A guy dies in Paddy's pub. Dennis and Mac use the guy's death as an excuse to get close to the guy's attractive granddaughter. Meanwhile, Charlie discovers that Dennis and Dee's grandfather was a Nazi.

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While working on an average day, the gang finds a dead guy in the bar. And when the grand-daughter comes, Dennis and Mac use her grandpas death as an excuse to go out with her, which ends up in a feud between the both of them. At the same time Dee and Charlie visit Dennis and Dee's 'Pop-pop' and while their discover that he is an ex-Nazi. Written by James Hake

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Comedy

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6 September 2005 (USA)  »

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The classical music playing in the background at the start of the funeral scene at the red church is Canon in D Major by Johann Pachelbel. Canon in D Major is actually a wedding piece, not a funeral piece. See more »

Goofs

When Charlie tries to sell Dennis's grandfather's SS uniform, he describes it as being from 1942. However, in 1942 the Waffen SS was wearing gray uniforms. The black SS uniform shown is a pre-war uniform that was largely phased out by 1938. See more »

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Curator: [after being shown the Nazi officers jacket] I find this offensive for so many reasons. I'm guessing you acquired this through illegal means. For me to take this from you would be an extension of that. And secondly, that you would expect it would "make my day" assumes that I'm interested in profiting off the murder of millions of innocent people!
[Mac glances at Charlie; Charlie nods]
Mac: How much will you give us for it?
Curator: Nothing.
Charlie Kelly: Nothing, orrr...?
Curator: I plan to call the police the minute you guys leave ...
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Maybe it's You
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Written by Joe Lervold & Lia Aschmann
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet, Patrick Maier, vocal
Courtesy of Access Music
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I'm Sorry for Your Loss
13 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

Another good one, in this episode the Gang comes into the bar one day to discover that an elderly man had died at a booth in Paddy's the night before. Dee and Charlie go to visit Dee's grandpa in response. Meanwhile Dennis and Mac battle over the deceased attractive granddaughter.

Dennis' sociopathic tendencies are out in full effect as he bests Mac in their battle over the beautiful woman. Even from the earliest season, these characters' traits are fairly consistent. Both of the subplots in this episode are pretty amusing and that image of Charlie in a Nazi uniform is very laughable. Never change IASIP.


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