Mac (Rob McElhenney) has a run in with Carmen in which he is shocked to see her married to a large black man. This sets Mac off on a righteous journey in which he feels the need to break up their marriage by spouting bible versus to the married couple. His message is loud and clear; jealousy.
Charlie (Charlie Day) and Frank (Danny DeVito) decide to enter a domestic partnership so Charlie can get on Frank’s medical insurance since Charlie is having back pain and needs to see a chiropractor. They decide to consult Carmen about gay marriages since “she’s an expert” and Frank asks the burning question of who the woman in their marriage would be.
Dennis (Glenn Howerton) decides to rekindle his old high school relationship to Maureen Ponderosa; the one girl he thought he would be married to by now. Meanwhile Dee (Kaitlin Olson) tags along to their mini reunion so that she can attempt to hook up with Bill, Maureen’s extremely hot brother that causes Dee’s gag reflex to go haywire. After meeting back up with Bill-happily married man with two children, Dee decides his overweight physic is less than appealing and ducks out.
Dennis and Maureen get married in which he kicks out Mac, leaving him to fend for himself. He decides that Dee is his only hope for a home and finds her in a robe, trying to drink down a beer, and gagging in her living room, then a very naked Bill in her bed.
The gang is way over their head in this episode. Dennis has married a woman with oddly bad breath to which everyone attempts to tell him she has a dead tooth. The episode ends after he sees the dead tooth. Next weeks episode is properly entitled Dennis Gets Divorced. Ah wedded bliss!
Best part of this episode might have to be Mac being called confused because he slept with Carmen. While Mac is spouting bible passages in which he is reprimanding the couple for both being men and married, they whipped back with the obvious-he had sex with her while she was still a man, which makes him the gay one. Dee and Mac’s gagged conversation was also a highlight. Not only is it perfectly amusing that these two are married in real life, but Dee was worried when she thought Mac was asking her to marry him. Charlie’s absurd freegan almonds, that the gang all took part in eating deserve a mention as well.
This is why we love Sunny.