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Hundred Dollar Baby 

Inspired by the movie "Million Dollar Baby", Frank teaches Dee to inflict punishment while Dennis and Mac teach Charlie to take punishment. But both fighting careers are derailed by the use of "performance enhancing supplements".

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Mac
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Jason Van Over ...
Mugger
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Luis Daniel Ponce ...
Marco (as Don Ponce)
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Bookmaker
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Cynthia Harmon ...
Blonde Bombshell
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Inspired by the movie "Million Dollar Baby", Frank teaches Dee to inflict punishment while Dennis and Mac teach Charlie to take punishment. But both fighting careers are derailed by the use of "performance enhancing supplements".

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Comedy

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TV-MA

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13 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In interviews, Kaitlin Olson has said that after she gave birth to her first child (with husband/co-star Rob McElhenney), fans would walk up to her on the street as she pushed the baby's stroller and enthusiastically shout "I will eat your babies, bitch!" in her face, a line that originates in this episode. See more »

Goofs

On the top, just after Frank says "Holy shit" in the end of the episode. See more »

Quotes

Mac: Charlie, we need to build up your tolerance to beatings!
Dennis Reynolds: Hence the smashings!
Mac: Yeah, we used the trash can but Dennis wanted to use a chair.
Dennis Reynolds: I think he's ready for a chair.
Mac: That's way too excessive.
Dennis Reynolds: The guy's ready for a chair.
Mac: No, he's not ready for a chair...
Charlie Kelly: Hey, hey, guys! I can handle a chair.
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Connections

References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »

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Starlet Express
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Music by Werner Tautz
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