The Sunniest Moments From ‘It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia’: ‘Mac Day’

By: 10.03.13  •  108 Comments

As It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has gotten deeper into the series we’ve all seemingly become more and more intrigued by each member of The Gang’s various idiosyncrasies. Dennis’s sociopathic tendencies rank #1 on most lists — and they’ve been pretty thoroughly explored as of late — but Mac’s latent homosexuality and general lack of self-awareness is right up there. Sunny took that subject head-on last night with the help of Seann William Scott “Country Mac” badassery juxtaposition. I mean dude even had perfect “jabroni” timing. City Mac is the worst.

I could have used a bit more Sunny-style dialogue, but “Mac Day” provided some of my favorite Gang visuals in quite awhile. The Gang in cutoffs, dueling Mac karate swishes, The Gang stoned as balls, the karate match. I haven’t found any roundhouse kick media yet, which is a damn shame, but let’s get to what we do have because they’re still pretty great…

What day is it again?

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Badass + Water: What’s not to get?

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Gotta love when a badass plan comes together.

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This better resurface the next time The Gang uses the tape.

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