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The Gang Gets Racist 

The guys hire Dee's friend as a promoter for the bar and get more than they bargained for. Charlie seeks black friends to prove he isn't a racist.

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Handsome Guy
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Dee introduces the guys to her friend, Terrell, from her acting class who offers to help promote their bar. The promotion is successful, with the catch that their clientèle is now gay men. Dennis' vanity leads him to enjoy the attention of the new customers, while Charlie strives to prove he's not a racist. Written by garyvent

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This episode is the second pilot of the show, commissioned by FX after they saw the original pilot that Rob McElhenny, Charlie Day, and Glenn Howerton made independently. That original pilot was remade as the episode "Charlie Has Cancer" later in this season. See more »

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Dee Reynolds: I had the craziest dream last night that I was in Cleveland, Ohio - which is really weird because I've never been to Ohio. And this guy was wearing a bunny suit, and he was coming out of...
Dennis Reynolds: [interrupting her] You know what Dee, I don't want to hear about your dream, okay? I hate listening to people's dreams. It's like flipping through a stack of photographs. If I'm not in any of them, and nobody's having sex, I just... don't care.
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A great way to start a fight.
20 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, we are introduced to our gang who gets accused of being racist. In order to avert these allegations, the gang is ready and more than willing to sell out, and capitalize on the unexpected results.

This is the episode that started it all. within the first 5 minutes of the episode, I knew 3 things real quick.

1-This show was definitely not made for everyone. The TV rating is not actually able to cover this sort of thing.

2-It is so refreshing to see that something unique and smart, is available for the low, low, price of commercials.

3-I LOVE THIS SHOW!


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