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25th Nov '16 4:41:58 PM srj34
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** Recall that at the end of the episode, the lead scientist mentioned that Tsang Te's (spelling?) role was to reinforce Charlie's belief in his own intelligence. What's unethical about that?


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24th Nov '16 3:39:56 PM srj34
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** Where did I write that they designed the panic room?
13th Nov '16 8:55:03 AM orrink
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** What makes you think they designed the panic room?

* In "The Gang Gives Back" why would the A.A. meeting not understand that Charlie doesn't want to admit that he's an alcoholic? It's clear that the court sends people with alcohol-related violations to the group so shouldn't the group be prepared to deal with people who have committed alcohol violations and aren't self-diagnosed alcoholics?
2nd Oct '16 6:40:47 PM srj34
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*I know it's a comedy, and RuleOfFunny supersedes anything else, but when exactly did The Gang acquire the bar? The series debuted in 2005, and in the underage drinking episode, Mac explicitly states that he is 28 years old. The rest of the gang graduated in the same year as of the high school reunion episode, so they're all 28 in that episode apparently. But in Storm of the Century, they mention that the bar has a panic room that they cleared for Y2K. The gang would have been 21 years old then - how did they own the bar in 1999?
15th Jul '16 9:31:49 PM tv12345
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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also extremely ignorant, stubborn people who refuse to change their long-set ways, learn new things, or admit to their flaws. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into health or safety in any real way.

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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also extremely ignorant, stubborn people who refuse to change their long-set ways, learn new things, or admit to their flaws. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into health or safety in any real way. They must know that all of these things they do are serious dangers to them but it's as the gang says in "The Gang Gets Quarantined", "What do we do with that information?" "What do you do with any information? You just stuff it deep down inside and keep an eye on it."
15th Jul '16 9:28:09 PM tv12345
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** In the beginning of "Being Frank", we see Frank dying his roots in front of his mirror as he starts the day.

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** In the beginning of "Being Frank", we see Frank dying his roots in front of his mirror as he starts the day.
day. It's the character's cosmetic choice.
15th Jul '16 9:23:54 PM tv12345
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** In "Mac is a Serial Killer", the gang gets ready to chop Mac up into pieces with a chainsaw because they think Mac is a serial killer. In "The Waitress is Getting Married", Mac and Dennis tell Frank that they're arming themselves with weapons because they think that Charlie will be distraught at losing the waitress and "try to take them out". Their patterns of dealing with potential danger in other members of the gang doesn't line of with trying to get help for anyone, or doing whatever would be the healthiest/most rational method for the situation.

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** In "Mac is a Serial Killer", the gang gets ready to chop Mac up into pieces with a chainsaw because they think Mac is a serial killer. In "The Waitress is Getting Married", Mac and Dennis tell Frank that they're arming themselves with weapons because they think that Charlie will be distraught at losing the waitress and "try to take them out". Their patterns of dealing with potential danger in other members of the gang doesn't line of up with trying to get help for anyone, or doing whatever would be the healthiest/most rational method for the situation.
15th Jul '16 9:23:13 PM tv12345
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**In "Mac is a Serial Killer", the gang gets ready to chop Mac up into pieces with a chainsaw because they think Mac is a serial killer. In "The Waitress is Getting Married", Mac and Dennis tell Frank that they're arming themselves with weapons because they think that Charlie will be distraught at losing the waitress and "try to take them out". Their patterns of dealing with potential danger in other members of the gang doesn't line of with trying to get help for anyone, or doing whatever would be the healthiest/most rational method for the situation.
14th Jul '16 11:35:20 PM tv12345
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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also characters who refuse to change their long-set ways. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into health or safety in any real way.

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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also characters extremely ignorant, stubborn people who refuse to change their long-set ways.ways, learn new things, or admit to their flaws. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into health or safety in any real way.
14th Jul '16 11:31:35 PM tv12345
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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also characters who refuse to change their long-set ways. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into what's good for them.

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** They're all dangerous people (Dee admitted to outright plotting to killing off Dennis and Frank for the inheritance money. Charlie seemingly might have murdered the "leprechaun" in "Charlie Catches A Leprechaun" if the gang hadn't stopped him. Frank carries a gun on him constantly and is reckless with it). They're also characters who refuse to change their long-set ways. It seems like they're willing to let themselves kill each other than admit that any of them need help. They're also all severe alcoholics, drug-users, and people who just generally put themselves in bad positions (they do run a dive bar that they've described as the kind of place where people get stabbed). It doesn't seem like they put much thought into what's good for them.
health or safety in any real way.
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