Dennis and Dee's Nazi grandfather is wasting away in a hospital, and it's their choice whether to pull the plug or not. Meanwhile, Charlie and Mac go crazy trying to find a dog painting they think has a lot of value.

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After the gang gets a visit by the attorney, Frank, Dee, and Dennis all have to decide on what to do with their grandpa. On either pulling his life support plug or leaving it in. While at the same time feuds arise between the gang involving pop-pop, Dee and Dennis's mom, and Franks dementia. Written by James Hake

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Charlie's timeline for when he got the dog painting is perfectly plausible. He claims he got the dog painting in S1E6 "The Gang Finds a Dead Guy" which is believable because it does not show up in his apartment before then. There is also a flashback to S2E8 "The Gang Runs for Office" showing that he had it at that point. See more »

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When Charlie is sitting in the dentist's chair, Mac picks up a pair of dental extraction forceps. The type of forceps he is holding changes between shots. See more »

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References The Da Vinci Code (2006) See more »

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Temptation Sensation (Main Title)
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A 'curate's egg' episode but still classic.
15 October 2012 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This TV Series has never ceased to entertain me. Some might say that the series was withering. In my opinion I think it evolved. It evolved while keeping the proper ingredients to make an outstanding comedy in its own genre. Though I might say that the series lost a bit of its DIY aspect throughout the years. I found the aforementioned ingredients in this season premiere : a still screaming-around Charlie eating month-old rancid soup, Mac always trying to be the 'muscles' in the gang, Frank always finding himself in droll situations like being stuck head first in a trunk. I haven't particularly found Dennis and Dee brilliant in this episode. But I'm dying to see the following episodes of this season. I was quite excited when I saw Rickety Cricket (I had the same expression as Charlie and Mac when I saw him : Heyyyyyy-ooooo, admit it, you've said it Mac style) and 'The Lawyer' starring. I think it's the first time an episode is 'kind of' based on something that occurred in previous seasons (Pop-pop being a Nazi). It's risky, and may end up with a loss in terms of audience. But don't worry It's Always Sunny in Philly, seeing Charlie slobbering like in the good old days when he was on steroids deeply entertained me. All in all, I guess Charlie made my Day. No pun intended.


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