The news that FXX are bringing the gang back for another two seasons was music to our ears and in doing so, IASIP will become the longest-running live-action comedy in TV history with 14 seasons. With this in mind, we've decided to take inspiration from the patrons of Paddy's Pub and tell you how the words of Mac, Dennis, Dee, Frank and Charlie will improve your life in 14 different ways.
We love Fat Mac because despite being crippled with dia-bitis, he still somehow managed to be healthier than Dennis. If you and your mates are sticking to the classic structure of the A-Team within your group then you really need to establish who's the looks, brains and the....
They started dating before It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia started and got married in 2006. Mac and Dee would seem like they would be a very odd couple based on the show, but they are married in real life too.
Bonnie Kelly Played By: Lynn Marie Stewart First Appearance: Season One, Episode Seven, "Charlie Got Molested"The most senior woman included here, coincidentally, is the biggest whore. Charlie’s mom has been a hooker even in the earliest of Charlie’s memories, turning tricks for Xmas presents.
You have to respect a woman who has thirty years of professional experience.
That laugh is pure evil but then again, you should know that...
stalking the Waitress on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, but he’s actually married to her (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) in real life.
From there, there is another site called “Raters” where people can give a rating between zero and five stars to people with whom they had just been on dates. However, at this point Dennis realized the err in his ways and returned to Paddy’s to launch into a soliloquy for the ages, one that denounced the behaviors of everyone from Paddy’s and effectively resolved every subplot in the episode.
As longtime fans of the show would expect, the idea of joining Bunchers delighted Dennis, as this would be yet another chance to showcase The D. Dennis emphasized the value of confidence, telling everyone to keep doing whatever they do to keep themselves in states of delusion.
Dennis manipulates her, Frank made a sex-tape with her, and Charlie’s obsession over her puts her in a constant state of downward spiral. So there's really no wonder why she was cool with Mac fake-banging her for the sound effects in exchange for PCP.
We’re suspect of most things Charlie likes: cheese, magnets, catfood, huffing glue. System"Incredibly, the woman who is Glenn Howerton’s (Dennis) real life wife also played Caylee, the prime example of a woman who succumbed to the utterly sociopathic D. Played By: Anne Archer First Appearance: Season Two, Episode Two, "The Gang Goes Jihad"Dennis and Dee’s mom was a stone cold bitch, but her half of Frank’s fortune and an attitude that gets her what she wants made her Philadelphia’s resident Mrs.
It is an episode littered with character-based callbacks, with countless references to past episodes, most notably referring to Charlie’s penchant for loose cheese before a date that was first revealed in “The Waitress Gets Married.” It is an episode where the worst in people is exposed, but somehow no one realizes they’re actually doing anything wrong.
It’s an episode that reaffirms that this show will not reaffirm your hope in humanity.
(The best line of the episode came during this rant when Dennis told Mac to keep telling himself that he is tough and that he is straight, to which Mac responded “I am tough.”)However, when asked to confront his delusions, Dennis was characteristically unable to.