Sunny capped what's been a terrific season with the natural climax of Dee giving birth, an episode that threatened to maybe get a little too gooey at the end and then pulled back masterfully, not turning the whole think into a twisted joke but letting the gang realize the limit of their powers and for once not be mad about it. I'm sure there'll be fans out there who think Rob McElhenny has gone a little soft in marrying and knocking up Kaitlin Olson and producing a child Axel , and some of this season's episodes have felt less dark, maybe. But we still have Rickety Cricket lighting up a crack pipe in a hospital waiting room and Dee being revealed as a manipulative mastermind who makes men with low self-esteem have sex with her. So I'm happy to have a nice little photo of Axel the baby at the end of the episode, as long as there are bridge people in Sunny 's future. I shouldn't have worried and remembered who we were dealing with here.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (season 3) - Wikipedia
No score yet. Play Sound. Please enter your birth date to watch this video:. January February March April May June July August September October November December 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Enter.
Dee Gives Birth
It's called Nightman. Skip all the raping parts and get on the stage. Sweet Dee starts to date someone who Dennis tells her has special needs and as the episode continues, Dee starts to believe him. The representation of a "retarded" person, as the gang so sensitively phrases it, and Dee's lack of a moral compass makes this one of the most offensive episodes of It's Always Sunny. There is never a second thought about the right language to use when addressing the situation or as to whether or not judging someone on a mental illness that affects their day to day life is a bit morally ambiguous.
In retrospect, it's hard to believe the gang hasn't formed a band before now. When you're talking style over substance, you're talking rock and roll. And isn't that the whole Sunny premise? Surprisingly enough, three out of the four potential rockers seem to have some musical ability: Dennis has the DeYoung vibrato, Charlie "gets" keyboards and fancies himself a Dylanesque poet, and Mac at least knows how to form a power chord.