History Series / ItsAlwaysSunnyinPhiladelphia

28th Apr '16 3:22:13 PM dibdobs
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** Season 11 gets two variations: "The Gang Hits the Slopes" references 80's films with block text over a shot of people skiing as electric guitar plays, and "Being Frank", with the credits appearing over Frank's reflection as he gets reading for the day, with delicate piano music playing rather than the usual tune.
17th Apr '16 7:59:01 AM Hanz
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*** In "The Gang Goes to Hell", Dennis' attempt at flirting through invoking "the implication" gets him tossed into the brig.
15th Apr '16 12:03:08 PM BenKenobi
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* RealityIsUnrealistic: In "Mac and Charlie Die" (part 1) the two characters attempt to destroy a car with a hand grenade. It doesn't even come close, as hand grenades are for anti-peronnel purposes, not high-yield explosives.
--> '''Mac''': "That's what grenades do!?!"
12th Apr '16 9:10:09 PM lastredshirttodie
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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: Dennis' diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder doesn't make sense. Symptoms of BPD include problems with regulating emotions and thoughts, impulsive and reckless behavior, and unstable relationships with other people. None of these apply to Dennis, who is the coolest and most responsible member of the group and has maintained relationships with the gang since at least high school. Given that Dennis is frequently shown to be charming, manipulative, meticulous and without emotion or empathy, as well as suffering breakdowns whenever his ego is challengedm he's more likely to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: Dennis' diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder doesn't make sense. Symptoms of BPD include problems with regulating emotions and thoughts, impulsive and reckless behavior, and unstable relationships with other people. None of these apply to Dennis, who is the coolest and most responsible member of the group and has maintained relationships with the gang since at least high school. Given that Dennis is frequently shown to be charming, manipulative, meticulous and without emotion or empathy, as well as suffering breakdowns whenever his ego is challengedm challenged, he's more likely to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
12th Apr '16 9:09:01 PM lastredshirttodie
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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: Dennis' diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder doesn't make sense. Symptoms of BPD include problems with regulating emotions and thoughts, impulsive and reckless behavior, and unstable relationships with other people. None of these apply to Dennis, who is the coolest and most responsible member of the group and has maintained relationships with the gang since at least high school. Given that Dennis is frequently shown to be charming, manipulative, meticulous and without emotion or empathy, he's a dead-ringer for a psychopath.

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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: Dennis' diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder doesn't make sense. Symptoms of BPD include problems with regulating emotions and thoughts, impulsive and reckless behavior, and unstable relationships with other people. None of these apply to Dennis, who is the coolest and most responsible member of the group and has maintained relationships with the gang since at least high school. Given that Dennis is frequently shown to be charming, manipulative, meticulous and without emotion or empathy, as well as suffering breakdowns whenever his ego is challengedm he's a dead-ringer for a psychopath.more likely to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
9th Apr '16 6:40:55 PM LordKimmington
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** Frank attempts to marry of his prostitutes in "Frank's Pretty Woman."

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** Frank attempts to marry one of his prostitutes in "Frank's Pretty Woman."
9th Apr '16 6:01:27 PM LordKimmington
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** Charlie imagines he protects The Waitress, making her fall in love with him. They out a happy life closely modeled on ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', only with more janitors and rats.

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** Charlie imagines he protects The Waitress, making her fall in love with him. They live out a happy life closely modeled on ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', only with more janitors and rats.
4th Apr '16 2:50:25 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* EpisodeTitleCard: Often used for gags, as the title will reveal the ForegoneConclusion to what the gang has just discussed.

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* EpisodeTitleCard: Often used for gags, as the title will either quote the preceding dialogue almost verbatim ("Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's Ass") or reveal the ForegoneConclusion to what the gang has just discussed.
23rd Mar '16 12:00:41 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: Dennis' diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder doesn't make sense. Symptoms of BPD include problems with regulating emotions and thoughts, impulsive and reckless behavior, and unstable relationships with other people. None of these apply to Dennis, who is the coolest and most responsible member of the group and has maintained relationships with the gang since at least high school. Given that Dennis is frequently shown to be charming, manipulative, meticulous and without emotion or empathy, he's a dead-ringer for a psychopath.
23rd Mar '16 11:51:00 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* AxeCrazy: The leader of Charlie and Mac's old gang, Psycho Pete, who Charlie describes as "dark and mysterious", murdered and ate his family.
** Eventually subverted: [[spoiler:Pete had social anxiety and depression, never killed or ate anyone, and his fearsome reputation is a product of the gang's gossip]].

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* AxeCrazy: The leader of Charlie and Mac's old gang, Psycho Pete, who Charlie describes as "dark and mysterious", mysterious," murdered and ate his family.
** Eventually subverted:
family. It's eventually subverted when it's revealed that [[spoiler:Pete had social anxiety and depression, depression. He never killed or ate anyone, and his fearsome reputation is a product of the gang's gossip]].



* BaitAndSwitch: The episode "The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore", made during the height of ''JerseyShore'', immediately sets up the viewer to believe there will be several [[TakeThat Take Thats]] at the guido lifestyle portrayed in the aforementioned show. In fact, the actual episode has nothing to do with this and actually portrays guidos as heroic, friendly and good-natured in their sole appearance in the episode, instead focusing on all the other horrors of the Shore.

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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch:
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The episode "The Gang Goes to the Jersey Shore", made during the height of ''JerseyShore'', ''Series/JerseyShore'', immediately sets up the viewer to believe there will be several [[TakeThat Take Thats]] at the guido lifestyle portrayed in the aforementioned show. In fact, the actual episode has nothing to do with this and actually portrays guidos as heroic, friendly and good-natured in their sole appearance in the episode, instead focusing on all the other horrors of the Shore.



** "The Gang Broke Dee" manages to double down on the darker elements of the show well past its own norm, and that's saying something.

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** "The Gang Broke Dee" manages to double down on has the darker elements of the show well past its own norm, and that's saying something.gang go to absurd lengths to crush Dee's dreams purely for entertainment value.
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