Sign in. Laverne Cox reveals what she'll miss about " Orange is the New Black ," and shares her encounter with Reese Witherspoon. Watch now. Dennis is angry because he's being mistaken for a fat guy rather than the sex offender who moved next door to Charlie.
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Spoiler alert: The reason he looks like a registered sex offender is that the R. Ah, the magic of television. After two weeks of top-notch Sunny , tonight's episode felt somewhat chaotic and unfocused — not without its charms, but with too many misfires to ignore. While there were plenty of funny lines, the absurdity didn't build to a fever pitch — it just popped up here and there. Our plotlines summarized: 1 Dennis resembles a child molester who has just gotten out of prison and suffers the recriminations of the community; 2 Frank decides to move out of Charlie's apartment and get himself a woman who will cook and clean and whom he can bang; 3 Mac's dad gets out of prison in the same overcrowding purge, leading Mac to hope that his family will get back together. Maybe my problem with this episode is that I prefer the gang to be the sole locus of illogic and amorality in a world that has to figure out how to deal with them. When others who are just as whack — like the McPoyles or Mac's family — cluster round, there's too much crazy for me.
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Dennis is targeted, while Mac quests for fatherly love. This was a great episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia , which had several very funny elements all working well together. The title plotline, in which a newly released sex offender looks just like Dennis, or a chubby version of Dennis, was certainly funny. But perhaps even better was the related plotline of Mac's dad being released from prison for the same reason as the sex offender - over crowding.