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The Gang Goes Jihad 

When half of Paddy's gets bought out by a business developer, the gang seeks revenge. Unfortunately, an ill-timed dog-napping plot, a poorly made video tape, and a flaming bag of poop threaten the gang's chances of getting their property back.

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When half of Paddy's gets bought out by a business developer, the gang seeks revenge. Unfortunately, an ill-timed dog-napping plot, a poorly made video tape, and a flaming bag of poop threaten the gang's chances of getting their property back.

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First time the format changed to show episode title before the name of the show. See more »

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The amount of debris on the car trunk after the explosion changes a few times. See more »

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Dee Reynolds: I haven't seen you for a month, and I'm standing here in a neck brace. Are you gonna ask me how I'm doing... or what happened... or...
Mrs. Reynolds: I assume you did something stupid.
Dee Reynolds: Dennis ran me over with his car!
Mrs. Reynolds: There you go again! Don't you think it's about time you start taking responsibility for your actions?
Dee Reynolds: I...
Mrs. Reynolds: [interrupting her] I want my possessions returned.
[Barbara feeds her dog some food from a plate]
Dee Reynolds: I was eating that, mother!
Mrs. Reynolds: I've been running around. I haven't had time to feed the dog. ...
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More Than Words
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Written by Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt
Performed by Kaitlin Olson, Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton
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Loved it!
3 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

I heard about the show on a pod cast called 12train and decided to look up the show and download it. I downloaded the first episode and laughed so hard at the style of humor that I decided to download the second episode. It continues with Frank is living with Charlie and Frank wanting to be part of the gang, and an Israli moves in next door claiming that part of the "gang's" bar is actually on his property. Charlie and Mac go to a lawyer for advice and they twist the lawyer's words around eventually deciding to use "other" methods of getting their way with the property dispute. Well a small twist of events leads Frank striking a deal with the Israli man and hoping to become part of the gang. The end of the show is the best part and not to be spoiled. Throughout the episode the members each continually accuse each other of being racist against Jewish people. I suggest this show to any fans of South Park or SNL.


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