While Mac, Dennis, and Charlie use their classic setup to sell gallons of gasoline door to door, Frank subjects Dee to a series of torture and mind games when he suspects that Dee is trying to kill him while the two plot to steal their inheritance from Bruce Mathis.

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While Mac, Dennis, and Charlie use their classic setup to sell gallons of gasoline door to door, Frank subjects Dee to a series of torture and mind games when he suspects that Dee is trying to kill him while the two plot to steal their inheritance from Bruce Mathis.

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Mac makes allusions to The A-Team, Scooby Doo, and The Ghostbusters while trying to convince Charlie and Dennis that they should follow the successful "looks, brains, wildcard" team dynamic. See more »

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At the gas station Dennis refers to Charlie, who they had designated as the "wild card" member of the group as "mild card." See more »

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Mac: [panicking] Guys, why aren't the brakes working?
Charlie Kelly: Because I cut the brakes! Wildcard, bitches! Yeeee-ha!
[Jumps out of truck]
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References Walky Talky Hawky (1946) See more »

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Off Broadway
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Music by Werner Tautz
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This is why I love Sunny!
10 March 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This episode is brilliant. All characters are doing what they do best. Hilarious and absurd situations follow each other in fast pace.

Dennis, Mac and Charlie solve the oil crisis while Frank and Dee go after Bruce.

Most brilliant parts (personal):

Frank torturing Dee (his own daughter) Charlie completely blowing the scene where he talks with a southern accent

And of course, Charlie jumping out of the car when he cut the brake line.

This episode is a real WILDCARD!!!


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