History ShoutOut / ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia

19th May '16 1:02:45 PM SickBoy
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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot. This was inspired by a similarly shot scene in ''Series/TrueDetective''.
19th May '16 1:01:30 PM SickBoy
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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''Film/{{Birdman}}'' was shot.

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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. shot. This was how the majority of ''Film/{{Birdman}}'' was shot.inspired by a similarly shot scene in ''Series/TrueDetective''.
19th May '16 12:58:31 PM SickBoy
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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''[[Film/Birdman]]'' was shot.

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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''[[Film/Birdman]]'' ''Film/{{Birdman}}'' was shot.
19th May '16 12:58:00 PM SickBoy
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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''Film/Birdman'' was shot.

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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''Film/Birdman'' ''[[Film/Birdman]]'' was shot.
19th May '16 12:57:30 PM SickBoy
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* The second half of "Charlie Work" has Charlie walking around the bar trying to keep everything from falling apart, while the camera follows him in a single, unbroken shot while a soundtrack of drums plays. This was how the majority of ''Film/Birdman'' was shot.
12th May '16 4:22:32 PM hansolodies
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** Dennis's analysis of the lonely woman on the plane is a series of deductions ripped straight from ''Series/Sherlock.''

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** Dennis's analysis of the lonely woman on the plane is a series of deductions ripped straight from ''Series/Sherlock.''''Series/{{Sherlock}}''.
12th May '16 4:21:57 PM hansolodies
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** Dennis's analysis of the lonely woman on the plane is a series of deductions ripped straight from ''Series/Sherlock.''
19th Apr '16 12:24:18 PM erforce
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* The HalloweenEpisode "The Maureen Ponderosa Wedding Massacre" contains a reference to ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', with Charlie delivering a modified version of Quint's Indianapolis speech (regarding rats, Charlie's bete noir, instead of sharks). The homage includes Charlie adopting Robert Shaw's mannerisms, as well as the appropriation of entire lines, referring to the "black, lifeless eyes" that "roll over white" when a rat bites you (this is referenced by Dennis, who snaps Charlie out of it by directly questioning "is that the speech from ''Jaws''?").

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* The HalloweenEpisode "The Maureen Ponderosa Wedding Massacre" contains a reference to ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', with Charlie delivering a modified version of Quint's Indianapolis ''USS Indianapolis'' speech (regarding rats, Charlie's bete noir, instead of sharks). The homage includes Charlie adopting Robert Shaw's mannerisms, as well as the appropriation of entire lines, referring to the "black, lifeless eyes" that "roll over white" when a rat bites you (this is referenced by Dennis, who snaps Charlie out of it by directly questioning "is that the speech from ''Jaws''?").



** And of course the repeated references to ''IndianaJones'', right down to the hat and whip.

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** And of course the repeated references to ''IndianaJones'', ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', right down to the hat and whip.
30th Jan '16 9:55:54 PM BenKenobi
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* At the end of "The Gang Buys A Boat", the inflatable flailing-man continues to dance as the boat burns and sinks. This is highly reminiscent of the end of Literature/MobyDick, where Captain Ahab is lashed to the flanks of the whale and it seems he is beckoning the crew of the Pequod on to their doom.
19th Mar '15 10:55:52 PM major-kumquat
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* In "Charlie Got Molested", Mac can be seen wearing a jacket that say "Shermer H.S." This is alluding to the fictional high school used in the Creator/JohnHughes-verse. According to the commentary, the crew has selected it from the costume department without realizing that it was a reference and only learned about it after the episode was filmed.

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* In "Charlie Got Molested", Mac can be seen wearing a jacket that say "Shermer H.S." This is alluding to the fictional high school used in the Creator/JohnHughes-verse. According to the commentary, the crew has selected it from the costume department without realizing that it was a reference and only learned about it after the episode was filmed.
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