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As Poppy weighs a difficult decision, Ian whisks her away on a mysterious road trip.

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Pete Chatmon

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Megan Ganz, Charlie Day (created by) | 8 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Rob McElhenney ... Ian
Ashly Burch ... Rachel
Jessie Ennis ... Jo
Imani Hakim ... Dana
David Hornsby ... David
Charlotte Nicdao ... Poppy
Danny Pudi ... Brad
F. Murray Abraham ... C.W. Longbottom
Elisha Henig ... Pootie Shoe
Craig Mazin ... Lou
John DiMaggio ... Dan Williams
Alanna Ubach ... Shannon
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As Poppy weighs a difficult decision, Ian whisks her away on a mysterious road trip.

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Ian introduces a $2 bill in an attempt to give to Pootie. US $2 bills are actually still in circulation, they are not too rare, just uncommon. See more »

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Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Written by Bobby Dall, C.C. DeVille, Bret Michaels, Rikki Rockett
Performed by Poison
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Good episode, some problems
25 May 2020 | by arneshsenguptaSee all my reviews

I said this in my main series review too but Rachel need to go. By far the most disinteresting and unlikeable character in the series and every time the plot switches to her it the pace is lost and so is my interest. Dana has been great for the last few episodes as the streamer and still wasn't bad but the conflict at the end felt a little forced, not too much of a problem though.

I love Brad and Jo, Brad has been consistently interesting and funny throughout and Jo has been super funny the last few episodes, this one was no exception. The two together are very funny too. David has been increasingly funny the last couple of episodes too, a very Toby from the Office vibe.

The main plot with Ian and Poppy was fine, not too interesting, and the twist was okay. Interesting enough to hold your attention and the actors do well but the conflict doesn't feel too pressing or interesting. Still, it's definitely very watchable and there are many great performances. Megan Ganz's writing is great this episode. Even previously annoying CW has a funny moment.

In summary, plot could have been a bit more interesting but a good episode nonetheless.


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7 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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