Dennis antagonizes Dee further when he says she can date whomever she pleases, but she should ask herself if she really likes Kevin or if she's only gold digging a retard.
Dee lets it slip that she's picking Kevin up in an hour.
An estimated seven million mentally retarded people live in the United States.
Mac, Charlie and Frank decide to start their own band but can't agree on what genre of music to play, and Charlie pens a disturbing song about a strange creature called "The Night Man".
"Sweet Dee's Dating a Retarded Person" is the ninth episode of the third season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
He remembers Kevin attended special needs classes in elementary school. Now, with Dee on a mission to prove her brother wrong, Mac has a pitch for the gang.
They need to start their own band, because if a retard can do it and get laid, they certainly should be able to!
Under federal law, public schools may no longer assume that all retarded children must be sent to special classrooms.
Instead, every retarded child is evaluated to determine what kind of education is appropriate.
Charlie admits its a skill he's had forever and he's always wanted to be onstage.
Of course, Charlie would prefer to be behind a curtain on stage, but Mac is already more inspired because someone in the band can actually play an instrument.
This starts a sinister game in which Dennis keeps score in regards to Kevin's normalcy versus Kevin's mental retardation.
This game continues when Dee takes Dennis with her to her boyfriend's house.
Dennis mentions he's always had affection for the idea of becoming a rock god, but Mac immediately disses any skills Dennis might have because his music taste is different from the band's musical direction.