History Series / ItsAlwaysSunnyinPhiladelphia

21st Feb '17 9:56:31 AM WickedIcon
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** When Charlie rants at Mac, "Guys or girls... whatever you're into...", Mac shrugs noncommittally.



** In "Mac Day," the gang recalls that Mac had a full erection while talking about the evils of homosexuality. One of his required activities on Mac Day is greasing up bodybuilders. Charlie finally lampshades it by saying, "I don't know if we've ever come out and said it, but Mac's gay." By contrast, Mac's cousin Country Mac is openly gay and proud.
** In "The Gang Saves the Day," Mac's vision of heaven has God and angels looking like shirtless body-builders.
** Mac says that he's watched Dennis do "cool stuff with his dick," referring to how Dennis can go from flaccid to erect and back in seconds.
** In "Flowers for Charlie," Dennis and Mac sway to "seductive" music with their eyes locked. When Mac moves in, Dennis walks away.
21st Feb '17 9:56:31 AM WickedIcon
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19th Feb '17 8:21:26 PM Titus88
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* AirVentPassageway: Paddy's Pub has one. The gang has used it to hide in a couple of times. It's apparently so complex that only Charlie knows his way around in it.
18th Feb '17 12:45:26 PM Titus88
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** Part two of season 11's "The Gang Goes to Hell" takes place almost entirely in one room on a ship.
16th Feb '17 9:30:20 AM greyberry
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**[[spoiler: As of Season 12 episode 6, Mac is no longer in the closet.]]
14th Feb '17 2:38:54 PM ThallianGold
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** Absolutely inverted with the MacPoyles, who try to morally compromise the gang on a regular basis.

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** Absolutely inverted with the MacPoyles, McPoyles, who try to morally compromise the gang on a regular basis.basis. As warped as the gang can be, the McPoyles are worse.
14th Feb '17 2:34:40 PM ThallianGold
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** Dennis has a completely amoral father figure (Frank) and a mother who believed he could do no wrong and openly and heavily favored him to Dee. He believes that he is a perfect human being and is overall sociopathic.
** Dee also has Frank as a father, and her mother criticized everything about her, made it known that Dee was unwanted (despite the fact that she and Dennis are fraternal twins) and favored Dennis over her. She has very poor self esteem (aided by way of having to spend most of her teenage years walking with heavy braces due to Scoliosis) and a laundry list of neuroses.

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** Dennis has a completely amoral father figure (Frank) and a mother who believed he could do no wrong and openly and heavily favored him to Dee. At the age of fourteen, the school's librarian raped him, and it's implied he doesn't feel emotions after this incident. He believes that he is a perfect human being and is overall sociopathic.
** Dee also has Frank as a father, and her mother criticized everything about her, made it known that Dee was unwanted (despite the fact that she and Dennis are fraternal twins) and favored Dennis over her. She has very poor self esteem (aided by way of having to spend most of her teenage years walking with heavy braces due to Scoliosis) and a laundry list of neuroses. The gang considers it their duty to beat her down emotionally.


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** Absolutely inverted with the MacPoyles, who try to morally compromise the gang on a regular basis.
9th Feb '17 5:03:51 PM TheUnknownUploader
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*** Lampshaded in "The Gang Gets Analyzed" when Mac and the therapist discuss his sudden weight loss. [[spoiler: It turns out Dennis secretly gave him pills that made Mac lose his appetite so he'd get thin again.]]
9th Feb '17 7:23:00 AM Titus88
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** In "Sweet Dee has a Heart Attack", after learning that the government doesn't pay for health care, Charlie and Mac remark that they might as well be living in a [[PeoplesRepublicofTyranny Communist, Socialist dictatorship]], because free healthcare has always been a totally American concept

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** In "Sweet Dee has a Heart Attack", after learning that the government doesn't pay for health care, Charlie and Mac remark that they might as well be living in a [[PeoplesRepublicofTyranny Communist, Socialist dictatorship]], because free healthcare has always been a totally American conceptconcept?
* ComingOutStory: Subverted in "The Gang Goes To Hell". [[spoiler:Played straight in "Hero or Hate Crime?"]]
2nd Feb '17 8:41:14 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** "Making Dennis Reynolds a Murderer" is one to ''Film/MakingAMurderer'', with Dennis as Steven Avery and Charlie as Brendan Dassey. The scene in which Frank blurts a confession into a hot mic while supposedly using the restroom is a reference to ''Film/TheJinx'', another TrueCrime documentary series that came out around the same time.

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** "Making Dennis Reynolds a Murderer" is one to ''Film/MakingAMurderer'', ''Series/MakingAMurderer'', with Dennis as Steven Avery and Charlie as Brendan Dassey. The scene in which Frank blurts a confession into a hot mic while supposedly using the restroom is a reference to ''Film/TheJinx'', another TrueCrime documentary series that came out around the same time.
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