By the end, it had us feeling like horrible people for laughing so hard at such a sensitive subject. The adventures of 'The Gang' of Dennis, Charlie, Mac, Frank, and Dee have frequently gone from the bizarre to the downright disgusting, and we just can't get enough of it. Fine until he shears half of his back off going down a dry slide and fills the splash pool with blood. That obstacle leads them down the path of becoming addicted to crack in order to qualify for welfare. Dennis abandons his plan to pick up women by pretending to have a daughter when a young girl named Abby claims to be said daughter. It starts to get intense as the tasks start to get more obscene, such as Frank needing to eat cake ingredients in a dog kennel.
The episode has a lot going on but manages to balance both stories extremely well that probably explains why they had to two episodes to do this. System Season 5, Episode 10 Perhaps one of the episodes that most accurately depicts the gang of oddballs that is the staff of Paddy's Pub, this gem in Season 5 outlines Dennis' foolproof system for manipulating women. It brings the best and worst out of everyone, resulting in major backstabbing and suffering from both sides. Charlie learns his mother was a prostitute that had sex with men dressed like Santa Claus. It's tonally a bit different than a traditional Always Sunny episode, as it's darker and a tad creepy, but it works. This is all about Dennis, Mac and Dee trying out for the Philadelphia Eagles.
On April 1, 2016, the series was renewed for a thirteenth and fourteenth season, which will make it tied for the longest running live-action American comedy series in history. Instead of being a typical scumbag who uses women, we learn that he's a straight-up monster who plays a game to inflate his own self-worth. What game, despite winning 18 times in a row, had Dee crying for two months straight? Let us know what your favorite episodes are in the comment section below. Finally offered a fill-in spot on Conan, she pulls back the curtain to reveal only the gang and several extras two of whom she slept with on her way to pretend stardom. In another show, this may have been a touching moment, but it comes as they watch Frank torture Dee in a urinal. It's so malicious toward Dee, and it ends up breaking Dennis, for very different reasons. Fun fact: The pharmacist Dennis dates in this episode is Glenn Howerton's wife in real life.
Here are the best and funniest moments in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. No skin off my ass. Once the gang becomes addicted to a video games, Charlie quickly becomes obsessed with keeping his best player status. These three different perspectives made for an interesting take on the culture of Jersey Shore. This episode has everything you want, really. What is meant to be the reliving of a childhood memory turns into a weekend full of homeless men having sex under the pier, drugstore robberies, and getting lost at sea.
It worked, but only because the engagement was out of spite in the first place. On the other hand, Dee and Frank inadvertently torture a guy they believe to be Bruce Mathis their real father so that they can get all of their inheritance money back. While it's an extremely cold-hearted episode, it's amazing to see the depths these characters will go just to one-up each other. Meanwhile, Dennis and Dee reenact The Christmas Story to show Frank how horrible he is to people even having him go inside a couch to hear them talk about him. It's one of the more bizarre episodes and shows that this group thrives on being awful to other people, even if it's to each other. A video disclaimer on the Blu-ray release indicates it was not filmed in high definition, but was upconverted. However, it lacks any true laugh out loud moments up until the inevitable chaos that ended the episode, with the entire operation falling apart in grand fashion.
From exploiting the gas crisis, to getting drunk on planes, to putting on a rock opera that's just a marriage proposal ploy, the show contains some hilarious and truly memorable episodes. With their sights set on buying a yacht for at least a few days , Charlie, Mac, and Dennis settle for a battered old boat, and go about using the profits gained from dicktowel. The side story revolves around Dennis and Frank wanting to explore anonymous sex after discovering a glory hole in their bar bathroom. A good portion of this system relies on Dennis making threatening phone calls as a disgruntled neighbor. This episode is a great example of the group dynamic, which involved getting as drunk as possible this time with wine in soda cans and berating each other. In the episode, Charlie learns that the health inspector is on her way to inspect Paddy's Pub, so Charlie kicks into high gear to make sure the bar is up to code. It's a great show that, despite its crude nature, has clearly had a lot of care and love put into it by its stars and creators, and Season 12 was certainly no exception.
It's one of the few times the majority of the gang actually tries to accomplish something where they aren't benefiting from it in some way and gives the viewer some hope that these people aren't all that bad. Where the episode shines is in the group dynamic. Charlie, Dee, Dennis, Mac and Frank are some of the most insane characters of all time, and their antics are unforgettable. And the bank-roll for it all, proper father turned dumpster monster Frank Danny DeVito. Unlike most sitcoms, these characters never play it safe or think about who is going to be watching.
Well, preferably not Mac, Dennis and Charlie, who attempt to profit from the huge demand for petrol by attempting to sell barrels of the stuff door-to-door. Mac swoops in on Caylee with his own M. But now, after 10 long years of banishment, the gang is looking to rise, like the perpetually hammered phoenix that they are, to vanquish their old drinking game enemies. When he gets a tip-off that the health inspector is coming to inspect the bar, he gets into grind mode and struggles to keep everything in tip-top shape much to the laziness of his friends. Not that it's hard to do.
The physically and emotionally dangerous game that The Gang played back in Season 7 when it was a rainy day and they'd exhausted all other activities! Out of all of the schemes the gang has come up with throughout the series, this one tops the list. In this episode, Mac sees a transgender woman Carmen who he used to secretly hook up with. Drinking may not be a sport, per se, but in the hands of the It's Always Sunny crew, it definitely can be. I can go places, I can do things. The first is that this is where the real Frank Reynolds begins to emerge. The gang is at their best or should we say worst? They are greedy, selfish, and would sell each other out to get what they want, yet they're still best of friends. After being disgusted at a secret orgy, Dennis makes the bathroom unisex to try his hand at the glory hole.
Archived from on January 6, 2013. One of the instances where retreading worked, and gloriously so, is the return of Chardee MacDennis, the Gang's demented drinking game: It has just enough callbacks, and puts enough spin on the original to fully warrant its existence. All of that leads to the daunting final challenge: a flip of a coin. What was so great about this episode was that it went in head first with the offensive content. Our bloodline was as pure as the driven snow. It's a combination of two major antagonists in the gang's lives that haven't crossed over before.