History Fridge / ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia

19th May '16 12:29:03 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* In "Chardee [=MacDennis=]: The Game of Games", the Gang states that one of the rules is that once the game starts, no questions are allowed. As early as their first turn in Round 1, Mac asks Charlie two questions ("Ready, Charlie?" and "Who else would have written this?").
** The gang is not exactly known for its integrity and memory.
15th Mar '16 7:59:33 PM Flaminghello
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** The gang is not exactly known for its integrity and memory.
28th Feb '16 2:12:29 PM Number1PixarFan
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* In season 10, the Waitress says that she still has a flip phone and doesn't use the Internet at all. At first it seems like a joke about how horribly uncool she is, but remember, she's been the victim of a very persistent stalker for over a decade. It makes sense that a woman in her position would want to stay as off-the-grid as possible.
26th Jan '16 6:26:30 PM worldbreaker
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* Charlie's "Nightman" song. Since the show did drop hints on the possibility that Charlie got molested as a child the song could actually be about Charlie being sexually abused as a kid.
29th Nov '15 3:32:00 AM RayAP9
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* When Dennis gets a job at the Oldies Rock Cafe in "The Gang Sells Out", The Waitress admonishes him for breaking the rules, even though (earlier in the episode) she could be manipulated into ignoring breaches of conduct if Dennis was involved. When she confronts him, it's while he's doing shots with a bunch of college girls. The Waitress was jealous and lashed out because of it, forgetting that she should turn a blind eye so Dennis won't think less of her.
* The idea of "The Nightman" also involves "The Dayman" (Charlie). The actor who plays Charlie has the surname "Day," which may have had a part in naming the "Dayman" character.
16th Sep '15 3:31:59 PM Wercury
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* When Dennis gets a job at the Oldies Rock Cafe in "The Gang Sells Out", The Waitress admonishes him for breaking the rules, even though she could be manipulated into ignoring breaches of conduct if Dennis was involved. When she confronts him, it's while he's doing shots with a bunch of college girls. The Waitress was jealous and lashed out because of it, forgetting that she should turn a blind eye so Dennis won't think less of her.

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* When Dennis gets a job at the Oldies Rock Cafe in "The Gang Sells Out", The Waitress admonishes him for breaking the rules, even though she could be manipulated into ignoring breaches of conduct if Dennis was involved. When she confronts him, it's while he's doing shots with a bunch of college girls. The Waitress was jealous and lashed out because of it, forgetting that she should turn a blind eye so Dennis won't think less of her.
16th Sep '15 3:31:15 PM Wercury
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* The idea of "The Nightman" also involves "The Dayman" (Charlie). The actor who plays Charlie has the surname "Day," which may have had a part in naming the "Dayman" character.
24th Jul '15 5:12:47 PM RayAP9
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* The idea of "The Nightman" also involves "The Dayman" (Charlie). The actor who plays Charlie has the surname "Day," which may have had a part in naming the "Dayman" character.
24th Jul '15 4:24:20 PM RayAP9
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* When Dennis gets a job at the Oldies Rock Cafe in "The Gang Sells Out", The Waitress admonishes him for breaking the rules, even though she could be manipulated into ignoring breaches of conduct if Dennis was involved. When she confronts him, it's while he's doing shots with a bunch of college girls. The Waitress was jealous and lashed out because of it, forgetting that she should turn a blind eye so Dennis won't think less of her.
23rd Jul '15 2:40:58 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* It's increasingly demonstrated that Mac is ArmouredClosetGay, so in season eight you might wonder why he immediately checks out in "Frank's Back in Business" when he and Dennis mistake a caddie for a male prostitute. However, Mac is always obsessed with huge, muscular bodybuilders. Since the caddie is a young, slender boy, he's not Mac's type.

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* It's increasingly demonstrated that Mac is ArmouredClosetGay, so in the season eight episode "Frank's Back in Business," you might wonder why he immediately checks out in "Frank's Back in Business" when he and Dennis mistake a caddie for a male prostitute. However, Mac is always obsessed with huge, muscular bodybuilders. Since Because the caddie is a young, slender boy, he's not Mac's type.
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