Dee has fallen in love with a local rapper, but is he really mentally retarded like the rest of the gang claims?Meanwhile, the rest of the gang realizes that if Dee's mentally deficient boyfriend can be a successful musician they could pull together and form a pretty decent band of their own.
The entire gang struggles to compete with a local bar owned by a Korean man who looks like Kim Jong-il, and then decide to sell out by offering Paddy's Pub to a corporate chain.
I thought well alright lets go with the dick thing, its more masculine anyway. And then, you know, we chit-chat a little bit, no big deal but she asks me back to her place. Your friends and their doo-wop group, they showed up at my house and tried to attack me. Charlie: [singing] They took you, Night Man, and you don't belong to them. [huffs spray paint]Dennis (ticking off the items): Well, let's see: there's the driving, the drooling in the yearbook, the "overcoming the odds," the living with the mom?
Charlie: Well why didn’t you cut it like a...cause it totally looks like a dick. And she feels very excited, she feels very sensual and I feel very sensual about her because she looks so good. And then we chit-chat at her place, it's no big deal, but eventually she says, "Do you want to make love, Charlie? First of all, your breath smells like an old-lady fart passing through an onion. Dennis: When she jumps up on the stage we'll blast her with the water, the crowd will go crazy, the other girls are gonna wanna join in, and we will save the bar and then she'll break up with Charlie ruining any hopes for happiness that that son of a bitch ever had. Here's the thing--I had a really strange night last night. (He walks out.)Charlie: Okay, okay, quick conference, guys. He's going to his car and he's going to slide it sideways, ya know what I mean? Charlie: Look, Mac, I'm tired, I want to go home, I just want to wash my hands of this whole stinkin' mess, so I'm gonna ask you just one time: did you, or did you not, snap into a distinct and alternate personality, and go on a serial killing rampage?
Currently midway through its seventh season, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” has continued to humor longtime fans and newcomers throughout its epic run. Featuring Biz Markie, crack abuse, 2 for 0, unpaid hookers, milking the unemployment and welfare systems, slave labor and everything else that makes this episode a classic for any fan or non-fan.
Here is a rundown of the best episodes we’ve seen so far: 10. In the pilot episode of the show, the gang uses an innocent black man to get ahead in their individual goals. The gang learns how he wins over the trust of the girls on his sexual conquests with much success on his part, but not theirs, and that is why it is called the D.