Mac concocts a scheme to attract single women to rent Dennis’ bedroom while Frank and Charlie make similar plans to draw in young, European coeds, but neither ad attracts their intended target.
After years of being mistreated by Frank during the holiday season, Dennis and Dee decide to teach him a lesson. Meanwhile, Mac and Charlie reflect on their childhood Christmases, and realize that they were not as joyous and wonderful as they remembered.
Dee faces an IRS audit over her claim that the baby she carried as a surrogate is her dependent, while the guys decide to run the bar in an unemotional, democratic manner rather than their typical method of shouting and personal attacks.
The gang gets real with one another in the face of death.
It’s the most important weekend of their lives and Frank has treated the gang and a crew of their ragtag hangers-on with tickets to see the Eagles in the Super Bowl!
Dee's blessed event is fast approaching but the father's identity remains a mystery—to the gang, at least. So they throw a party and invite all of Dee's former flings.
Court is in session at Paddy’s Pub as Frank and Dennis present their cases to the rest of the gang, resulting in a verdict that will change their lives FOREVER… but not really.
The gang tries to take a vacation from their usual dynamic by going on a cruise, but old habits die hard.
It’s the weekend of Super Bowl LII from Charlie’s perspective. While Charlie searches the back office, Cricket steals the suit leaving Charlie home alone to defend himself.
En route to Atlantic City for a charity event, Mac, Frank and Dee get lost. Meanwhile, Dennis and Charlie hitch a ride to town.