Why is Frank at everybody else's high school reunion?: Who knows? Anyway, the Gang opens the show tailgating in the parking lot before their high school reunion. Dee takes a very pathetic beer bong and misinterprets Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back."
Brad Fischer: Seems to have a personal vendetta against Charlie. Apparently, Charlie gave him a box full of hornets, leaving scars all over his once acne-ridden face. Yet, for some reason he's mad at Charlie?
The Deep Dark Origin of "Mac": Did you ever wonder what "Mac's" last name was? Or if Mac was his given name? It turns out his legal name is Ronald McDonald. Sounds cruel, but remember, his dad is a convict and his mom is an alcoholic. Makes sense now, right?
And the waitress is off the wagon: Of course, we can't learn her actual name, so the writers made her nametag disappear.
And Cricket is a minister again?: Rickety Cricket has cleaned himself up and has rejoined the clergy. Meanwhile, Dee has gotten into the mean kid's circle and is getting hammered while enjoying her manufactured popularity.
Meanwhile, Dennis has lost a step: Despite avoiding all of his friends that lower his stock, Dennis can't seem to get any action. While expecting his minions to come flocking to him, all he's attracted is the waitress, his ex-wife Maureen Ponderosa, Frank and an old high school foe who allegedly slept with his prom date.
Ronnie the Rat strikes again: After being issued two beer tickets per person, Mac begins an uproar against the system, saying two beers per person is not enough to get him drunk. Meanwhile, Adriano shows up with eight bootleg tickets and purchases a round for his friends and denies Mac and Charlie's entrance into the bootleg beer ring. Mac rats him out.
Charlie’s dirty drawers: Yes, they make an appearance this week. After being embarrassed by Mac's snitching, Charlie goes to the bathroom to inhale some ammonia mixed in with bleach. Despite Mac and Frank coming in to stop him, Charlie huffs and passes out. Adriano and the Gang confront Mac for snitching on them and give Mac and Frank both wedgies.
Remember that Brad Fischer guy? He gives Charlie a wedgie and snaps off his old, crusty briefs. It's the funniest moment of the episode (and probably the funniest moment of this season).
Oh yeah, Cricket's still homeless: He steals jewelry and wallets from everybody that he hugged and kissed earlier ... and he has ringworm all over his body. He's still creepy and homeless.
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