Sweet dee is dating a retarded
Meanwhile, Frank starts up his old sweatshop business and coaches Mac on how to run one.
Both Frank and Mac are put off by Dennis' glam rock swagger so they kick him out of the band. The scene in which Mac, Charlie and Frank got a hotel room and trashed it to live the rock star lifestyle was pretty meh, and wasn't helped by the not particularly funny reveal that Mac had used Frank's credit card to get the room. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin.Finally, the gang is forced to save themselves from Charlie's mistakes.First, the Mc Poyles get revenge on the gang for revealing their false molestation charge (from season one's finale "Charlie Got Molested") and inadvertently shooting their brother Doyle (from this season's "The Gang Gets Invincible") after he was invited to the Eagles' training camp by taking all of them hostage in their own bar.First they decide to do good: Sweet Dee and Mac adopt a baby that was abandoned in a dumpster, Dennis volunteers with environmental rights activists, and everyone in the gang become vigilantes to solve Philadelphia's homeless problem.The gang then hatches several schemes to become famous: Mac, Frank, and Charlie try to be viral video stars by covering the local news while Dennis and Dee seek fame as spoiled, drug-addled club hoppers.Of course, Charlie would prefer to be behind a curtain on stage, but Mac is already more inspired because someone in the band can actually play an instrument.
They need to start their own band, because if a retard can do it and get laid, they certainly should be able to! Dennis was shut out due to his love of glam rock, while Mac, Charlie and Frank put together their truly awful trio.
The gang gets involved in trash and dirty tactics when Dee and Mac find an abandoned baby boy in a Dumpster and try to care for and make money off him, Frank and Charlie get into Dumpster diving (with Charlie still trying to find out whether or not Frank is his real father), and Dennis tricks an environmentalist into chaining himself to a tree to save it from being cut.
When the Philadelphia Eagles hold open try-outs à la the movie Invincible, Mac, Dennis, and Dee use the event for their own personal competition.
The season contains 15 episodes and concluded airing on November 15, 2007.
The Gang's narcissism spins out of control, as usual.
Dee gets jealous of her high school friend (who lost weight and has a successful career in fashion design) and decides to start her very own sweatshop.