A crack addicted hooker plays Frank’s love interest. Her clients includes Tiger Woods and Don Cheadle, who actually is the Afro-American that pretended to be Donovan Mc Nabb in The Gang Gets Invincible.
You invest mental energy in making sure things go a certain way. I have been guilty of stressing over past relationships. Things started out fun and light, I got excited about the possibilities…and then became scared that my imagined future wouldn’t come to be…and then panic set in.
From then on, the relationship was no longer enjoyable.
Seriously dark comedy about four dissolute friends who run a struggling pub in Philadelphia.
Dennis, Dee, Mac and Charlie are absolutely (even gleefully) amoral.
Sweet Dee dates a local rapper mistakenly thought to be mentally handicapped by Mac and Dennis, the two of whom start a band, but can't quite pinpoint their genre of music—especially when Charlie comes up with a raunchy, disjointed song about a mysterious creature who violates him in his sleep.
The Gang's jealousy and greed come roaring back when they fight over Barbara's inheritance, after she wills the house to Dennis.
Every interaction and conversation became a test to see exactly where he stood and how he felt.
Anyone who has dated long enough knows exactly what I’m talking about.
Meanwhile, the rest of the gang realizes that if Dee's mentally deficient boyfriend can be a successful musician they could pull together and form a pretty decent band of their own.
In my article on why guys suddenly lose interest, I discussed how caring too much or stressing over your relationship can irreparably damage it. When you eliminate the care (or worry or stress or whatever you want to call it), you are free to really be in the relationship. Realize stressing gets you nowhere First, you need to realize that getting all wound up over the state of your relationship serves no purpose, ever.
Two members of the gang find themselves on the wrong side of the law due to mistaken identity: Mac is suspected to be a serial killer after becoming distant from the gang and Dennis is mistaken for a registered sex offender after a real sex offender (who looks like a fatter version of Dennis) is released from prison due to overcrowding.