While Dennis and Dee try to figure out if the rapper Dee is dating has a mental handicap or not, Charlie, Mac, and Frank try to start their own band without knowledge of how to play musical instruments.
This week's random escapade for the gang came from Mac being inspired by the success of Dee's boyfriend, "Lil' Kevin", to start a band to make money.
Dennis was shut out due to his love of glam rock, while Mac, Charlie and Frank put together their truly awful trio.
One of the better jokes for this storyline was a visual one, coming from the drastically different looks the three chose for their band, "Chemical Toilet." - Frank wearing a terrible wig and suit, Mac dressed in a torn tank top complete with fake blood, and Charlie dressed in a nice (for him) coat, hat and scarf, attempting to be Bob Dylan.
However, some of the bits on this episode were a little mundane for this show.
The Austin-American Statesman broke a story about Vezmar suing his date for texting during a showing of The story broke wide almost instantly. Even Even Tim League, owner of the Alamo Drafthouse theaters got involved, offering Vezmar a gift certificate to cover the cost of his ticket.
However, an initially amusing event took a dark turn almost instantly.
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(Kinda like that except with stalking and harassment…) What seemed like a man taking a stand against rudeness with a hint of Austin quirkiness took a darker turn – and provided an example of risks women face when dating. They met downtown, had a slice of pizza and he drove his date’s car to the theater.
Approximately 15 minutes into the movie, Vezmar’s date “activated her phone at least 10-20 times in 15 minutes to read and send text messages,” according to the complaint. Taking her car with her, his date decided to bail and leave him behind.
He remembers Kevin attended special needs classes in elementary school. Now, with Dee on a mission to prove her brother wrong, Mac has a pitch for the gang.