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Dennis Reynolds: An Erotic Life 

While Frank and Mac come up with ways to spice up Dennis' erotic memoir, Dee finds that spending time in Charlie's shoes is way more difficult than it seems, and vice-versa.

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Mac
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Rob Thomas
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Black Dude
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Orderly
Robert Khakh ...
Movie Patron (as Rob Khakh)
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White Guy
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While Frank and Mac come up with ways to spice up Dennis' erotic memoir, Dee finds that spending time in Charlie's shoes is way more difficult than it seems, and vice-versa.

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Trivia

Twin Girls: Come play with us forever and ever and ever. Dee's hallucination scene in the hallway of Charlie's building when she encounters twin girls reciting this line is an allusion to a similar scene from the 1980 film The Shining. See more »

Goofs

When Frank and Mac are in the movie theater, Mac complains that Frank wore out the battery on their laser pointer but moments later, Frank is shining the laser pointer. See more »

Quotes

[Frank's fooling around with a laser pointer during a movie]
Mac: Shine it on his dick, shine it on his dick!
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Connections

Features Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) See more »

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Temptation Sensation (Main Title)
Written by Heinz Kiessling
Performed by Heinz Kiessling
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Ruined by Sinbad cameo
22 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is such a great episode. So funny. I'm not sure why they tried to force in a cameos by Sinbad and rob whatever from that 80s band. Why did they so that? All it does is distract. Sinbad is soooo annoyingly over the top fake prison tough you just want to kill him. Honestly the whole Charlie as Dee, Dee as Charlie thing is so good it makes me want to eat cat food. Did you ever eat cheese? Cheese is a weird thing.. Cat food equals Delish. Everything else here is hilarious. Stop forcing celebs because celebs like the show and want to be on it. Just tell them to frick off like Matt and Trey do. Please. Mother frickers Could be dope. Stop ruining it with cameos


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