This is the moment Dennis has waited for, to reveal his ruse and how well he'd worn LeFevre's skin in front of as many people as possible - that he'd gotten away with it. Mac, half the employees in this building have been made up. Charlie: Can we talk shrimp for a minute. The man does not exist, okay? Dennis: What the hell are you talking about? You are dancing with the entire McPoyle Family. Dennis: No no, see I don't think you'd be a bear either. Dennis: I asked him for a movie recommendation, okay? And it's certainly true that - on a surface level - the same has happened with It's Always Sunny characters: Frank has grown infinitely more depraved, Charlie is progressively dumber and more illiterate, Dennis' sociopathy seems to increase every season, Mac's self-delusions grow and grow, and Sweet Dee's patheticness and rage have steadily increased. Did you bring your gun today? Later in the episode, Charlie mentions one of his sisters while in the car with the McPoyle brothers, however, no further references are made to them in any following episodes.
Dennis: It's not dark, you're misunderstanding me, bro. Did you bang my wife? When the phone rings, he answers it, but it's Johnson, the actual occupant of the office, who's calling in to check his voice mail. Knowing he would be unable to literally take his skin, Dennis did the next best thing: take Brian LeFevre's actual life itself. Right now we gotta get into this Waitress situation. Charlie is sorting the mail by his perception of how important it is—but he admits most of it gets burned. While his mind tries to repress this event, Dennis would be off - less able to control himself.
So what did I do? Beware of drug use in episode. Mac: Frank, What the hell are you doing? Christie: You've also been gossiping with me for the last twenty minutes. To the frat boys What's your major dude? Dee and Dennis join a health club, so they can get in shape. It's very important, it's inherent, there is nothing I can do about it. It's all they're talking about up there. Can we talk about the mail, please, Mac? Not since that chinaman stole my kidney. The man does not exist, okay? As he goes over to another table, Dennis and Sweet Dee are mortified, while Barbara is just annoyed.
The alley outside the apartment is crowded with dozens of meowing stray cats after dark, likely the result of Frank and Charlie's nightly consumption of canned followed by a can of beer and a huff of glue fumes to get to sleep. Even if you get into the details of LeFevre's death, Dennis is still easily implicated: all we know is that he was stabbed by a crackhead in the alley behind Paddy's. However, he quickly came to love Charlie's life of squalid misery and the two now share virtually everything - from a rusty coffee can used as a toilet to cardboard boxes full of pennies, which millionaire Frank keeps for unspecified purposes. What helps this theory fit even better is that the Gang as they are wont to do very distinctly never remembers him or any misdeeds they may have committed against him although he certainly remembers them - from his waiting days, at least : He's gone from a management gig at a corporation to being regularly abused and threatened with hot plates of spaghetti at a restaurant - all thanks to the Gang. Every day, Pepe's mail is getting sent back to me.
Where the hell did he go? Sweet Dee and Dennis dish out insults, Charlie and Mac do whatever Charlie and Mac do together. She's been nothing but trouble for us. So speed is a must. She would never say 'no', because of the implication. Otherwise, he's never going to get it and he's going to keep coming back down here.
There's not a single goddamn desk in that office! Like DeVito's Martini, this Martini sits perched on the back of his chair, and he is playing a card game with no regards to the rules. A tall man in a top hat and trenchcoat is seen standing next to Charlie, but Mac says he can't see him either, and then Charlie looks again and he's gone. Charlie may be suffering from delusions namely his invisible informant, Barney , but he does genuinely seem to believe Pepe's name is on most of the mail: Pepe Silvia - this name keeps comin' up over and over again. They partner in many schemes and were even briefly domestic partners in Season Six. I almost called the police. You don't even know what Cha.
The end result of such non-stop ingestion of mind-altering substances should be. Between the yelling and Frank's incessant whip-cracking, you'll have to suspend your disbelief quite a bit here. Goddammit, dude, I am having a panic attack. In the season three premiere, Charlie's mother reveals that he was the survivor of a failed. Dennis: Speed has everything to do with it. Dennis: Well dude, think about it. I got boxes full of Pepe! Did you bang my whore wife? And this is a big deal to me, as well.
The others seem genuinely surprised you have to pay to stay in the hospital. The beauty contest's opening song-and-dance number is packed with genuine, cheesy greatness, most notably , but the whole episode takes constant shots at the concept of the child beauty pageant, and they all land. Mac: Yeah, but I thought we had a deal. Overall, he seems to be the least morally bankrupt member of the Gang. Every day Pepe's mail is getting sent back to me.