges to be a surrogate mother to a wealthy couple with a sweet house. All the while, Charlie faces off with a lawyer on the intricacies of the judicial system.
While Mac and Dennis try to keep Paddy's afloat in these tough economic times, Frank partners up with Dee to start a family business. All the while, a shanty town of newly poor people is forming outside the bar.
The gang explains to a judge the trials and tribulations they encountered during game 5 of the 2008 World Series in hopes that it will clear them of a sizable parking citation that they received in the process.
There's nothing more American than wrestling. That's why the gang has decided to put on a wrestling show for the returning troops. Meanwhile, Dee is surprised when the soldier she has been chatting with online is not what she expected.
After serving a ten year ban, the Paddy's team is once again eligible to compete in Flipadelphia -- a city wide flip cup tournament. Now all they have to do is instigate their old rivals, who have since grown up.
After Dee and Charlie mistakenly eat some of Frank's human meat, they develop an unsatisfiable cannibalistic hunger. Meanwhile, Mac and Dennis take hunting for sport to the next level when they set their sights on Rickety Cricket.
Mac, Dennis, and Charlie take advantage of rising gas prices by investing in barrels of gasoline and selling them door to door. Dee and Frank decide to expose Bruce Mathis as a terrorist leader when they find out that he plans to give their money to a Muslim community center.
After investing in a billboard, Frank and Mac judge a competition to find Paddy's next top model. Dennis competes. Across town, Dee and Charlie go on a mission to create the ultimate YouTube sensation.
When Charlie asks Mac, his best friend, to beat up the waitress's new boyfriend, the only problem is that Mac is the guy. Dennis, in order to convince Charlie that he, and not Mac, is his best friend, tries to get Charlie to catch Mac red-handed.
Frank and Charlie find someone has pooped in their bed, leading Mac and Dennis to join them as they attempt to crack the case of "Who Pooped the Bed?" Dee leads the Waitress and Artemis on a night out on the town, Sex and the City-style.
Dennis joins up with an environmentalist group but his altruistic intentions quickly sour when he's snubbed by the activists. Dee and Mac decide to raise a baby they find in a dumpster but quickly find out that it's not nearly as fun as they thought it would be, and Frank and Charlie take the concept of recycling a bit too far.
When the Philadelphia Eagles hold open try-outs a la the movie 'Invincible,' Mac, Dennis, and Dee use the event for their own personal competition, while Frank and Charlie tailgate the try-outs and have an altercation with the McPoyles.
Barbara's sudden death has a profound impact on her surviving family. Frank and Dee are furious at being left out of the will and team up to seek revenge on the dead woman. For Dennis, the thrill of inheriting his mother's stately mansion is tempered by the realization that he, Mac, and Charlie are friendless and destined to die lonely and forgotten...unless they meet new friends. The only problem is that they don't quite know how to make friends.
The McPoyle brothers and sister Margaret take the gang hostage at Paddy's, raising the stakes to a new level in the feud between the two groups. Frank, who is up in the bar's ventilation system tracking down his will, may be their one hope for survival.
Dee may finally find true love when she dates a famous local rapper, who may or may not be mentally retarded. Inspired by the success of Dee's mentally challenged boyfriend, Mac, Dennis, Charlie, and Frank decide to start their own band.
Mac's unusual behavior leads Frank, Dennis, and Dee to suspect that he's the serial killer on the loose in Philly. They devise a plan to catch Mac in the act, while Charlie utilizes the vast legal knowledge he's learned from TV shows to prove Mac's innocence. When the gang learns the true reasons for Mac's mysterious behavior, they are even more sickened and horrified by their friend's behavior.
Dennis is mistaken for a recently released child molester but is more upset that he's being mistaken for a fat person than a sex offender. Mac tries to bond with his ex-con father who can't take his crazy eyes off Dee, which gives her the creeps.
When the gang finds themselves in debt to the mob after a misunderstanding over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine, Dennis is forced to pimp himself as a male escort to save the gang from getting whacked.
When the gang finds themselves in debt to the mob after a misunderstanding over a set of speakers and a stash of cocaine, Dennis is forced to pimp himself as a male escort to save the gang from getting whacked.
To rid the neighborhood of undesirables, Mac and Dee become vigilantes a la the Guardian Angels and Frank and Dennis impersonate police officers. When the taste of power proves to be too intoxicating, Charlie is forced to step in to end their corrupt activity.
Charlie inadvertently puts Paddy's up as the grand prize in a dance marathon, and the gang is forced to enter the competition to save their bar from The Waitress and Father Mara, who will do anything to win the bar.
The gang discovers the perks of being handicapped when Charlie becomes wheelchair-bound after getting hit by Dennis' car. Meanwhile, Dennis and Dee's estranged father, Frank Reynolds, returns to town to reconnect with his kids, who want nothing to do with their father. Frank has a blast hanging with the gang and decides to settle in South Philly permanently, and becomes Charlie's roomie.
The gang discovers they may lose part of their bar due to a zoning mishap and an overzealous new business neighbor, and use unorthodox measures to remedy the situation. Meanwhile, Dennis and Dee's mother, Barbara, returns to town and makes Frank's life miserable, and Frank takes steps to cement his roots in South Philly when he becomes part owner of Paddy's.
Jealous of Frank's newfound happiness reconnecting with his kids and reliving his youth, Barbara gets back at Frank by having sex with Mac. This one act sets in motion a series of back-stabbing and deceptive moves among our gang as they use the threat of sex for their own selfish purposes.
Realizing they can no longer stand to work with their father, Dennis and Dee quit their jobs at Paddy's and they concoct a plan to get welfare benefits so they can pursue their real, and completely unrealistic, dreams and goals. Mac and Charlie soon experience the downside of Dennis and Dee's absence when Frank starts dumping all the work on them, and, even worse, tries to be a father figure to them.
After being arrested for arson the gang is sentenced to do community service. Frank makes an effort to connect more with Dennis. Meanwhile, Charlie is also ordered to attend AA where he makes a startling discovery that might be beneficial in his ongoing quest to hook up with the Waitress.
The gang explores the corrupt world of local Philly politics when Frank explains how easy it is to elicit bribes from politicians. However, the gang's initial pursuit of a quick cash pay-off soon falls to the wayside when Dennis begins to think seriously about running for office.
After getting mugged, Dee agrees to take boxing lessons from Frank, who's thrilled with the prospect of reliving his glory days as a pro-fighter. Frank encounters his former nemesis at the old gym and gets the chance to rewrite their history. Meanwhile, Mac and Dennis hope to make some cash by entering Charlie in an underground street fight match, and Dee and Charlie dabble with performance enhancing supplements.
While the gang debates the constitutionality of various bans on people's rights, Mac and Dennis decide to turn Paddy's into a freedom zone with no restrictions or rules, and quickly discover the disadvantages of having too much freedom. Meanwhile, Frank gets a kick out of the whole freedom situation and decides to have a little fun of his own.
Dee is concerned when she receives numerous emails on her myspace.com page from a stranger claiming to be her and Dennis' father, and she arranges a family dinner with Frank and Barbara to get to the truth. Meanwhile, all this father-talk strikes a sentimental chord in Mac and inspires him to reconnect with his father who is in prison.
The guys hire Dee's friend Terrell as a promoter for the bar and get more than they bargained for. When the waitress that Charlie has a crush on overhears him making an inappropriate comment, Charlie along with Mac seeks out black friends to prove that he is not a racist.
Charlie is skeptical and nervous when a girl from his past reveals that he is the father of their child. Though their time spent together is initially disastrous, Charlie finds an unexpected perk in acting as the brat's father. Meanwhile, Mac becomes more serious about pro-life causes when he realizes his passion for this viewpoint might get him laid. Dennis sinks to an equally low level as he uses an abortion rally as a forum for meeting chicks.
After noticing rise in underage patrons, the gang decides to make a few accommodating adjustments for their younger crowd. In addition to assuaging their concerns of morality and responsibility, it allows the gang to both turn a profit and relive their high school years with a second chance at popularity. Ultimately, they get caught up in the petty politics and crushes of the high-schoolers.
The gang learns that Charlie might have cancer and hatches a shallow-minded plan to alleviate his anguish. However, there is more to Charlie's diagnosis than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Mac proves himself a narcissist when he gets involved with a tranny to satisfy his vanity.
Upon learning that the bar's safe has been stolen, the guys take matters into their own hands and buy a gun. Shortly thereafter "gun fever" strikes, bringing out the inner-Hardy Boy in Dennis and Mac, who vow to catch the thief, and the inner-tough guy in Charlie, who uses the gun to intimidate his nagging landlord. Meanwhile, gun fever also hits Dee, as she feigns interest in guns to try and seal the deal with Colin, a crush that only seems to have mild interest in her.
Mac and Dennis pretend to be acquainted with a patron found dead in their bar in order to get closer to the dead man's granddaughter. They reach new moral lows as the competition for her affection brings out the best and worst in Mac and Dennis. Meanwhile, Charlie acts as support for Dee as she visits her bedridden grandfather and finds himself in a precarious situation when the old man enlists Charlie in a plan, leading to a surprising discovery.
The gang learns that Charlie and Mac's high school gym teacher has been accused of molestation and they get worried when Charlie reacts oddly to the news. Dee and Dennis feel empowered to help their friend and go to the lengths of staging an intervention that includes Charlie's terrified family and the other alleged victims, the awkwardly creepy McPoyle brothers. Meanwhile, Mac's grief over the molestation report takes an unusual form as he seeks answers that might potentially restore his ego.
One of the best comedy series ever created. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is incredibly well written, includes ridiculously funny plotlines and characters. It's absolutely the best comedy ever created.
A half-hour comedy series about Ted and how he fell in love. It all started when Ted's best friend, Marshall, drops the bombshell that he's going to propose to his long-time girlfriend, Lily, a kindergarten teacher. At that moment, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he too hopes to find true love. Helping him in his quest to find his future wife is Barney, a friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin, he's sure it's love at first sight, but after a whirlwind romance with her, he realizes destiny has something else in store for him. The series is narrated through flashbacks from the future.
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star in this Emmy®-nominated comedy. Sheen plays a Malibu bachelor with an easy way with women. His casual lifestyle is interrupted when his uptight brother (Cryer) and his son stay with him. Despite the complexities of their lives, this unusual family unit promises to make each one of them a better man.
A subversive animated comedy that presents the everyday trials and tribulations of family life, but with the distinctive twist and irreverent slant that only animation can provide. FAMILY GUY airs Sundays at 9/8c on FOX.
THE MICK follows MACKENZIE, aka “MICKEY” (Kaitlin Olson, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”), an unapologetic degenerate who suddenly finds herself stuck raising her spoiled niece and nephews in affluent Greenwich, CT.
Jason Lee, the former professional skateboarder who glided to movie fame with roles in such cult favorites as Kevin Smith's Chasing Amy, was the star of the NBC sitcom My Name Is Earl. Lee, of course, played the title character, a small-town redneck and petty crook who wins 100,000 dollars in the local lottery. As he prepared to celebrate his good fortune, Earl was hit by a car, losing the lottery ticket in the process. Reviving from this double catastrophe, Earl awakened to see TV personality Carson Daly waxing poetic about "karma" on a talk show. Instantly, Earl experienced an epiphany, convincing himself that he could replicate his good luck of a few hours previous by helping out a deserving soul each week -- and, in so doing, he would make up for the many sins (258 by his own count!) that he had committed in his lifetime. Assisting Earl on his do-gooding mission was his brother, Randy (Ethan Suplee), while throwing the occasional roadblock in his path was Earl's trailer-trash former wife, Joy (Jaime Pressley). Created by Greg Garcia, the weekly, half-hour My Name Is Earl premiered September 20, 2005.
Based on the award-winning British comedy of the same name, this acclaimed sitcom is told through the lenses of a documentary film crew and filled with gossip, pranks, romance and general foolishness at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. in Scranton, Pennsylvania. If you've ever hated your boss, your job or both, then you'll love this show.
Emmy® winner Patricia Heaton stars as Frankie Heck in this warm and witty comedy about raising a family and lowering your expectations. Middle-aged, middle class and living in the middle of the country, this harried wife and working mother of three uses her wry wit and sense of humor to try to get her family through each day intact.
Check into the surreal world of Sacred Heart Hospital, where the staff is bizarre and the laughter is contagious. Fresh-faced J.D. (Zach Braff) and his fellow new medical residents weave their way through each unpredictable day with hilarious results.
Emmy Award winner Tina Fey writes, executive-produces and stars as Liz Lemon in "30 Rock," a workplace comedy where the workplace exists behind-the-scenes of a live variety show. The show is told through the comedic voice of Fey and features Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy, the brash new network executive who has turned the show upside down with his meddling ways. The single Lemon is living every comedy writer's dream -- head writer on a demanding, live TV program in New York City. Her life is jolted when Donaghy interferes with her show, and bullies Lemon into convincing Tracy Jordan -- a wild and unpredictable movie star -- to join the cast. Now Lemon must manage the unmanageable so that the show -- and her dream -- can go on.
Forget who gets to keep the ring—when a couple splits, the real question is, who gets to keep the friends? In this modern comedy, a couple's break-up will complicate all of their friends' lives and make everyone question their choices. When life throws you for a curve, hold on tight to the people you love. Every circle of friends has someone who's the gravitational center. This show isn't afraid to ask the embarrassing personal questions that inevitably arise in every long-term, close-knit group of friends.
An animated comedy revolving around Stan Smith, a CIA agent in Langley Falls, VA, whose main objective in life is national security. His family, a talking goldfish and a space alien rescued from Area 51 keep Stan busy while he tries to prevent terrorist activity in the U.S. Watch American Dad Mondays at 9/8c PM on TBS.
Modern Family is a comedy series that views three different families through the lens of a documentary filmmaker and his crew. Jay Pritchett (Ed O'Neill) is the patriarch of this complicated, messy and loving modern family.