Dennis and Dee

Dennis and Dee are fraternal twins.

During the first 5 seasons, they seemed to dislike eachother a fair amount. However, from season 6 onward, they appear closer, bonding in thinking they are both high class. Dennis and Dee have a very codependent relationship. They were once refered to as "the Game of Thrones of basic cable comedy" by Kaitlin Olson (Dee).

Early HistoryEdit

They are the fraternal twins of Barbara Reynolds and Bruce Mathis, raised by Frank Reynolds.

Season OneEdit

  • Dennis complains about Dee's long-winded descriptions of her dreams, and Dee tells him she'd listen to his dreams "because you're my brother and I love you." (The Gang Gets Racist)

Season TwoEdit

  • When Dee and Dennis get an email from Bruce Mathis claiming to be their real dad, the set up a dinner with Frank and their mom to confirm that Frank is their biological dad. They confront Frank, who shows up early, saying they need to talk to him about something. Frank misunderstands and accuses them of "banging each other" and that it is "perverted". (Dennis and Dee Get a New Dad)

Season ThreeEdit

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Season FourEdit

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Season FiveEdit

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Season SixEdit

  • In Mac's Big Break they start a podcast, occasionally arguing but overall having fun. In Mac and Charlie: White Trash, they attempt to prove they are high class by joining the country club together, but when they can't, they go to the public pool. In Dee Gives Birth, Dennis seems to show care and concern for Dee and her baby.

Season SevenEdit

Season EightEdit

  • Dennis reveals that he keeps detailed psychological dossiers on all the other members of the Gang.  His dossier on Dee was the first one he began, as a small child; the therapist he shows his dossiers to remarks that the first entries in that dossier are written in crayon.  (The Gang Gets Analyzed )

Season NineEdit

  • Dennis doesn't join in Frank, Mac, and Charlie's plan to encourage a broken-down Dee to pursue her stand-up comedy career, because he says it will result in Dee failing miserably and probably being the last straw that pushes her to suicide.  Instead, he tries to find her a "perfect select": a man who will "take her off our hands."  Yet another way for Dennis to continue to assert control over Dee.  When it appears that Dee's stand up career is starting to work out, he becomes extremely distressed. He eventually comes to the conclusion that he is the perfect select. He begs Dee to let him join her in her life of fame, even telling her he loves her, but Dee ultimately rejects him.  (When the whole thing turns out to have been an elaborate joke on Dee, which Dennis was not in on, it appears that he himself has a breakdown and The Gang now believes that Dennis may kill himself.)  (The Gang Broke Dee

Season ElevenEdit

  • When the gang is trapped in the room on the cruise ship and are about to drown to death, Dennis tells Dee that he loves her, to which Dee replies: "Whatever." and sinks to her presumed death.(The Gang Goes to Hell: Part Two)