Four egocentric friends who run a neighborhood Irish pub in Philadelphia try to find their way through the adult world of work and relationships. Unfortunately, their warped views and precarious judgments often lead them to trouble, creating a myriad of uncomfortable situations that usually only get worse before they get better.
Mac oversees the gang while they compete to break Wade Boggs’ legendary beer drinking record.
The gang gets into the online dating scene to expand their matchmaking potential.
When Psycho Pete, long lost member of the Freight Train, is released from the mental hospital, Dennis and Dee rush to get him recommitted while Charlie and Mac attempt to restore him to his former hard-partying form.
Charlie directs The Gang in balancing a scheme involving live chickens, steaks and airline miles with a health inspection, in a fast hectic manner.
Mac, Dennis and Dee spy on the fish factory. Frank and Charlie become suspicious.
After another failed venture, the Gang wonders if their group dynamic is bringing them down as individuals, causing them to separate from one another and find out who they really are.
News surfaces about Mac's Dad, Luther, being a murder suspect. Mac goes into full "P.I." mode to clear his father of any wrong doing.
When the gang appears on a nationally broadcasted game show, Dennis does his best to keep the gang’s weirdness under wraps.
After Frank decides he's worked long enough, the rest of the gang strategizes amongst and against each other for control over "Paddy's."
"Asskickers" isn't just a hot new way to work out; it's a way of life...and maybe a cult.