Tell Me I’m Good: The Sunniest Moments From An Introspective ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’

By: 11.09.12

Charlie Defines “Charlie Work”

“Basement stuff, cleaning urinals, blood stuff, your basic slimes, your sludges. Anything dead or decaying, I’m on it. I’m dealing with it.” And at it’s core Charlie loves it, which I think we all kind of knew.

I enjoyed Charlie’s definition of weirdness as well, but it was just a summation of all the weird things we already know about Charlie, except for the cat hair and dead pigeon in his pocket, of course.

Frank Was Sent To A Nitwit School Upstate

From the pistachios to the frog kid to being unzipped, I’m 99% certain Danny DeVito ad-libbed this entire scene.

Dennis Gets His Freud On

I enjoy everything about exploring Dennis’s narcissistic/sociopathic personality. Just when his delusions of academic grandeur almost seem plausible there’s the big reveal that he’s as demented as the rest, if not more so. “It’s very generous.”

It Should Have Been Dee Making Out With Gosling In The Rain

So of course Dee’s entire motivation for going to therapy was to get validation for her acting skills. Was it that hard?

The Reynolds Triplet

That can’t possibly be true.

The Pheasant Wasn’t That Divine After All

Two dead pigeon reveals, savings, a haymaker, and he didn’t have to do the dishes? Charlie = Biggest winner.

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