Charlie, Mac, Dennis and Sweet Dee return for another season at Paddy's Pub in Philadelphia, where their constant scheming to get ahead by not-so-redeemable methods usually lands them in a world of hurt. The second season features Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds, Dennis and Dee's estranged father. Frank tries to reconnect with his children and rekindle his misspent youth while in the middle of a divorce from their mother, Barbara Reynolds, played by Anne Archer.
The gang discovers the perks of being handicapped.
The gang uses unorthodox measures to save their bar.
Dennis and Dee get out of the bar business.
The gang uses the threat of sex for their own selfish purposes.
When the gang abandons Dee with a Mugger, she goes off to train her body into top, physical condition assited by Frank. The rest of the gang is willing to risk the health of Charlie to get some gambled money by entering him into a fight. Poor Dee and Charlie O.D. on "peformance enhancers" and start to lose all their sanity.
After being arrested for arson the gang is sentenced to do community service.
Its miracle time at Paddy's.
The gang explores the corrupt world of local politics.
The pros and cons of freedom.
Dee confronts her parents.