What can I say; In summation, one of the top 5 episodes I have ever seen in my life.
Ben arrived by bus in Philadelphia to meet with "Desert Rose", Sweet Dee's online alias.
While Dee is seriously interested in watching a new night film, Charlie and Mac are developing their ideas in the field of cinematography.
Full of optimism and enthusiasm friends confidently take on new business.
They saw him waiting in a car in the summer heat for her, without cracking the windows. Dennis and Mac -- and then, later, Charlie and Dee -- try to get themselves out of the financial scams that they have gotten themselves into by triggering Ben's PTSD, which they both think will render him "putty in [their] hands".
Dennis and Mac told her that Ben was probably running The D. However, it turns out that Ben is not only free from PTSD, but he thought that his time in the Army during the war was fun due to actually being a computer programmer instead of a soldier and getting to travel the world and see exotic places.
Mac and Charlie have long wanted to make a decent film.
, which begins its 10th season tonight on FXX, has been on the air for almost a decade. There are a few very strong episodes, and a couple that aren’t so hot, and they add up to about what you’d expect, if you’ve been watching the show for a while. It’s not unbelievably difficult to predict where each episode goes, based on the premise of the title. , but all the characters have no morals,” which I, of course, found awesome. But the solution to the characters’ problems is a confirmation of everyone’s self-delusions — Mac convincing himself that he’s straight, Charlie that he’s got a shot with the Waitress, and Frank that he can maintain an erection.
Over a decade, we’ve come to learn how these characters think, and their plasticity is part of what makes them fun. The experience of watching is less wish fulfillment and more delightfully painful, but still funny.And that’s probably what she would have done here, except that this guy goes way too far. First, there’s a misguided attempt to get the dude therapy at a group for veterans, but then she gets him paid for playing video games with Frank (Danny De Vito).