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"The Gang Reignites the Rivalry"
Remember in "The Nightman Cometh," when Charlie told the gang that he wrote a musical? Dennis and Mac wanted to know who they were "doing it versus," and Dee wanted to know "whose face they were gonna rub it in." They were pretty bummed to find out that it wasn't that kind of thing. And why not? After all, the gang is expert at cultivating pointless rivalries, even if they ignorant of their own abilities to create enemies wherever they go.
But there is nothing unintentional about their rivalry with the staff of Molly's Bar, against whom they competed in Flipadelphia (a giant flip-cup contest, of course) ten years ago. After they poisoned their opponents (not enough to kill, just make them really sick), the gang was banned from the game. But the ban has been lifted and it's Flipadelphia time again, so the gang wants to…well, do exactly what the episode title says. Problem is, Molly's has changed, as has the owner, Art Sloane. He's done something the Paddy's gang would never dream of - he grew up. So even after the gang descends upon the newer, classier Molly's and wreaks havoc (manhandling customers, urinating behind the bar, that sort of thing), Art still refuses to compete in the childish flip-cup competition.
The gang just assumes that they'll wear down Art eventually, and continues to plan for the big game...Continue on to Starpulse for the full recap!