After 13 seasons working on a show that makes a mockery of cancer scares, child molestation, dumpster babies, and cannibalism, series developer and actor Glenn Howerton has only one regret: The title of a single episode.
The entire gang struggles to compete with a local bar owned by a Korean man who looks like Kim Jong-il, and then decide to sell out by offering Paddy's Pub to a corporate chain.
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.
The gang gets involved in the world of fashion design after Dee gets jealous of her former high-school best friend (Judy Greer), who is now a successful boutique owner.
Meanwhile, Frank starts up his old sweatshop business and coaches Mac on how to run one.
Dee begins dating an amateur rapper and Dennis tells her that he is mentally retarded.