Happy Friday TV fans! After watching the FXX network’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 14 episode 2, all you really need to remember is “No hesitation. No surrender. No man left behind!” Well, unless you are Charlie and you think that perhaps you really did leave someone behind. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet.
In Wednesday night’s episode, “Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool,” the gang is selected for a focus group, as they prepare to view a new movie coming out. Initially the gang seems skeptical, but once they see the title…all bets are off. My top 5 moments from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 14 episode 2 are:
“You’ve chosen wisely.”
In the beginning of the episode, the gang sits down for a movie screening, as they have been randomly selected to take part in a focus group. The gang is ready to rip the movie apart…that is until the title comes up: “Thunder Gun 4: Maximum Cool.”
Fans of the show will remember season 7, episode 11 (Thunder Gun Express), as the gang hilariously tries to make it to the showing of the greatest movie ever, dealing with a lot of obstacles along the way. It’s safe to say that the gang is beyond excited to watch this, but they do have high expectations for the movie.
“Oh I think she sucks.”
After all the hype, the gang is somewhat confused by the new Thunder Gun movie and they ask, “Did they make Thunder Gun bad?” The leader of the focus group does her best to go over the changes and the plot to get some answers out of the gang, but she has no idea what she is in for.
She looks to Dee, hoping to really get a female’s perspective, but Dee is not a fan of the strong female character approach, explaining that they should really just “bed em and dead em” so that she has no competition.
“The gratuitous nudity was a bit much.”
“F*ck you!” I’m seriously still laughing over that response from Charlie, who is not pleased with this observation. The gang seems to be most focused on the fact that there is “no dong” throughout the movie, explaining that it is really a trademark.
Dolph Lundgren hilariously plays “John Thundergun” in the film they are watching, which really made this so much more entertaining, but the gang almost loses it when they find out that the movie will be rated…PG-13.
“Save the dong…”
The gang decides to begin chanting “save the dong” to really get their point across, but Dee messes up the rhythm. Come on, Dee! Charlie consistently has no idea what is going on and it looks like the leader of the focus group is losing her patience with the gang, especially when they cannot grasp the concept of “passing the torch,” which includes John Thundergun literally passing a torch to his son to carry out the legacy.
“I am Thunder Gun.”
The gang decides that it is up to them to destroy it since the movie is such a disaster and they leak the film online before the release. The mission is a success, as the movie is ultimately pulled, which leaves room for a better “Thunder Gun” movie to release in the future.
Overall, I thought this was a fun episode, especially since I really enjoyed the “Thunder Gun Express” episode back in season 7. Dolph Lundgren fit in perfectly and really stole the show!
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 GirlFollow @TV_Fanatic_Girl
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