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The Gang Dines Out 

The gang turns up at the same restaurant for dinner at three different tables. They pretend not to notice they noticed they are noticing each other. Then the one-upmanship begins.

Director:

Matt Shakman

Writers:

Rob McElhenney (developer), Glenn Howerton (developer) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Charlie Day ... Charlie Kelly
Glenn Howerton ... Dennis Reynolds
Rob McElhenney ... Mac
Kaitlin Olson ... Dee Reynolds
Danny DeVito ... Frank Reynolds
Michael Naughton ... Waiter
Nicole Sienna ... Hostess
Ken Sagoes ... Carl
Jack Guzman ... Young Veteran
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Storyline

When Mac and Dennis go for their monthly dine at a fancy restaurant known as 'Guigino's', Charlie, Frank, and Dee all seem to be going there too. While they all notice each other, they all try their best to disrupt the other's company by causing a feud, which not only disrupts them, but the whole restaurant. Written by James Hake

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Release Date:

13 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The waiter who serves The Gang first appeared in the episode "Sweet Dee has a Heart Attack" as the man who hires Mac and Charlie into the mailroom. See more »

Goofs

When the waiter pours the bottle for Dennis and Mac that Frank sent over, he pours the white wine into glasses typically reserved for red wine. See more »

Quotes

Frank Reynolds: I know you're not as dumb as you seem.
Charlie Kelly: Well, let's just say that I am.
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Funiculì Funiculà
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Written by Luigi Denza
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Hands down the best episode
20 August 2018 | by Becca_s99See all my reviews

You have the typical "best episodes" of the show such as "Nightman Cometh" and "Dennis and Dee Go On Welfare" and these are great episodes but this episode has humour unlike those of the other episodes, it is less rude humour and more slapstick. Genuinely a laugh out loud episode.


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