On top of the sociopathic tendencies, on Dennis talks his sister Dee into doing many humiliating things like posing as serial killer bait, setting her up with men with lower self esteem than hers, and calling her a bird every chance he gets.
When he and Dee stalk the Waitress, he’s disappointed that they aren’t actually going to kill her and chop her up.
We're used to seeing Dennis and Mac maintain their cool more than any other characters on the show, so when they started acting like a married couple going through a rough patch, it worked.
However, that joke got really thin after a while and trying to stretch it over the entire episode was too much to ask.
Dennis predictably couldn't function in Dee's crazy world and the same was true for Mac living with Charlie and Frank.
After living apart for what amounted to a few hours, the two of them realized they were better off together.
("I'm gonna want the milk steak boiled over hard and a side of your finest jelly beans, raw.") Overall, this episode didn't feel like anything we hadn't seen before.
Even the potentially funny story-line of Charlie trying to retrieve a cat stuck in Dee's apartment never hit the mark.
However, Dee's grand plan to lure Dennis and Mac together under the guise of a blind date with "a woman with giant breasts" fell flat.As critics and the public discuss the potential calamities of the upcoming Peeple app, revealed this week as a Yelp-style rating service for human beings, it turns out that our beloved local sitcom "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" predicted something like this would come to pass in an episode earlier this year.In the Season 10 episode "The Gang Group Dates," Dennis Reynolds gets a bit reckless with a fictional dating app called "Buncher," evidently inspired by Tinder.It's really saying something about a show when story arcs like a cat getting stuck inside the walls of Dee's apartment or Frank picking his toenails with a steak knife simply do not go far enough.Although, Charlie getting upset that Frank wasted a perfectly good sock to stop the bleeding instead of a candy wrapper was a nice touch.We love Fat Mac because despite being crippled with dia-bitis, he still somehow managed to be healthier than Dennis. If you and your mates are sticking to the classic structure of the A-Team within your group then you really need to establish who's the looks, brains and the.... That laugh is pure evil but then again, you should know that...Unfortunately, that's not the case and this one felt like territory we had already covered.Sure, putting Mac and Dennis' relationship under the microscope was a new idea, but the results of their fallout was not.That was just enough of an insult to force an argument between the two men and drive them apart for the episode.As a result, Mac went to live with Charlie and Frank while Dennis hung out with Dee. Had this show aired in the first season, or simply not immediately behind the home run that was last week's episode, I may have enjoyed it more.