I was not expecting that — I mean, thousands and thousands and thousands of people. The ending of Season 13 offers a sincerity that separates it from other episodes, and an execution that elevates it above its peers.
That translates into a two-person modern dance routine where a sopping-wet Mac and an unnamed professional dancer push and pull each other across a black stage as fake rain falls down on top of them. Instead, it connects with viewers in the same way it connects with Frank. Whether you can explain the meaning of each movement or not, the scene evokes change by embodying it.
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You understand why it works simply by watching it. But this just led to everyone becoming extremely self-aware and attacking their respective schticks way too hard: Dee forcing her miserable comedy routine on customers, Dennis dying his hair and getting a chemical peel in order to maintain physical perfection. Of course, by the time he's gained 50 pounds, the gang has dropped the avatar plan, leaving him with a massive belly and Type II Diabettis.
For the first time since this season's premiere, I really feel like we have Mac back. Someone in the comments made the observation last week that part of Fat Mac's new persona is his complete willingness to ditch the gang at the drop of a hat in the pursuit of food, which has undoubtedly contributed to him feeling so absent lately.
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Just seeing him cross out Africa before it was even explained what was going on was one of the best, most nonsensical laughs of the episode. This may sound weird, but it was kind of a relief to see Dennis take a back seat this episode, not despite, but because of how strong Glenn Howerton has been throughout this season. It's the best non-problem in the world when a performer in your ensemble is as on fire as Howerton's been, but like previous seasons where I felt like Sunny was starting to just become The Charlie Show, it's great to be reminded that everyone in the cast is capable of great, episode-anchoring moments.
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According to McElhenney, who plays Mac on the show, it's "not that hard. For those of you looking for a new exercise routine to help you get in shape just in time for cuffing season, Buff Mac's fitness regimen goes something like this:. You can always just go the opposite direction and follow McElhenney's Fat Mac routine, instead— eating five 1,calorie meals a day and topping it off with a couple donuts.
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