Conclusion. In the Season 7 finale, the gang come up with a new plan to buff their tarnished high-school reputations at their high-school reunion
Part 1 of 2. The gang have much to prove when they attend their high-school reunion. They meet old friends and make new foes as they stroll—make that trip—down memory lane
The gang sneak into a residence to “extract” an “artifact,” only to discover that someone is home. Uh-oh.
Another rainy day in Philadelphia. The gang can’t go out and play, so they stay indoors and play a board game of their own devising. (It doesn’t much resemble Chutes and Ladders). They also drink.
It’s not always sunny in Philadelphia: An apocalyptic storm is bearing down on the City of Brotherly Love, and everyone’s in panic mode, except for Frank.
Frank’s long-lost brother shows up unexpectedly and spills family secrets.
While Dee tries to weasel her way out of an IRS audit, the guys set up a new (and, they say, democratic) way of running Paddy’s.
Frank finds himself in the child beauty-pageant business and fears that people might think that he’s in it for the wrong reasons. Meanwhile, Dee wages war on stage moms; and Mac, Dennis and Charlie think they have found a contestant to back.
Dee and Dennis take the gang to their favorite childhood vacation spot on the Jersey Shore. Things aren’t quite as they remember them. Still, Mac, Frank and Charlie have the times of their lives; Dee and Dennis not so much.
Frank wants to marry a prostitute and the gang can’t talk him out of it. While Dee sets out to burnish the hooker’s heart of gold, Charlie takes a different tack: He tries to set Frank up with another woman. Meanwhile, Mac has put on a lot of weight. “I’m cultivating mass,” he tells Dennis.