In no particular order, here’s a roster of Dee’s many suitors and the misfortune that crossing paths with her brings.
Bill Ponderosa Bill Ponderosa is a man of little willpower, and when he encounters Dennis and Dee with his sister Maureen, his life quickly spirals down the shame drain.
When we see Bill in seasons eight and nine, it’s apparent that he’s become a shell of the man he once was and is now a sex and drug-addicted deadbeat who let the most vile of all vices destroy his life: the siren’s call of Deandra Reynolds.
Lil’ Kev Despite Dennis’ convincing argument, and the revelation that Lil’ Kev has the legendary strength of a retarded person, Dee continues to see the aspiring Philly rapper.
While Charlie may tirelessly falter in one harebrained attempt after another at winning the love of The Waitress, and Dennis routinely employs the D-E-N-N-I-S system to much success, it’s Dee who’s had the most turbulent love life on .
With Valentine’s Day here, I thought it would be fun to look back at the ups and downs — but really all downs, if we’re being honest — in the romantic escapades of Deandra Reynolds.
Dee doesn’t so much date, but more drunkenly stumbles from one embarrassing lover to the next, never gaining any wisdom from the perils of her shallow and manipulative ways.
He admitted that playing favorites “actually sucked,” noting that, “It's kind of like being asked to pick your favorite child.Now, it's not that you don't that.” Dedicated fans of the show—which makes its ninth season debut tonight at 10 p.m. While we may not share in its royalties, viewers who discovered the show in its early days (even before Danny De Vito added a bit more legitimacy to the madness in season two) feel a deep affinity for and its characters and can more readily rattle off a list of favorite moments than entire episodes (Dee rocking out to Steve Winwood and learning some “amazing moves” from an inflatable man in “The Gang Buys a Boat” is a personal highlight, though the episode didn’t make the final cut here).What makes the task even tougher is that doesn’t follow a typical sitcom structure, wherein plot and subplot work together to create one overarching storyline. System to the rest of The Gang and then taking a fool-hearty bet that he could win back the woman he abandoned. All the psychological games and backstabbing then leads Dee to mistrust her own boyfriend, who winds up dumping her and taking off with Dennis' gal. Charlie decides to focus on the first "N" of the system ("Nurture Dependence") with The Waitress, including a plan to stab her so that he could then come to her immediate aid.