Sweet dee is dating a retarded person episode

Stream now 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.

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.

She is the twin sister of Dennis Reynolds, and the legal daughter of Frank and Barbara Reynolds.

Dee considers herself a member of The Gang that runs Paddy's, although the rest of the gang often disagrees with this assertion. Although Dee identifies herself as a compassionate liberal, she is self-centered, vain, careless, and often holds the same prejudices as the rest of the Gang.

She is highly sensitive about her appearance and her professional failings.

Sweet Dee battles The Gang's view that "females are inferior" and feels that she must prove that she's as able as her male friends.

In "The Gang Gets Invincible," Dee poses as male alter ego "Cole" to try out for the Philadelphia Eagles with Mac and Dennis.

Since high school, Dee has had a long string of failed relationships and one-night stands throughout the series including: Sweet Dee's acting-career aspirations have inspired her to create and perform as several characters, most of which are based on offensive ethnic stereotypes.

Many of these are seen in the episode "America's Next Top Paddy's Billboard Model Contest," in which she attempts to be discovered by talent agencies by posting videos of her acting on a You Tube-like website.

However, her presence in the videos is overshadowed by Charlie's idiotic performances as Greenman.

Dee's intense desire for fame and attention also cause her to embarrass herself, to risk suffering physical and/or emotional harm, to lie or create false identities, and to put herself in unpleasant, embarrassing, and/or awkward situations, countless times. The gang often ignores Dee when she speaks, even if she's saying or doing something very important.

If someone else says the same thing, they will often listen to that person instead.

The gang easily forgets things that have happened to Dee, as well as forgetting and ignoring what she says: .