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Several friends own Paddy's Pub, a neighborhood bar in Philadelphia, and try to find their way in the world of work and relationships. But often, they can't get out of their own way, leading to uncomfortable situations, which usually worsen before improving. The gang includes twin siblings Dennis and Sweet Dee Reynolds, along with their longtime friends, Charlie Kelly and Ronald "Mac" McDonald. Charlie lives with Frank, Dennis and Sweet Dee's father, who has left his cheating, money-grabbing wife in an attempt to redeem himself after a history of doing business with sketchy people.

Latest episodes

aired 4 days ago
The Philadelphia Eagles hold open tryouts, and Mac, Dennis and Dee use the event for their personal competition.
aired 4 days ago
The McPoyle brothers and their sister, Margaret, take the gang hostage at their own bar; Frank tries to find his will after Charlie hid it.
aired 4 days ago
The gang tries to become famous; Frank, Charlie and Mac try their hands at news reporting; Dee and Dennis start club-hopping.
aired 4 days ago
Dee discovers the biggest loser from high school is now a successful fashion designer, making Dee the biggest loser now.
aired 5 days ago
A Korean restaurateur threatens to bump Paddy's from the coveted and profitable stop on the city's annual pub crawl.
aired 5 days ago
Dennis' mistaken identity bothers him for the wrong reasons; Mac tries to bond with his ex-convict father, who bothers Dee.
aired 5 days ago
Mac and Dee become vigilantes in an attempt to rid the neighborhood of the homeless; Frank and Dennis impersonate police officers; Charlie must step in and end his friends' corrupt activity.
aired 7 days ago
Frank, Dennis and Dee suspect Mac is the serial killer they read about; they devise a plan to catch him in the act.
aired 7 days ago
Dennis becomes disappointed after joining an environmentalist group; Dee and Mac decide to raise a baby they find in a dumpster.
aired 7 days ago
Dee receives numerous e-mails on her myspace.com page from a stranger claiming to be her and Dennis' father.
aired 7 days ago
A leaky pipe at Paddy's creates a water stain in the shape of Virgin Mary; the gang tries to make money off of the mistake.
aired 11 days ago
After a rousing debate on people's rights and freedoms, Mac and Dennis run Paddy's without rules or restrictions.
aired 11 days ago
Dee agrees to take boxing lessons from Frank after being mugged; Mac and Dennis enter Charlie in an underground street fight match; Dee and Charlie dabble with performance enhancing supplements.
aired 11 days ago
The gang becomes interested in politics when Frank explains how easy it is to elicit bribes from politicians.
aired 11 days ago
Barbara becomes jealous of Frank's new relationship with Dee and Dennis and that he's been dating; she tries to seduce Mac for revenge.
aired 12 days ago
Dennis and Dee quit their jobs and concoct a plan to go on welfare; Mac and Charlie suffer the consequences when Dennis and Dee quit.
aired 12 days ago
Mac, Dennis, Charlie and Dee are given community service for the arson mishap; Frank's attempt to bond with Dennis backfires.
aired 12 days ago
The gang uses unorthodox measures to save the bar from an overzealous business neighbor; Dennis and Dee's mother returns to town and makes Frank's life miserable.
aired 14 days ago
The gang learns something when Charlie must use a wheelchair; Dennis and Dee's estranged father returns to town.
aired 14 days ago
Charlie and Mac's old high school gym teacher is accused of molesting their former peers; Dee and Dennis suspect that Charlie is also a victim.
aired 14 days ago
Mac and Dennis befriend a patron found dead at their bar in order to win the affection of his granddaughter.

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