After years of influence, Dee begins to embrace the self-loathing qualities the others have beaten into her.
The gang takes a look at the gun ownership process and alternatives to find a common ground on this heated issue.
After years of no recognition for the time spent in the bar industry, the gang tries to change its ways to please the patrons.
The gang does its best to recoup its investments in questionable schemes by dumping the losses on Ben the soldier.
Everyone in the gang gets a day to do what they want and everyone else has to participate; this is Mac's day.
A routine trip to a convenience store places the gang in the middle of an armed robbery; each member faces their reactions.
The gang voluntarily quarantine themselves inside of Paddy's in an attempt to keep their singing voices pristine for an upcoming competition when a severe flu outbreak sweeps Philadelphia.
An experiment successfully multiplies Charlie's intellect and takes him away from the bar; the gang find themselves struggling to complete Charlie's work.
Creative differences over what constitutes tasteful nudity causes Frank to pull his money out of "Lethal Weapon 6"; Mac, Dennis and Charlie screen their rough footage for investors.