History Headscratchers / ItsAlwaysSunnyinPhiladelphia

15th Mar '16 11:18:47 AM ThorfinnRowle
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** Furthermore, his "genius" moments were probably just things he heard elsewhere and repeated without actually knowing what he was talking about (even though he thinks he does).
5th Feb '16 7:23:36 PM DrSteveBrule
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** The Slopes have different rules.
5th Feb '16 7:21:37 PM DrSteveBrule
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* Charlie has produced grammy-grade songs, manipulated a girl just to get The Waitress jealous, & got Paddy's a passing health inspection. He really is a genius...who just happens to be illiterate.

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* ** Charlie has produced grammy-grade songs, manipulated a girl just to get The Waitress jealous, & got Paddy's a passing health inspection. He really is a genius...who just happens to be illiterate.
5th Feb '16 7:20:53 PM DrSteveBrule
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* Charlie has produced grammy-grade songs, manipulated a girl just to get The Waitress jealous, & got Paddy's a passing health inspection. He really is a genius...who just happens to be illiterate.
5th Feb '16 7:17:16 PM DrSteveBrule
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\n*Why hasn't anyone tried to get help for Dennis? Yes, they are {{UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist}}s, but they all must know he is a serious danger to all of them.

26th Jan '16 5:50:46 AM dangerdan97
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* In "Flowers for Charlie" most of Charlie’s behavior can be explained as simple effects of the placebo. However he actually does some clever stuff: He quotes Shakespeare, he gives an informed opinion of Stephen Hawing’s role in the scientific community, he identifies Frank’s intentions and describes them in an eloquent way and he explains the etymology of placebo. How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.

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* In "Flowers for Charlie" most of Charlie’s behavior can be explained as simple effects of the placebo. However he actually does some clever stuff: He quotes Shakespeare, he gives an informed opinion of Stephen Hawing’s Hawking’s role in the scientific community, he identifies Frank’s intentions and describes them in an eloquent way and he explains the etymology of placebo. How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.




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** It's happened often enough in real life, and Frank/Danny is a pretty small guy, so the impact wouldn't necessarily be as bad.






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\n\n** In Dennis' and Dee's case, it's probably a hobby they picked up in their spoiled youth.


23rd Jan '16 8:59:19 AM orrink
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* How can Frank fall out that window in the 11th season and survive if he lands on his head?

* In "The Gang Hits the Slopes", when did the gang find time to develop into great skiers. Mac is known to be far more unathletic than he lets on?


16th Aug '15 11:37:21 AM Descartes
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* In "Flowers for Charlie" most of Charlie’s behavior can be explained as simple effects of the placebo. However he actually does some clever stuff: He quotes Shakespeare, he gives an informed opinion of Stephen Hawing’s role in the scientific community, he identifies Frank’s intentions and describes them in an eloquent way and he explains the etymology of placebo.

* How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.

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* In "Flowers for Charlie" most of Charlie’s behavior can be explained as simple effects of the placebo. However he actually does some clever stuff: He quotes Shakespeare, he gives an informed opinion of Stephen Hawing’s role in the scientific community, he identifies Frank’s intentions and describes them in an eloquent way and he explains the etymology of placebo.

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placebo. How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.
16th Aug '15 11:36:55 AM Descartes
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How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.

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* How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.
14th Aug '15 6:13:01 PM Descartes
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Added DiffLines:

* In "Flowers for Charlie" most of Charlie’s behavior can be explained as simple effects of the placebo. However he actually does some clever stuff: He quotes Shakespeare, he gives an informed opinion of Stephen Hawing’s role in the scientific community, he identifies Frank’s intentions and describes them in an eloquent way and he explains the etymology of placebo.

How did he do that? Those are not exactly super genius level observations, but is definitely way beyond Charlie “I can’t actually read” Kelly’s capacities.
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