Tensions run high in the gang when Mac courts Dennis and Dee's mom and the two organize a stakeout to blackmail Frank and get out of "Charlie work".

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When Frank decides to put the gang on 'Charlie Work' instead of Charlie, they get furious and try to change that. Since Charlie is now manager, the gang does various favors to get out of it. And at the same time Mac banged Dennis' mom and Dennis wants to get back at him by trying to bang Macs mom. Written by James Hake

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The vocals for the club music that Frank dances to were actually done by Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton. The song itself was influenced by an ad-lib Danny DeVito did when he started dancing and singing "go for it." See more »

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When Dennis and the Waitress are in the office talking to Charlie, you can clearly see a gap where there is no ceiling. See more »

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Dennis Reynolds: What the hell is she doing here?
Waitress: What the hell is she doing here? Really? Really. I'll tell you what I'm doing here. You wanna know what I'm doing here, shit-for-brains? I had sex with your dad! That's right! I had sex with your father, because just like you, I like my sex old and ugly! And with fake hair on their heads that falls off when you're having sex with them! It just falls off, because that's what you do, Dennis Reynolds - you like to have sex with old people! And you said that you ...
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The Best Episode of comedy TV out there.
2 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In being only the 2nd episode of Television I've seen since I've joined IMDb that I felt deserved a perfect score of 10*, "Mac Bang Dennis' Mom" is Comedy perfection. It is comparable to the likes of South Parks genius "Scott Tenorman Must Die" in that it includes the best of crude humor, plot twists, and raw character interaction. From what I've seen so far from 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' plots are able to develop effortlessly in less than 30 minutes. Its something that hasn't been done so easily since the early seasons of South Park, and Seinfeld before that. I think for anyone wondering what the show is really like, the best example would be within the first episodes of season two where the shows grit meets its abstract humor. If nothing else give it a shot, because for once the laughs aren't cheap, the plots are current, and the characters mesh well.


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