The Cruelest Intentions Of All: The Sunniest Moments From Last Night's Deceitful 'It's Always Sunny'

By: 11.02.12  •  111 Comments

“The Waitress Is Getting Married” is an all-timer so the prospect of Charlie Kelly once again making himself available to and interacting with the opposite sex is always welcome. And while “Charlie And Dee Find Love” didn’t give us an updated dating profile or a “full-on rapist” occupation it did deliver a commingling of awkward date Charlie and The Gang’s take on Dangerous Liasons/Cruel Intentions/”Almost any movie made in the late 90’s”. Needless to say it did not disappoint.

Before we get to the Sunniest moments I’d like to make note that A) In Charlie’s world delivering Indian food is a good gig, B) Dee + Charlie are the most underrated Sunny pairing, and C) Alexandra Daddario is not unattractive. With that out of the way…

Sweet Dee’s Brand Of Sympathy

Poor Charlie. He puts vitamins in the waitress’ shampoo so her hair doesn’t fall out and gets slammed in return.

Cheese Addictions & Drunk, Punchy Whore-ishness

I loved everything about this scene, from the disastrous blue blood front to caving for cheese and booze. Dee’s got bodily functions, yo.

Charlie’s Waitress List

I’ve said it before but I need to mention again that Charlie’s borderline illiteracy never fails to slay me, especially in written form. BIEK SAIF!

Dee Keeps It Classy, Free, And Uninhibited

Inflatable car lot man dance is the most seductive dance.

Never Learn The Waitress’ Name

So great.

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