Starring: Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Kaitlin Olson, Rob McElhenney
Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City - S3-E14
Question: Does the junkyard cat actually belong to one of the actors or is that a whole different deal?
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Frank Reynolds: We gotta definitely write a song about how we do not diddle kids!"Do not diddle kids, it's no good diddling kids."Mac: There is no quicker way for people to think that you are diddling kids than by writing a song about it.
As Charlie enters the bar Dennis is writing a sign that says: "Carmine's A Place for Steaks." A shot later and the sign is unfinished, with the words, "Carmine's A Place..." The words "for Steaks" are not on the sign.
According to the show's assistant prop manager, there were around 100 "poos" created for this episodes, many of which were made from different materials, including a food thickening agent, sheetrock mud and a cookie dough mixture.