User Score: 2284
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the gang tries to make amends with those they have wronged in the past.
After having a falling out with Frank over the creative direction of Lethal Weapon 6, Mac, Dennis, and Charlie seek an alternative source of funding to finish the film.
Charlie finds himself becoming more intelligent after agreeing to be part of a University drug study. With Charlie's interests now focused elsewhere, Mac, Dennis, and Dee must take on Charlie work.
To avoid getting sick with the flu and missing out on their chance to participate in an upcoming Boyz II Men singing competition, the gang decides to quarantine themselves in Paddy's Pub.
During a convenience store robbery, each of the gang envisions how they would intervene.
The gang is forced to spend the day participating in activities of Mac's choosing.
Duped into investing in financial schemes, the gang tries to recoup their losses by getting others to participate.
The gang sets out to spruce up Paddy's image in order to gain the respect of the bartending industry.
Frank's gun advocacy ignites a debate about gun ownership.
A depressed Dee channels years of abuse from the rest of the gang into a burgeoning stand-up career.