Happy Thursday TV fans! After watching the FXX network’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 13 episode 6 last night, I realized that the gang has a solution for pretty much everything and they will ensure they thoroughly cover all angles to get it right. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “The Gang Solves the Bathroom Problem,” the gang is excited to go to a Jimmy Buffett concert, but they have to handle an important debate before they can get back to “island time.” Meanwhile, Charlie shows off his surprising fashion skills, Frank proves that screams are better than music, and poor Dee is ignored once again. My top 5 moments from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 13 episode 6 are:
“Were you in the women’s bathroom?”
The gang is ready to go to the Jimmy Buffett concert, but they have to hit pause when Dee asks Mac why he was in the women’s bathroom. Mac explains that he feels more comfortable in there because he is gay and is ready to initiate a thorough debate if needed. Before we get there, Mac overacts when Dee begins to question him and tries to strangle her, yelling out, “Maybe I’ll choke you out!” Poor Dee. Mac is the first one to take the floor on the argument and explains that, “A, we both like dudes and B, we both find women’s bodies disgusting so no hanky panky.” Seems like it is case closed, but Dee gets up and reminds everyone that “A, not all women like dudes and B, I find you disgusting.” And so our debate begins.
“The dress ties the whole look together.”
After Mac mistakes Dee for being in the stall next to him with “pink heels,” Dee says that she doesn’t even own a pair. Charlie steps up and says that he can explain it all. We learn that Charlie has also been using the women’s bathroom and he wears a pair of pink heels so he doesn’t look suspicious. Only Mac peeks over the top of the stall and discovers that Charlie is also wearing a wig and a dress to match. Charlie tries to explain that he has been doing this since he was little and that “it’s not that weird.” The gang responds with “it’s so weird,” but Charlie is not about to abandon his bathroom ensemble just yet.
“It’s mostly dicks.”
The gang makes the decision to take away gender from the bathrooms and they decide to make clear signs to indicate this. This becomes very confusing, as the initial sign has Charlie thinking that there is a “starfish throwing a rock,” which we learn is actually a baby. Mac thinks he will have better luck and ends up spending several hours on the laptop watching porn and comes up with a sign mostly full of dicks. Frank then tries to take a stab at it and brings religion into it. Dee suggests that they just put up toilet signs and decides she is going to use the men’s former bathroom, but suddenly the men don’t want her in there either. Dee says, “You can’t take away my right to choose,” and the debate goes off topic as Dennis predicted.
“Have you ever read the constitution?”
The gang tries out designating one bathroom for #1 and the other for #2, but the gang thinks this might be a problem. They try using scented candles in #2 and Frank suggests using the sound of screams rather than music for background noise. Dennis and Charlie are not really sure about this, but when they enter the bathroom and hear the screaming, they think that they might be on to something. This part had me crying from laughing so hard. It reminded me of what you hear when you go through a haunted house, but somehow it worked. We also quickly discover that Frank keeps a gun with him at all times in the bathroom and the constitution is brought up once again, which leads to everyone actually taking a moment to start reading it. You can’t say that It’s Always Sunny hasn’t taught you anything.
“In there we’re all the same…”
After much debate, the gang finally realizes that they are all the same in the bathroom and Dee tries to shed some light on everything and has an insightful thought when she suggests, “Why don’t we focus on treating other people the way we want to be treated?” I’m with you Dee! Charlie seems like he is really thinking it over, but then says, “Dee, we were just talking” and Mac hilariously adds in, “Yea shut the f*ck up!” Poor Dee! Well at least the gang will get to enjoy the Jimmy Buffett concert after all. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia below in the comments section. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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