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Later that night Dee rates her former "boyfriend" zero stars on Raters.
Frightened of the concept, Dennis sees he only has one star while Mac and Charlie have two stars. He moves to single dates but continues his downward spiral due to his half-star rating.
They realize the only people in the bar are dudes looking to hang out with Dee.
When Dee exploits the app as a way to give men bad grades in bed, Dennis counters by organizing disastrous group dates in which he attempts to secure five-star ratings en masse.
A You Tube user quickly issued the world another warning it needs about Peeple: a collection of Dennis' deranged rants at the women he meets through "Buncher." The petition argues that the app, which won't allow opt-outs once individuals sign-up or add others, is "potentially dangerous to people's personal privacy and opens them up to bullying and harassment." Those who have signed it are calling for Apple and Google to keep it out of their respective app stores.
She believes it is because they are desperate for reviews but in reality they just want to bang her, as she has become locally known as a "whore that bangs everyone." Everyone is dejected but Dennis motivates everyone by reminding them that acceptance and companionship are overrated and the only thing that matters is the delusional lies they tell themselves. You can't derive your self worth from the opinions of others. Or that you, that your penis could ever possibly remain erect for more than a couple of seconds, even with a cock ring on.
Upon hearing he has reached zero stars Dennis freaks out and smashes Frank's phone. No, you get your self worth when you convince yourself that you're tough, and that you're straight. Or that you are a powerful woman instead of a dirty, dirty whore who bangs toad people.As critics and the public discuss the potential calamities of the upcoming Peeple app, revealed this week as a Yelp-style rating service for human beings, it turns out that our beloved local sitcom "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" predicted something like this would come to pass in an episode earlier this year.