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Charlie Wants an Abortion 

In this take on the abortion debate Dennis and Mac go to opposite sides of an abortion rally to pick up women while Charlie deals with an unruly kid he believes to be his son.

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In this take on the abortion debate Dennis and Mac go to opposite sides of an abortion rally to pick up women while Charlie deals with an unruly kid he believes to be his son.

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Trivia

Heather Donahue, who plays Stacy Corvelli in this episode, is perhaps best known for playing herself in the 1999 movie The Blair Witch Project, which was thought by some to have been a true story of three lost student filmmakers documenting a witch. This is the final episode of the series to air on a Thursday at 10:30 pm before FX moved it to a new time slot. See more »

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At the protest when the woman next to Dee pulls the egg carton from her purse, the hinge is facing her, yet the next angle shows her opening the carton with the hinge facing away. See more »

Quotes

Dee Reynolds: Charlie, what in the hell are you gonna do if this kid's yours?
Charlie Kelly: Oh, I don't know, I'll probably, uh, kill myself.
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References The Passion of the Christ (2004) See more »

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Music by Heinz Kiessling
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Charlie Jr.
13 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

IASIP never shies away from controversial topics and this is no exception. It takes a nuanced show to take on the topic of abortion but Always Sunny pulls it off perfectly in this episode. The gang's duality on the topic of abortion is mostly due to their current situation, such as Mac, and shows how people throw their convictions out the window as soon as they are put to the test.


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