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Chardee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo 

The foursome demonstrate Chardee MacDennis for an interested board game executive.

Director:

Heath Cullens

Writers:

Rob McElhenney (developed by), Glenn Howerton (developed by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Charlie Day ... Charlie Kelly
Glenn Howerton ... Dennis Reynolds
Rob McElhenney ... Mac
Kaitlin Olson ... Dee Reynolds
Danny DeVito ... Frank Reynolds
Mary Elizabeth Ellis ... Waitress
Andy Buckley ... Andy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Holtzer Daniel Holtzer ... Danielle
Andrew McKeough ... Elijah
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The foursome demonstrate Chardee MacDennis for an interested board game executive.

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Comedy

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Trivia

Mac is wearing the same Detriot shirt he wore in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: CharDee MacDennis: The Game of Games (2011). See more »

Goofs

When Dee points to a location on the globe, the North and South American continents are clearly on the opposite side of where she landed, yet Philadelphia is chosen. See more »

Quotes

Charlie Kelly: [about Mac's phallic clay design] Love?
Mac: Yeah because I was making Cupid's arrow, dude.
Charlie Kelly: Why does it have a big vein running through it?
Mac: Because that's the streak as it flies through the air.
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Connections

Spoofs Saw (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Temptation Sensation (Main Title)
Music by Heinz Kiessling
Courtesy of Extreme Production Music
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Sunny is back, and (not surprisingly) just as good as before
7 January 2016 | by LGCMaizeSee all my reviews

There's a curse I've noticed throughout television that I like to call "The Curse of 7", which basically means that a good TV show can only last 7 seasons before it starts to dip in quality. From the early days of television (Twilight Zone, I Love Lucy) to modern classics (Breaking Bad, Arrested Development), it seems like all great shows stop before reaching their 8th season. And many shows that were once great seemed to turn bad towards it's 7th season (The Simpsons, The Office). However, some shows have broken this curse, and one of those is It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the story of 5 narcissistic, deranged, and possibly mentally insane "friends" who run Paddy's Pub, probably the worst bar in Philadelphia.

If you've seen basically any other episode of Sunny, then you probably get the gist of this episode: "The Gang" creates a scheme to get money which creates awkward social experiences, arguing, insanity, beer, and call backs to older episodes. Original? No. Hilarious? Of course!

The only real con I can find within the episode (as previously stated) is that it doesn't try anything new, which is understandable. Shows usually want to play it safe when it comes to premiere episodes. Doing what you know best usually creates a good final product. But this isn't a good final product: it's a fantastic final product.

The episode contains great acting, amazing writing, hilarious call backs, original situations (even in after over 100 episodes), and some pretty damn good and out-of-nowhere twists. I won't spoil them for you, because you just have to experience them. You'll also learn why the episode has "Electric Boogaloo" tagged at the end of it. As expected, it's hilarious.

It's Always Sunny recently won a People's Choice Award for best Cable TV Comedy (one of the few good choices the awards show made), and there's a reason for that, because Sunny is one of the funniest shows on TV.If you haven't seen Chardee Macdennis 2: Electric Boogaloo yet, I highly recommend you do. If you don't, that's probably alright because you've almost definitely already seen these plot points mentioned. And if there's one thing this episode proves, it's that It's Always Sunny hasn't lost it's stride, even after 11 years.


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6 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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