Five egocentric friends who run a neighborhood Irish pub in Philadelphia try to find their way through the adult world of work and relationships. Unfortunately, their warped views and precarious judgments often lead them to trouble, creating a myriad of uncomfortable situations that usually only get worse before they get better.
Dennis Reynolds Quotes
|Season 12 / Episode 6: - Hero or Hate Crime?|
Dennis Reynolds: This ticket represents hope. Okay? Potential. Yeah? Promise. The very foundation upon which this group rest. Yeh?
|Season 11 / Episode 9: - The Gang Goes to Hell|
Dennis Reynolds: How's it going with the wrath thing? You, uh, staying away from that?
Dee Reynolds: Well, yeah, you know, I was trying, but there are certain See You Next Tuesdays on this ship that are making it very difficult.
Dennis Reynolds: Mm, yeah, I feel ya. I'm-I'm already struggling with the lust thing. See this, uh, flaxen-haired seductress across the pool over here?
Dee Reynolds: Dennis, she looks like she's 12 years old.
Dennis Reynolds: No, she's of age. I checked. Well, she's galavanting around, you know, flaunting it for me, and she knows how easy it would be for me to have her, too, because of the implication. Not that you would understand. It's not what you think it is.
Dee Reynolds: No, I think I get it. We're out in the middle of the ocean, she's stuck on a boat. She couldn't possibly say no, 'cause something might go wrong for her if she did.
Dennis Reynolds: That's... that's exactly what it is. How did you get that so fast?
Dee Reynolds: It's like when I'm alone with a guy, and we're messing around, and he gets all skittish about banging. So then I insinuate that it would be a shame if my account of what happened was different from his, and then he ended up getting a call from the sheriff. You know what I mean? And then, boom. We plow.
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