Throughout the series, Mac uses a "puppy-dog look" when he is ashamed or when he proposes something reprehensibly shameful.
In many episodes, Mac will enter the bar announcing "I've got news" or a variation of the phrase, to set the episode's plot in motion. While Mac has sexual exploits with various women, including two models in immediate succession "America's Next Top Paddy's Billboard Model Contest"a long-running theme on the show is the ambiguity surrounding Mac's sexuality which culminates in him coming out as gay in season She tells them that he "couldn't even get it up" for her. The rest of The Gang agrees he looks unhealthy—Dennis is personally outraged by the sight of his gut—but Mac is indifferent to their opinions despite developing diabetes as a result of his new eating habits. Mac's potential feelings for Dennis are addressed by Dennis in season 13 during a sexual harassment seminar, in which Dennis tells Mac that "it's not going to happen". A CatholicMac is the only member of The Gang to profess a religious faith. The others rarely share his enthusiasm, but he usually convinces one of them to follow him, though often reluctantly.
This page was last edited on 19 Januaryat This page was last edited on 19 Januaryat Despite his father disapproving of his sexuality, Mac is not ashamed by his own father's distaste for finding out he's gay. Throughout the series, Mac refuses to wear a condom during sex because, as he explains to Charlie, he went to Catholic school. In another instance, Mac discovers that Carmen has married and had the operation to remove her penis.