I hated this episode when I first saw it. This sort of juvenile gross out humor is never my kind of thing. But somehow, the sheer idiocy and ridiculously convoluted nature of this episode wins you over upon multiple viewings.
There really isn't much else to say about it, and Dee's side story isn't actually my cup of tea. The Sex and the City storyline is pretty old by now, and separate episodes where Dee hang out with girls and tries to be cultured might have worked better.
But who cares? This episode could have been so tasteless, but the way that it deals with a deliberately crude subject so matter-of-factly makes it win you over with time.
Only a show like Sunny could have ever pulled this off.