Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
|The cute black girl who gives Charlie her number, Janell, gets very angry with Charlie. She gets angry because Charlie asks out another woman while Charlie and Janell are still on their date! Janell punches Charlie, which causes Charlie to hate Janell. Near the end of the episode, Tarrell gets protective of his sister. Now, when Tarrell says "sister", does he mean "friend", or does he actually mean his sister?||"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" - 'Pilot'
He actually means his sister. Mac asks this racist question at the beginning and end of the episode. Tarrell actually means his sister, so Mac replies that "you people really are related" - but then tries to take back the fact that he said "you people" again!
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|Dee had been coming on to Tarrell for weeks, and is outraged that he didn't tell her he was gay. He thought it was obvious, him being a musical theater actor and all. Why did he think she kept flirting with him?||"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" - 'Pilot'
He thought she had a thing for gay guys. She exclaims that she's not into gay men, but Tarrell replies, "well, obviously you are", which leaves Dee momentarily speechless.
|In order for Mac to get Dennis really drunk, he forces Dennis to keep showing him what the correct order of salt licking, lime sucking, and taking a shot of tequila is. What was the correct order?||"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" - 'Pilot'
You lick the salt, then you take a shot of tequila, then you suck on the lime. Mac keeps purposely messing up the order, and then asks Dennis to show him again how to do it, because Mac's "not getting it". This, of course, requires Dennis to take a shot of tequila and get more drunk each time. This is funny on television, but, of course, would not be something recommended you try for yourself.
|Dee had a plan to get the bar back to normal. She asked Mac to get Dennis as drunk as possible on tequila - she wanted her brother "blackout drunk". Was Dee's actual plan for Dennis to wake up naked in a room with other naked gay guys?||"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" - 'Pilot'
No. At the very end of the episode, it is revealed that, although waking up next to a gay guy and having another man slap his naked butt is what actually happened to Dennis, Dee had a plan for something different that didn't end up happening. So Mac and Dee then wonder - what actually did end up changing his mind?
Dennis. The black people all liked Charlie, the homosexual men all thought Dennis was cute, and no one liked Mac or Dee. Dee was probably right when she said Dennis just liked the attention, even though he wasn't gay!
Dee . The gang took a vote, but Dee couldn't vote on whether or not to keep the gay bar because she didn't own the bar - she was just a bartender! So it was Charlie and Dennis against Mac, or two against one. The gay bar was staying.
The hottest gay bar in Philadelphia. Mac and Dee are not all that thrilled about the gay bar thing, but Charlie and Dennis are all for it. They take a vote, and it would have been two against two, but...
|Mac and Charlie go to a campus to "get some black friends", because it's 2005, and they really should have some. Everyone seems to like Charlie, with one girl even going so far as to invite him to play "bones", and everyone cheering him on as he does. What game is "bones"?||"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" - 'Pilot'
Dominoes. When Charlie and Mac leave the building, Mac is annoyed that those people (in the building) like Charlie more than him, but Charlie interprets Mac's statement "those people" to mean all African Americans, and says "maybe it's statements like that!"
Black. When Terrell comes in, all three guys start talking all at once, not sure of what to do. Dee feels very uncomfortable, and Mac comes out and says "We weren't expecting you to be black, that's all...".
Speakers. Dee and Charlie grab two speakers that fall off the back of a truck, only to find out the speakers are filled with cocaine.
|As of of the end of the second season, which member of the cast was married to the actress who plays the waitress from the coffee shop in real life?||It's Always Sunny... seriously.
Charlie Day. Despite her constantly shooting Charlie down, Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis (the waitress) were married in 2006 and are still married as of this quiz- (July, 2008).
Centaur. Charlie believes he was a centaur in a past life because of his deep connection to a horse.
The Aluminum Monster. Fatty McGoo was the nickname of another girl in Dee's high school, Rickety Cricket was Matthew Mara's nickname, and Wussy Hands is a variation of the nickname that the mob gave to Mac.
Biz-Markie. Dennis and Dee were jamming "Just a Friend" by Biz-Markie... and loving every minute of it.
Larry. Larry the bum was Frank's "horse" for the dance marathon after Frank dropped out.
|What is the alias that Dennis comes up with for Charlie, when he and Mac are entering him into the underground fight tournament?||It's Always Sunny... seriously.
Clown Baby. "Hundred Dollar Baby" was the name of the episode. Baby Boomer and Funny Baby are names we came up with to mess with you.
"It's like a baby that IS a clown."
Frank. Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) did not appear until the first episode of the second season, when he came to tell the gang that he was getting divorced.
Day Man. The song "Day Man" is referenced in many later episodes, and eventually Charlie turns his song into a musical.
Greenman. The "Invincible" episode is the first time we meet Greenman, but he appears in later episodes as well.
Dennis, Mac, Dee. Dee ends up with a broken foot, while Frank and Charlie tail gate, trip out on acid, and hang out with the McPoyles.
in jail. When Mac's dad finally gets out of prison the first time, Mac ends up sending him back. His dad is later released again, and decides to leave the country.
Fatty McGoo. This question is from the episode "Fatty McGoo vs. the Aluminum Monster" (Dee). The gang ends up opening a sweat shop in the basement of Paddy's Pub!
Barbara. He tells his estranged wife in one episode, "Your turkey neck is looking exceptionally well!" In later episodes, Barbara dies during a botched plastic surgery.
Dee, Dennis, Charlie. Poor Mac decides to go stag, until Dennis and Dee's dates dump each of them for each other and Charlie is the only one who ends up going to the prom.
Dennis. Dennis runs for South Philadelphia zone two Comptroller, to try to solicit a bribe by dropping out of race. The position of campaign manager passes from Mac, to Frank, to Charlie!
coaching youth basketball. It is complete madness as Dee and Mac coach the Ducks and Dennis coaches the WildCats. By the end of the episode, all three are reassigned to roadside cleanup!
Charlie. Dee and Mac are in the car with Dennis. When Frank pops up out of nowhere and surprises Dennis, Dennis then backs his car up, hitting poor Charlie.
M. Night Shyamalan. Of course when Dee originally told the gang, she told them she had a major part when in fact she was only an extra that was dead on the floor with about 50 other extras.
Charlie. In Charlie's commercial for kitten mitten, his pitch line was "Does your cat make too much noise?"
|When trying to get Paddy's Pub recognized by the city as a historical landmark, what historical moment did the gang claim the pub was involved with?||I'd Rather Be In Philadelphia...
The cracking of the Liberty Bell. The whole story culminated with the bell just being dropped when a horse ran by the people unloading the bell.
|After being called the worst bar in Philadelphia in a review of Paddy's Pub, what did the gang do to try and change this perception?||I'd Rather Be In Philadelphia...
Kidnapped the writer and forced him to write a good review. As most things that involve Charlie's good intentions, it went horribly wrong when he just wanted the talk to the reviewer, panicked, and kidnapped the man instead.