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Dennis and Dee Get a New Dad 

When Dennis and Dee discover their mother has lied to them about Frank being their dad, they get to know their real father. Meanwhile, Mac and Charlie attempt to impress Mac's imprisoned father by becoming hardened criminals.

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When Dennis and Dee discover their mother has lied to them about Frank being their dad, they get to know their real father. Meanwhile, Mac and Charlie attempt to impress Mac's imprisoned father by becoming hardened criminals.

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The "BADNEW" tattoo Charlie gives himself in his apartment can be seen on his arm for the rest of the series. See more »

Quotes

Dennis Reynolds: It's 8 o'clock in the morning and you're drinking a beer.
Mac: Hey, that's how we roll. Go with it.
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References Patch Adams (1998) See more »

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Greatest Love of All
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Written by Michael Masser and Linda Creed
Performed by Glenn Howerton (Dennis), Kaitlin Olson (Dee) and Stephen Collins (Bruce)
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Season Two
2 June 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

With the addition of Danny DeVito to the cast season two of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". The always difficult, 'make it or break it' second season of any TV series (especially sitcoms) is a resounding success in this case, staying pretty spectacular from episode 1 through the season finale. Despite providing only one really classic episode in "The Gang Goes Jihad" the consistent quality of the season makes it really memorable. The writing is solid for the characters, developing them without descending to the schmaltzy, humorless 'character-based' scenes other sitcoms depend on a lot.

Average rating based on ratings for all episodes: 9.1/10


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