Dennis and Dee quit their jobs and concoct a plan to get welfare benefits so they can pursue their unrealistic goals and dreams.

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Dennis and Dee decide to quit the bar and go on welfare to follow their dreams, but wind up getting addicted to crack instead. Meanwhile, Charlie and Mac go on a spending spree when Frank stashes all of his remaining cash in Charlie's bank account. Written by halo1k

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In every other episode Dennis has a range rover but in this episode, when they go to buy crack Dennis has a Land Rover. See more »

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Frank Reynolds: Well, if we're gonna do something like this, we gotta make sure we don't abuse anybody.
Charlie Kelly: No, I mean I know what it's like to grow up poor. You know, we gotta treat people with respect.
Mac: Respect is the name of the game. Respect is number one!
Charlie Kelly: It's the name of almost every game.
Mac: Absolutely because we understand the plight of the worker.
Charlie Kelly: Plight...
Mac: Respect.
Charlie Kelly: Respect the plight. What d'ya think, Frank?
Frank Reynolds: I'm good, go get us some slaves.
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Music by Heinz Kiessling
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Ridiculously Funny!!
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the first episode I've seen in this series and I am hooked. The idea that someone would become a crack head in order to receive welfare payments is absurd. These guys are really funny. They ask the drug dealer how much he "recomends for a first time user." When Mac explains the "Work for Welfare" program to Charlie and Frank, watch Charlie's reaction. "I don't understand--are you asking me a question?" There are so many little comments and subtleties that are hilarious. I am not ashamed to admit that I taped a few episodes and watched them a few times each. You pick up new things every time you watch. Very Funny! Great show. I hope they make a lot more episodes.


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